If you are currently remodeling your kitchen or bathroom, recessed lighting may be key in both the function and style of the space.
Recessed lighting offers a clean look to your home—eliminating the need for floor or table lights. Recessed lighting can open up spaces making rooms appear larger.
Recessed lighting can also be adjustable to aim light at a piece of artwork or for accent lighting.
You can even choose recessed reflectors to get the most light from a fixture or you can install with or black trims to focus and direct light or reduce glare.
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Get creative, if you install recessed lighting under kitchen cabinets you can focus and direct light on countertops.
If you have concrete or ornate plaster ceilings recessed lighting may not be compatible, in these spaces choose a chandelier or wall sconces.
“You can pretty much put recessed lighting anywhere as long as the ceiling is deep enough. If you have a shallow ceiling you may not be able to install recessed lighting,” Judd Boykin of Valencia Electric said.
Since 2004 Valencia Electric has been serving the Santa Clarita Valley and offers a range of services including recessed and fluorescent lighting at a reasonable cost.
For more information on Valencia Electric, visit valencia-electric.com or call (661) 702-0909.