Recessed Lighting

Recessed Lighting

Recessed Lighting – Can Lights – Pot Lights

Recessed lighting is a great way to make your home feel warm and inviting.

By installing recessed cans, you can update your home and give it a fresh feel, a new look that will keep your friends and family talking every time they come over.

Recessed lighting can make rooms feel more spacious and at the same time give you more light, where you need it most.

You can highlight work areas, art, furniture and showcase interior architecture.

There are many choices and sizes of recessed lighting, from incandescent, fluorescent, LED and low-voltage. The choices can be quite confusing: what type should I use? Where should they be installed? How many should I get?

So many questions and they are all important. In Charge Electric can assist you in making the right decisions when it comes to recessed lighting. Our master and journeyman electricians have been trained in residential, commercial lighting installations and design.

Indoor lighting is a key part of interior design and depending on who installs your recessed fixtures could make the difference between your home being warm and inviting or looking like a disaster.

What should be considered?

  • Fixture placement
  • Having light where you need it most
  • Installations to be installed correctly and in straight lines
  • Quality of the light being emitted
  • Safe installation done to code or exceeding code

Good fixture placement should be taken just as serious as installation of the wiring and electrical components themselves.  Recessed fixtures should only be handled by the pros.  We have done thousands of installations of recessed cans lighting fixtures.

I was told in the past that I couldn’t get recessed lighting!

If you have had an electrician in the past tell you that you couldn’t get recessed lighting installed, then give us a call for a second opinion. Technology has changed and there are ways to install recessed lighting in places where you couldn’t before. Also, some electricians don’t want to crawl in attics and they tell customers it’s not possible.

Now there are some rules we have to follow when it comes to recessed lighting and there are some places that we are not allowed to install it. An example would be in a closet directly above the shelf where your cloths would be close to the lighting.

Save Money with LED

If you already have recessed lighting, we can save you money on your electric bill by installing LED lighting used in conjunction with low-voltage dimmer switches. This will also create a fresh and more elegant ambience in your home.

Please call In Charge Electric today for your next lighting project at (352) 350-7878 or please request service from our contact page.

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