Lighting is an obvious necessity that is found in every home, building, automobile, and street in America. Without a doubt, we need light and electricity to power our every-day lives, but very few of us know or understand how to work with and maintain lighting or lighting fixtures. The good news is that Sarig Electrical’s team of professionals is here to help your every lighting and electrical need. Light up your life by using Sarig Electrical!
What is recessed lighting?
Recessed lighting is a popular option for modern homes or businesses if you have been playing with the idea of upgrading or changing your current lighting system. The use of recessed lighting in your building will give the room(s) a romantic, luxurious atmosphere without adding to the spacial clutter in the way that a lamp would. Recessed lighting is also a popular choice for installation in pools, hot tubs, and Jacuzzis.
Commonly referred to as a down light or a pot light, recessed lighting is usually installed in the ceiling and projects spotlights downwards to illuminate a room. Recessed lighting usually has two components: the rim, which is a visible portion of material surrounding the light, and the housing, which is the fixture that houses the light.
What are the Types of Recessed Lighting Housing?
Depending on what you are using recessed lighting for, different housings are used to protect the lightbulb from a variety of hazardous and flammable materials. Less than quality-recessed lighting is often a major fire hazard when left unchecked, which is why it is important to familiarize yourself with the different types of recessed light housing:
Recessed lighting housings are available in many shapes and sizes, the most common being 4 inch, 5 inch, and 6 inch diameters.
Here a List of Recessed lights Trim Styles
The second defining characteristic of recessed lighting is the trim. The trim absorbs excess heat and any additional light that your housing produces, in addition to presenting an aesthetic of your choice. The most common trim styles for recessed lighting are as follows:
Curious or unsure about a style of trim? Feel free to consult Sarig Electrical’s trained technicians about your recessed lighting system.
What to Consider When Hiring Recessed light Electrician?
Service Area for recessed lights
Los Angeles County, Ventura County, Orange County, Sherman Oaks, Woodland Hills, Calabasas, Burbank and Studio City. Keeping the lights on for commercial, residential and businesses across the San Fernando Valley.