Eugenia Ayala Outdoor September 07th, 2018 - 02:18:57
Recessed lighting, fixtures, and trims. We will talk about the standard housings, as well as the LED, specific housings and show you the new products and give you some pointers on what to look out for. As you know, the 6-inch recessed housing has been the industry standard for years, but what the new LED technology the four-inch has taken over most applications for inch is more discreet in size and less obtrusive. From a design standpoint. The four-inch is much more, while providing exceptional lighting with over 500 trim options and LED modules, as well as for color temperatures of light.
We have something that will fit your project designed and energy savings requirements. In addition, with our fast turnaround, we can meet your production schedule and ensure it's under budget and on time, this video is broken into the following sections. We hope it helps and provides you an understanding of the product types and how they are used. Remodel, housings and some big thing have happened to the standard housing - and we got this one over at the big home improvement store. This is a four-inch line voltage and you can see the socket down inside uses.
A screw base bulb nothing special. Now this one came from the home improvement stores, the one we sell a little bit different. Our socket is mounted on an adjustable plate which gives you control over the depth of your light bulb.
That's important. The one at the home improvement store is less expensive and not a surprise there because the sockets mounted up inside so you're gonna lose control and if you're, using an eyeball trim. You're gonna have to buy an adapter. But I wanted you to take a look at it and I wanted you to take a look at handle how they were handling their airtight issue when these are up in the ceiling and locked in place. These little foam rubber guys help block the air from leaving the housing and going up into your attic. So I just wanted to point that out that not everything is created equal and you kind of have to be aware. Unfortunately, a lot of people do buy on price.
That's their number one concern, but if you're building a home and these light fixtures are gonna be up inside or you're doing your remodel, they're gonna be up there a long time. You really want to make sure you're getting a quality light, so we're down to two more and they are different in how that manufacturer puts things together and how they deal with the airtight. These are really sealed in good, and this is our favorite light. This is one we try to keep in stock, pretty much all the time. The other interesting thing here is, unlike the one right next to it, this one's made out of aluminum.
So in a bathroom in the shower, those kind of areas are in high humidity. It's it's prone to. You know, never rust, it's aluminum, whereas this one is powder coated and it will get scratched up. We're going to talk about that in a second really important issue here and it could. It could start kind of corroding and rusting up in the ceiling.