Ceiling Pot Lights Upgrades
Pot lights, also referred to as recessed lights, and are mostly installed on ceilings. We provide these facilities for residential houses as well as commercial buildings, having in our possession a wide range of light bulbs including halogens, incandescent or even LED lamps to provide illumination, we are able to supply you with fixtures that meet and satisfy your needs.
There are some important points that one should understand in order to make informed decisions on ceiling pot lights:
Your first option is New Construction, which should be used before putting in place the ceiling dry wall. This will also be a good option for a suspended ceiling, acoustic ceiling and drop ceiling. If the ceiling drywall has already been put in place, you should opt for Remodeling which will involve cutting a hole in the ceiling and pushing in the housing. A Sloped Ceiling will be your best choice for vaulted or sloped ceiling.
Concurrently, you should also consider using an IC-rated housing, where it will be physically attached to insulation; even so you can go for non-IC housing, where no such physical contact will exist. Some of the common options provided by us include:
- Air tight – minimizes heating and cooling costs
- Low Profile- works for small heights
- 277- Volt Input that are common in commercial lighting
Choosing among these may require some assistance by professionals in the field, and this we are. At Mr. Potlight, will be obliged to provide you with the best solutions. Our site has clear photos and illustrations of all of the aforementioned options for the convenience of our customers.
Trims are the visible parts in recessed lighting, coming in multiple different designs, colors and styles. You must ensure that you purchase trims which correspond to the existing or new housing. We provide adjustable trims by which you can point the light onto a given area like a wall hanging or an artifact. A reflector comes with a smooth and shiny cone that surrounds the light source; therefore, increasing illumination.
If you need to decorate your room with some particular lighting patterns, you should consider glass trims. We provide various other options including-
- Baffle- have minimized glare
- Pinhole- the opening is very narrow
- Wall wash- produces asymmetrical beam that “washes” all over the living space
- Shower-will suit moist places, for example, bathrooms
Sizes of pot lights
At Mr. Potlight, we have recessed lights available in different sizes, with most of them falling within the range of 2-6 inches. There are also miniature pot lights, but these are commonly used in illuminating the insides of cabinets and bookshelves among other areas.
Contact Mr. Potlight Now!
If you need to consult with a ceiling lighting specialist, we would be happy to assist you. Call us at 416-702-4401 or send your inquiry by email using contact form. If you have plans of installing ceiling pot lights today, we here at Mr. Potlight, are always ready to serve you with the best solutions possible. Every part of the process will be done professionally, with no damage to your ceiling and the house at large and in a very short time. Simply call us today and let us assist you in making informed decisions on ceiling pot lights Toronto.
Honestly, whatever kind you want. Depending on where you will be installing your pot-lights and whether you have the proper wiring, you can install a variety of pot-light shapes, sizes and light types.
Mr. Potlight guarantees single day installation of all projects.
That depends on if your ceilings are already wired for pot-lights. If not, the installation of your pot-lights will require wiring. However, we ensure that no damage is done to your ceiling, drywall or floors. We don’t require the installation of mouldings to wire your ceiling.
Ah, now this is a trade secret… but we’ll tell you anyway! Instead of taking your ceiling apart, we cut holes only where the pot lights will be, and use fish-tape to route the wiring through your ceiling, from hole to hole. This way, you avoid any mess and we’re out of your hair in no time at all!
It is possible to put pot lights in drop ceiling. Your pot light contractor will have to use support bars or blocks with frame that rest on the ceiling grid.