Recessed lighting and updating
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I got an estimate from an electrician to add 6 recessed LED lights and to convert the 2 existing to LED, plus take care of some other very simple wiring. Now I might have paid $400, but OMG I am way to cheap for that.
Recessed lighting is ideal for kitchens, and it’s what you’ll find in most new homes."They are especially found in spec homes."In a room makeover, replacing the existing recessed lights used to be a costly and time-consuming venture because of the four- to six-inch gap created in the ceiling.Design solution: Stella uses conversion kits as a quick and easy solution when replacing recessed lighting in home redecorating projects.I installed sconce lighting to go with the recessed lighting in the ceiling.Since there is no natural light in the bathroom I used large flood lights above the sinks.If your kitchen ceiling is flat, it probably has one or more light fixtures mounted to it’s surface. It involves removing the old fixtures, installing the recessed lights, and repairing any ceiling damage left over from the old light fixtures.
If your home was built between the 1970’s and the 1990’s, you may have a soffit ceiling with a raised portion in the center.
The problem is those huge wattage flood lights is that they use a LOT of electricity and get really hot.
So when one of the bulbs blew this week, I knew I was going to upgrade to LEDs.
And I don’t have to feel guilty about it tearing me away from my kitchen remodel, because… I had no idea it was so easy to upgrade my old recessed lighting to LED, but it sure was.
(Read about the demo HERE) Right now I have 2 recessed lights and one (broken) flush mount in the kitchen.
Originally I was just going to buy LED bulbs, but at nearly /each I decided that for that price. They were 6 inch cans and had recessed black baffle style trim.