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SLIM PANEL SERIES

Our Slim Panel series have a universal mount designed to replace bulbs, flush mounts and other recessed fixtures. Our Slim Panel Series is easy to install, inexpensive, dimmable and energy efficient.

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LED 4″ Slim Panel (3CCT)

10W/750 Lumens = 75W Replacement

SKU: 21101102 (3000K/4000K/5000K)

The 4″ Slim Panel (3CCT) is a 10-watt recessed downlight with three color temperatures changing. It is a high-performance, easy to install fixture that offers good light output, energy-efficiency and streamlined design. Type IC and Air tight. Suitable for damp locations. Control with existing switch!

Availability: In Stock

Dimmable: Yes

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Trim Covers Available: Black, Brushed Nickel

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LED 4″ Slim Panel

10W/750 Lumens = 75W Replacement

SKU: 21100100 (2700K), 21100102 (3000K), 21100104 (4000K), 21100106 (5000K), 21100108 (6500K)

The 4″ Slim Panel is a 10-watt recessed downlight. It is a high-performance, easy to install fixture that offers good light output, energy-efficiency and streamlined design. Type IC and Air tight. Suitable for damp locations.

Availability: In Stock

Dimmable: Yes

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LED 6″ Slim Panel

13W/1050 Lumens = 100W Replacement

SKU: 21100202 (3000K), 21100204 (4000K), 21100206 (5000K), 21100208 (6500K)

The 6″ Slim Panel is a 13-watt recessed downlight. It is a high-performance, easy to install fixture that offers good light output, energy-efficiency and streamlined design. Type IC and Air tight. Suitable for damp locations.

Availability: In Stock

Dimmable: Yes

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LED 8″ Slim Panel

18W/1400 Lumens = 100W Replacement

SKU: 21100502 (3000K), 21100504 (4000K), 21100506 (5000K)

The 8″ Slim Panel is a 18-watt recessed downlight. It is a high-performance, easy to install fixture that offers good light output, energy-efficiency and streamlined design. Type IC and Air tight. Suitable for damp locations.

Availability: In Stock

Dimmable: Yes

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LED 3.5″ Square Gimbal

8W/550 Lumens = 50W Replacement

SKU: 21101202 (3000K), 21101204 (4000K), 21101206 (5000K), 21101208 (6500K)

The 3.5″ Square Gimbal is a 8-watt recessed downlight. It is a high-performance, easy to install fixture that offers good light output, energy-efficiency and streamlined design. Type IC. Suitable for damp locations.

Availability: In Stock

Dimmable: Yes

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LED 4″ Gimbal

10W/750 Lumens = 75W Replacement

SKU: 21100702 (3000K), 21100704 (4000K), 21100706 (5000K), 21100708 (6500K)

The 4″ Gimbal is a 10-watt recessed downlight. It is a high-performance, easy to install fixture that offers good light output, energy-efficiency and streamlined design. Type IC. Suitable for damp locations.

Availability: In Stock

Dimmable: Yes

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LED 4″ Gimbal (Airtight)

10W/750 Lumens = 75W Replacement

SKU: 21101602 (3000K), 21101604 (4000K), 21101606 (5000K)

The 4″ Gimbal (Airtight) is a 10-watt recessed downlight. It is a high-performance, easy to install downlight solution that offers good light output, energy-efficiency and streamlined design. Suitable for damp locations.

Availability: In Stock

Dimmable: Yes

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RETROFIT SERIES

Retrofit LED fixtures are refit solutions meant for updating your preexisting lights with recessed lighting without the use of any tools or need for new wiring.

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LED 5/6″ Retrofit

16W/850 Lumens = 75W Replacement

SKU: 21101402 (3000K), 21101404 (4000K), 21101406 (5000K)

The 5/6″ Retrofit is a 16-watt retrofit fixture. It is a high-performance, easy to install downlight solution that offers good light output, energy-efficiency and streamlined design. Suitable for damp locations.

Availability: In Stock

Dimmable: Yes

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ACCESSORIES

Find all of our accessories here that will complement our lighting fixtures.

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LED ACCESSORY 3-Way Dimmer

SKU: 4111011

3-Way Dimmer compatible with all of our dimmable fixtures.

Availability: In Stock

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To ensure that you get the best results possible, It is a must that you avoid guesswork while shopping for pot lights. There are certain decisions that you will need to make on pot light fixtures in Toronto, some of which will require specific product recommendations that we, at Mr. Potlight, will gladly fulfill. For starters, you should try to understand or at least have basic information relating to types of pot-light housing.

Generally, you will have two major options when it comes to housing. You can go for New Construction if you are constructing a new office/home, or Remodeling, or if you are installing recessed lights in an existing building. In any case, pot lights make an outstanding way to provide sufficient light in the kitchen, hallway, bathroom, living room or dining room. At Mr. Potlight, we have a complete range of pot light fixtures including bulbs and trims in almost all major brands.

Now, you have to consider the following options:

  1. IC and Non- IC: you will need to go with an IC rated housing if you have an insulated ceiling. Either of the two options will work for non-insulated ceilings.
  2. Air Tight: these are modern designs meant to increase energy efficiency. They are improvements on traditional housings that would result in loss of heat or cool air into ceilings, eventually increasing the heating and cooling costs.
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Other types of housings that you may need to consider when selecting pot light fixtures Toronto include:

  • UL/ CUL Damp Locations
  • Fire Rated Light Covers
  • Commercial use housings

For professional assistance when shopping for pot light fixtures in Toronto, you can rely on us. We guarantee you the best solutions when it comes to potlights for residential or commercial uses.

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Types of Pot-light Trims

Once you’ve installed your recessed lights, trims are the only parts that will remain visible. You should confirm that the trims you pick correspond with your new or existing housing. Here, at Mr. Potlight, we provide various types of trims, including:

  • Baffles
  • Wall washers
  • Eyeballs

Other types that you may need to consider when purchasing pot light fixtures in Toronto include open, reflectors, and decorative trims.

What Are LED Pot Lights?

LED stands for light emitting diode. That doesn’t mean much to you, but it will in a second. LED lighting products work completely differently than conventional light bulbs. By passing an electrical current through a microchip, the energy source illuminates tiny light sources we call LEDs (or light emitting diodes) resulting in visible light. These kinds of lights are directional light sources, meaning they emit light in a specific direction unlike incandescent or CFL bulbs, which emit light every which way. This allows an LED to emit light much more efficiently than a conventional bulb, but is also far more difficult to produce. Usually, you’ll see coloured LEDs in signal lights, computer parts and inside older televisions. In order to produce the white light of a lightbulb, different coloured LED lights are combined and covered with a phosphor material which converts the light into a neutral, white light. See? It’s simple.

Why Choose LED Pot Lights?

LED pot lights are rapidly growing in popularity among pot light buyers because they offer the longest lasting light source for the lowest cost. LEDs virtually never burn out, cost pennies to use and are very powerful. But why do these lights work the way they do, and what gives them this incredible edge over halogen and incandescent light bulbs? It goes into the construction of each bulb.

Why LED Pot Lights are Better Than Incandescent?

To start off, Incandescent bulbs use a filament, the little curly wire we see in some bulbs. When the light is turned on, electric current is sent through that filament, which heats up and glows due to the traffic of electrons traveling through it. The issue with this is that it wears out the filament over a period of time and when the filament is completely worn out, the light is considered “burnt out”. Incandescent light generally doesn’t last too long, rated only for about 1000-2000 hours. Halogens are significantly better overall, with a lifespan of anywhere from 6000-15000 hours of lighting, but again, they eventually burn out. LED’s are a completely different lighting source altogether.

LEDs use a process known as electroluminescence, which is when a positive and negative current is shot through atoms to create light. This process uses little energy because very little heat is produced, however, in bunches LED’s are extremely powerful. The life expectancy of an LED bulb can be up to 100000 hours. To put that into perspective, if you turned on an LED pot light for 3 hours every day, that light will work for you for up to 91 years!

LED pot lights are also good for places that have insulation because they generate little to no heat, which makes them IC rated and it means they add to the already immense versatility of pot lights. They are also multi-directional like regular pot lights and still have the ability to fully light a room. The effect is even more so with LED lights because they are more powerful than conventional bulbs. If you’re looking for a low-maintenance, high efficiency pot light for your household, LED is the best option.

LED Pot Lights Advantages

Now that you know all that technical talk, we’ll get right into the benefits of LED lighting. You’ll find that when you compare, you won’t know why you ever purchased any other bulbs than LED, which is basically the largest leap in LED technology and is the biggest leap in lighting, akin to taking analog lighting and replacing it with digital.

  • Longer Lifespan – The number one cause for using LED bulbs is their life expectancy. LED bulbs have an expected lifespan of up to 100,000 hours or 11 continuous years of use. So, even if you leave the lights on for 8 hours a day you’d have to wait about 20 years before replacing the bulb. Crazy, right? Can you imagine exchanging your lightbulb once in the time it’ll take you to go through 5 smartphones?
  • LED lights never really burn out – LED’s are different than standard lighting, as they don’t actually burn out like a normal lightbulb. Instead, the diodes in the light emit lower levels of energy and slowly become less bright. You may see your light dimming, but it won’t go out for a long, long time.
  • Energy efficient beyond belief – An LED bulb is today’s most efficient way of lighting, and has an estimated efficiency of 80-90% more than conventional bulbs, with a loss of between 10-20%. This is the complete opposite of conventional bulbs, which are about 20% efficiency and loses about 80% of the energy used. The longer lifespan of an LED bulb acts as a multiplier, achieving more energy efficiency over the lifespan of the bulb. Think of a large shopping centre lit only by LED lights. Yes, that mall is saving 30% more energy than it would be should it be lit with conventional incandescent bulbs.
  • Environmentally friendly – No mercury included, no toxic materials used during production and 100% recyclable materials. A single LED light bulb can save the materials and replacements needed to make 25 incandescent bulbs. Why is anyone still using normal light bulbs? We can’t figure it out.
  • You’ll never accidentally break one – Ever tried to screw in an incandescent bulb only to have it shatter in your hands? LED bulbs are resistant to shock, vibration and impact, meaning they’re excellent for outdoor lighting systems and are perfect for clumsy people. That’s not to say you’re clumsy, but let’s admit that you’ve cracked at least one light bulb in your lifetime.
  • No UV emission or infrared light – Unlike conventional bulbs, they are suitable for the illumination of light and heat sensitive items and objects due to little heat emission, and virtually no UV emission.
  • Flexible design and use – As LEDs can be combined to produce any colour, lighting and distribution, they are among the most flexible for interior design and mood adjustment.
  • Low-voltage operation – You don’t need a high-voltage power supply to illuminate your home, meaning LED lighting can be used in outdoor settings, and can be connected to a solar-battery. This makes them perfect for outdoor settings, rural areas and remote locations.

How Potlight Fixtures Will Help Your Home

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These are many ways pot lighting can supplement your home or commercial property:

  1. Creates the view of a more spacious living area
  2. Brightens rooms to their full potential
  3. Visually alluring for home buyers/sellers (Sale of home)
  4. Proper pot light placement offers an enhanced living area with a glamorous ambiance.
  5. Illuminates yours homes furnishings and décor (paintings, etc.)
  6. Increases energy efficiency (LED compatible)
  7. Luminosity control through use of dimmers
  8.  Increase in value of your home

These are only some of the benefits that pot lights have to offer. But the use of pot lights are not limited to residential homes. Many of the world’s biggest and best museums use pot lights to display their paintings and décor. They are saving space in basements and rooms with low ceilings. Pot lights are used as accent lighting in luxury interior designs. They are great for exterior lighting and even used as swimming pool lights.

Get help from the experts!

From the above discussion, you can agree that there are many enormous and important decisions to be made before purchasing pot light fixtures Toronto. However, this should be pretty easy with the highly reliable and efficient services that we at Mr. Potlight offer. Our team of experts will tend to you and offer forward the best recessed lighting solutions. With this in mind, remember Mr. Potlight when considering a contractor to light up your home or commercial property.

Feel free to contact us to get more suggestions and our experienced consultants will gladly put all our services to your disposal.

What Types of Pot Lights are There?

The key variation in pot lights comes with the decorative trim that is installed with the light itself. While a baffled trim has a ribbed interior to remove any possible glare, the reflective trim provides the most illumination. The lights can also come with an adjustable head, allowing you to direct the light to a specific location, or a wall trim, which blocks a portion of the light to highlight a specific area, such as a painting.

Which Light Bulb is the Most Energy Efficient?

As opposed to the more traditional incandescent and halogen light bulbs, LED lights can offer as much as six or seven times the energy efficiency. The difference in energy efficiency will remove a significant expense from your electricity bill, and provide you with a more environmentally friendly method of lighting your home. Our installation technicians are able to provide you with an LED pot light alternative to our more conventional pot light products.

What colour LED Lights should I install?

It’s up to you to determine the light brightness, tint and colour which best accentuates your interior. We recommend choosing a bulb type and brightness before contacting us, so that we can advise you on how best to proceed. If you’re installing tinted lights, remember that they are exchangeable, though not inexpensive. Ensure you are ready to commit to a bulb.

Mr. Potlight Advantage

  1. All our electricians are licensed
  2. We are fully insured
  3. You will receive an ESA Certificate after installation *
  4. Absolutely No Mess or Damage to your home guaranteed
  5. You pay upon the completion of your pot light installation
  1. No Molding required – We do not run wires through Moldings
  2. No Damage to Ceilings
  3. No ripping of carpets or drywalls
  4. No overloading of Circuits
  5. No use sub-par pot lights

ESA Certification

*To receive an ESA Certification please verify with the electrician when consulting.

 

 

  • We guarantee that your pot light installation will be completed in one day!
  • We install over 100 pot lights in a day with Absolutely No Mess or Damage to your home.
  • We provide a 5-year Warranty on our products.
  • Our policy reflects the following statement: you don’t have to pay until your pot light installation is complete and up to par, because we hold our promise to the highest degree of integrity.


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