5. I Don’t Like The Look of My Current Recessed Lights; What Can I do?
Many recessed lights have interchangeable trim pieces (the part of the light you can see). That means we can change the whole look of the recessed light, just by changing the trim piece. This is a great option in rooms with cheap trims that have started to yellow.
6. One Recessed Light Keeps Burning Out; What Can I Do?
Get the light checked out. There is probably a loose wire or connection that is reducing the bulb life. Also, we find that using 130v lamps over the regular 120v lamps help.
7. I’ve Replaced The Bulb But The Light is Still Out; What Now?
The light needs to be checked out. Regular recessed lights contain thermal sensors that can go bad and shut off the light. Low Voltage type recessed lights contain transformers that can go bad over time. Also, we find that many low voltage lights have damaged or corroded sockets.
3. What Type of Lights Should I Get?
Recessed lights come in several types and sizes. We install 6″, 5″, 4″, 3″ and even 2″ recessed lights. 6″ recessed lights are the most common type and are great for kitchens, hallways, and sitting rooms. 4″ lights are great for theaters, bar areas, small kitchens, and fireplaces. 3″ lights are great for dramatic lighting around artwork, arches, curtains, and cabinets. 2″ recessed lights are great for showcases, cabinets, nooks, and arches. Call us and we will schedule a lighting consultation with an expert who can answer all your questions and help you make a great decision.