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Recessed Lighting

Recessed lighting is a trend that has become popular with interior designers over the last decade or so. It is different from other kinds of lighting fixtures such as chandeliers, pendants or flush mount lamps which are visible by design because recessed lighting does not have visible fixtures. It is also known as pot lighting or can lighting. Recessed lighting allows the lights to be fixed into the ceiling between ceiling joists or hollow spaces. They are higher than other lighting fixtures, so the light can reach more area and illuminate the entire room.

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This type of lighting is high in demand these days because it opens up the room since there is more space where a hanging light would have been installed. Recessed lightning often requires two or three lighting fixtures to be connected at different angles to create an ambiance in the room.

It is an extremely versatile option as you can combine it with other lighting options in the room to create a layered look. However, it is also easy to do it poorly if you don't hire a professional. BK electricians are fully qualified professionals who can explain to you how to plan for recessed lighting.

Our team member can figure out if recessed lighting is a suitable option for your house since it cannot be installed near flammable insulation material. He can access what type of insulation is present and what kind of housing recessed is best for your needs. Currently, there are four kinds of housing including IC rated-new, IC rated model, Non-IC rated new and non-IC rated remodel. The type of housing you will need comes down to whether you are building a new house or renovating an existing one and if the insulation material is in direct contact with the house.

BK Electric Services are experts in installing recessed lighting in commercial and residential settings. Common spaces where recessed lighting is frequently used include closets, kitchens, cupboards and living rooms. Recessed lighting adds a touch of sophistication to your rooms by introducing depth and ambiance without having to spend a fortune.