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  • Writer's pictureSatia Samimi

Light Fixture Upgrade ideas and inspirations

Everything appears phenomenal once both the timing and lighting are just right. Similar to jewelry for a home, lighting may change a space's feel from formal to casual, draw attention to a particular feature or be subdued, and vary from room to room. But where to start when the possibilities seem boundless and each space can require a different fixture? Take inspiration from some of our existing homeowners and use these pointers to help you choose what's best for you.

Types of Light Fixtures

Track- Track lighting is a type of lighting fixture that has individual lights along a track, also called a bar or rail. The lights, known as track heads or track lighting fixtures, slide along the track. Adjust them to fit the angle and position you need. You can tailor your illumination to hit an exact spot or brighten a general area. An important part of choosing the best track lighting is finding the perfect color scheme.

Pendant-A pendant light, sometimes called a drop or suspender, is a lone light fixture that hangs from the ceiling usually suspended by a cord, chain, or metal rod. Pendant lights are often used in multiples, hung in a straight line over kitchen countertops and dinette sets or sometimes in bathrooms. Pendants come in a huge variety of sizes and vary in materials from metal to glass or concrete and plastic.

Chandelier-A chandelier is a fancy light fixture that is often ornate and hanging suspended in the middle of a formal space. Walk into a grand ballroom and see a light fixture adorned with sparkling crystals? That's a chandelier. Often used in most formal and luxury spaces

Recessed-Recessed lighting is installed directly inside a ceiling, wall, or other surface. Recessed fixtures are comprised of three main components, housing, trim, and bulb. Housing is the bulk of the fixture which is hidden within the wall or ceiling  and contains the electrical connections of the fixture. Trim is the decorative, visible portion of the fixture and may include baffles, reflectors or shades. The final component is the bulb, the part of the fixture that produces light.

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Light fixture repairs, replacements, and upgrades are often considered a very risky task which can put you and your family at danger. Our professionals would love to lend you a hand to help you prevent any risks while upgrading your home! Give us a call/ message to receive free estimates!

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