Lighting. Monday , April 24th , 2017 - 00:19:32 AM
Recessed lighting fixtures have three parts - the housing, the trim and a bulb. Each part is needed to complete the fixture. When you first select products, you can shop either by the housing style or by the trim. After choosing a product, such as a specific housing, you will need to scan further down the product detail page to see the compatible trims that will work with the housing you selected. Remember to make sure the housing and trim are compatible and from the same manufacturer. Then, select the type of lighting you need, such as line voltage, low voltage (with a transformer) or fluorescent. Make sure you are purchasing both a housing and a trim piece as you will need both to have a complete fixture.
Normally landscape lighting is added after the landscaping has been completed. With this in mind it would be a good idea to lay conduits or ducts into your garden. This would minimize any trench digging when it came time to run your low voltage wiring. Map out where you think you will want your light fittings and lay conduits or ducts to suit.
Chandeliers have made a resurgence lately , the ever-increasing array of chandelier designs, finishes and styles have increased its popularity, which now includes such types as elegant crystal chandeliers for the dining room. traditional brass chandeliers with candlestick lights, rustic antler chandeliers with leather shades, minimalist chandeliers and many others. These types of lighting fixtures may be purchased from lighting shops; chandelier dealers and specialists, antique shops; second-hand shops; specialty stores and even in neighborhood garage sales and junkyards
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