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Are you still using old incandescent lighting? The certified technicians at Electrician Network can help you make the switch from the use of incandescent lighting to the use of LED lighting. This is a great way to upgrade the lighting in your home. LED lighting is a highly energy-efficient lighting technology. It uses 75% less energy, and lasts 25 times longer than incandescent lighting. This can equal substantial money savings throughout the year.
When you next consider installing or updating the lighting in your home or business, give us a call and you’ll discover all the advantages of hiring a professional electrician for your home or business Normandy Shores lighting needs.
Old lighting can also cost you money and make your home less eco-friendly. Ask about our LED retrofit services, and push your home into a greener and brighter future.
General ceiling lights are great for small rooms because typically, one light can light the entire room with ease. This avoids clutter on the ceiling. However, if the ceilings are low, you may stick with recessed lights to keep the room as open as possible.
If a ceiling fan isn’t needed though, you can also opt to install track lighting. They’re convenient, offer tons of light, and can also be moved to showcase different areas of the room in case you have a reading nook or work of art you want to showcase.
General ceiling lights and recessed lights are two of the most common lighting options in every home. Whether you are building a home or moving in and wanting to change the lighting around, you are probably looking at these two options for lighting your home.
That said, you must be able to tell the difference before you can decide which you would prefer.
General ceiling lights
Use incandescent and fluorescent lightbulbs
Wide range of styles, shapes, and colors to add style to the room
Provide sufficient amounts of light
Lights the room with a minimalistic approach
Seamless visual appeal
Great for rooms with low ceilings
Less voltage used