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Recessed Lighting

Recessed Lighting

Save overhead space in low clearance areas and focus light on a specific area using recessed lighting. They mount flush with the surface of your ceiling, and seamlessly blend into the surrounding space.

Limited Access Remodel

More compact than accessible ceiling light fixtures, use these limited access remodel fixtures when installing lights in a ceiling with little or no space above it. The light fixtures are supported by resting on the ceiling.

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Accessible New Construction

Secure these fixtures between joist beams or on hanger bars in new constructions with accessible ceilings. These are a good choice when you have accessible space above the ceiling for installation and are generally better supported than remodel housings.

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LED Retrofit

Update your existing incandescent or halogen fixtures to energy efficient LEDs. They install into existing light fixtures, making upgrading quick and easy. LEDs last longer and give off less heat than incandescent bulbs, which reduces energy draw and maintenance requirements.

Sloped Ceiling

The angled face of these fixtures create a seamless, low-profile appearance on sloped ceilings, and allow the beam of light to point down despite the fixture being at an angle.

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