Sometimes people want to light a room but do not want a light that hangs down from the ceiling. In this case, Capital flush mount lighting may be the perfect solution. Flush mounted lights and recessed lighting are great lighting solutions for rooms with low ceilings or areas where the lighting should not be evident. Kitchens and work areas are great places for flush mounted and recessed lighting. No muss, no fuss, no dusting. The close to ceiling lights are ideal for rooms with contemporary, tailored decor and for rooms with lower ceilings.
Flush Mount Lights
Lights that are flush mounts very often provide most of the lighting for a room. They are fairly small lighting fixtures up to fairly large ones that are designed to be mounted flat on the ceiling. They can be made of clear glass, frosted glass, or crystal glass with a metal frame. The metal can be brass, wrought iron, silver tone or white. The light fixtures are deep enough to have room for the light bulbs and a safe space around them. These lights are usually less than 12 inches deep but their width varies. They can be made in many styles such as Tiffany, modern, rustic, or traditional.
Capital lighting also manufactures recessed lighting fixtures. These lights are very good solutions for lighting rooms with low ceilings. They fit up into the ceiling rather than hanging down into the room at all. Recessed lighting is good for kitchens, bathrooms and near artwork that needs to be highlighted. Care needs to be taken when installing these lights in and above the ceiling so that they do not get too hot and cause a fire. Read the installation directions carefully when installing them. Recessed lighting fixtures can take different kinds of bulbs such as incandescent, halogen, or fluorescent. Each type of bulb has advantages. The fluorescent and low-voltage bulbs use less electricity and save money. They also produce much less heat. The incandescent and halogen lights can be used with a dimmer switch.
It is important to remove the old light fixture and patch and repaint the ceiling area before installing the new fixture. It might be a good idea to determine if the light fixture would do better in a different location. Changing light fixtures is a good time to re-evaluate their location on the ceiling. Another consideration is whether to hire an electrician to install the light fixture. For more information on lighting, go to the website.