Can lighting is merely recessed lighting fixed to the ceiling joists of the home. It provides lighting where you can’t necessarily place overhead lamps or track lighting. These lighting fixtures are great for living room ceilings, gap lighting in kitchens, and basement ceilings.
This type of lighting is secured between ceiling joists with a screws or nails. A skilled electrician can hard wire the unit to a rotary dimmer or household switch. Once the light is powered, the next important step is to make sure the drywall fits flush around it. If done correctly, only a fraction of the bulb will be visible to the naked eye.
Can lighting is primarily used for illuminating paintings, fireplaces, and flower arrangements. These lights come in two different styles: Insulated ceiling type or non-insulated type.
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