ABR Electric Collin County

McKinney TX, Allen TX, Frisco TX, Anna TX

Recessed Lighting Installs

Recessed Lighting Installs

When choosing your recessed lighting take into consideration what existing light you will have in the room you want to bring that illumination to.. Are you planning on using recessed lighting as the majority of your light source?

 Kitchens, bathrooms, and other high use areas will require more light and more fixtures. The height of your ceiling will also determine how far apart your recessed cans should be. The guideline below can give you an indication of how many fixtures you may need.

8 foot ceilings: 3 feet apart

10 foot ceilings: 4 feet apart

12 foot ceilings: 5 feet apart

It’s not difficult to see why recessed lighting can transform a room with a simple fixture tucked away neatly at the top of one’s ceiling. Strategically placed lighting can vastly improve the overall presence of a room.

Why Recessed Lighting?

Recessed Lighting has a variety of uses and can provide lighting in places where a simple fixture or lamp cannot. Recessed Lighting is sort of a minimalist approach to illuminating a room.

With recessed lighting you don’t need many fixtures

  • Recessed lighting
  • Under cabinet task lighting
  • Chandelier installations and rewiring
  • Closet lighting
  • Exterior motion lighting
  • Landscape lighting
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Front Yard Post Lighting
  • Parking Lot Lighting
  • LED retrofits
  • Fixture replacement