Recessed Lighting General

Welcome to our wordpress blog about recessed lighting and all that it has to offer. The good, the bad (can’t really think of anything) and the ugly…As a matter of fact, it is the best lighting for the interior of the living rooms and kitchens in our humble opinion. The additional icing on the cake is when the dimmer switch is installed as well with it, so that you can have bright or dim light when you choose.

So, you may be asking yourself, why did these guys put up a blog about recessed lighting? Well, this site previously sold recessed lighting at wholesale pricing but has since gotten out of the business. Now the former owner is in the plumbing business over at Plumber Roswell, GA.  Without any further ado, we took it over and decided to talk and blog about recessed lights and the ins and outs of them. Basically just shop talk about lighting that is recessed up in the ceiling for a flat finish and inside bulbs that are drawn in to the light fixture so that nothing is exposed under the drywall. It is not a sick obsession, but rather a healthy one in which we believe definitely increases the value of the properties that contain this type of lighting. We figured why not write some articles on the benefits of its use and enlighten interested folks about what we have seen.

It all started about six years ago when I got into the real estate investing business….Along with buying fixer upper properties comes the challenge of improving the property value with economical solutions. And recessed lighting is a great bang for your buck. We typically would put these types of light fixtures in when we were trying to give the kitchen a sizzle factor and something that would pop along with new countertops, appliances, and flooring. Depending on the scope of the rehab in the kitchen, these can be installed for relatively cheap compared to the value they bring with a newer modern feel to the kitchen area. Now, if you are only doing a little touch up to the kitchen such as painting the cabinets and putting new hardware in, and maybe new flooring, it may be cost prohibitive to install into new lighting, especially when you have to cut the ceilings out somewhat. But sometimes, the contractor can quote it out and it will surprise you with how little it cost, and it produces big results. People just don’t think about it, but I can assure you it will pay dividends on a rehab property with a quicker sales period, and more buyers that are interested.

Well, that sums up what this blog will be about and the topics that will be discussed. I really hope that you gain some prospective on the value of recessed lighting in general and get some insight on why it works in today’s modern and lively interiors!

We’ll be back to post more articles and content shortly!

Meanwhile, check out this video from this old house about recessed lighting.

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