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Before purchasing any light components, its necessary to know your home and its interior design to give it a perfect touch. In order to make your interior look more spacious and at the same time get ample of light, recessed lighting is the best option to be installed. Our company assures you with an assorted range of recessed lights.

Recessed Lighting is a highly functional lighting solution that solves several lighting needs and gives a new life to your space and even visually tricks the eye by making spaces look larger than they appear. This lighting offers a clean streamlined look in a home and highlights artwork and enhances the beauty of it.

Recessed lighting is done using recessed light also known as down light, which is a light fixture that is installed into a hollow opening in a ceiling without creating any cracks in it. When installed it appears to have light shining from a hole in the ceiling. It consists two parts the trim and housing. Recessed lighting Trim is the visible portion of the light that is insert when seen looking at the fixture includes the thin lining edge around the light. They are used to absorb extra light and create crisp architectural appearance. Most popularly recessed lighting trim are found with standard baffle in black or white. Varieties of trims are available such as cone, adjustable, multipliers, lens, wall-washer trims etc. Housing is the fixture itself that is installed inside the ceiling and contains the lamp holder.

Installing recessed lighting is very easy and not time taking. We just have to follow a simple and common rule that 4-inch fixtures should generally be placed at least 4 feet apart and 6-inch fixtures about 6 feet apart so as to avoid them look clumsy. When selecting or installing recessed lighting, several types of fixtures and bulbs can be used according to your requirements like Incandescent, "R" bulbs, Halogen bulbs, Low voltage halogen bulbs, LED etc.More about :- http://www.vgklighting.com/

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About Ilyana Smith Committed   Electronics

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Scott Morrison Senior  Entrepreneur
Interesting reading, I love the look of recessed lighting. Shared on twitter.
May 17th 2013 13:14   
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