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Learn the basics of recessed lighting and find answers to commonly-asked questions, in our guide, How to Buy Recessed Lighting. For both style and function, clean, modern-looking recessed light fixtures are an ideal choice for kitchens, bathrooms, home offices and more.
LED kits are the latest designs on the market. They will save you up to 80% in energy costs vs. comparable halogens and incandescent bulbs … and you’ll spend less time sourcing and replacing burnt-out bulbs. At only $9.99, our 6″ LED Retrofit Kit is one of the best priced units you’ll find anywhere for both new and retrofit construction.
The visible part of a fixture containing an outer ring and reflector or baffle.
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No matter what your project, we are your online resource for all types of recessed light fixtures. Shop with us for hard to find parts, Juno trim, and designs from all the top brands. If you have questions, our knowledgeable lighting consultants are here to help you every step of the way!
Looking for a quick solution? Based on our most popular requests from builders and contractors, Lamps Plus offers ready-to-buy recessed lighting combination kits. Each combination kit includes a housing “can”, matching trim and a light bulb offering a complete solution for your project. Many feature Juno recessed lighting components. One of the top brands in the commercial and residential markets today, Juno is known for design innovation and energy efficient fixtures.
The main structure, also called the can, that holds the electrical components.
Color temperature, known as a Kelvin, refers to the appearance of light coming from your light bulb. Different color temperatures impact the look and feel of a room. Use the diagram below to understand Kelvin and find the right scale for you.