If you’re not completely familiar with recessed lighting, it’s just that: lighting that’s recessed into your ceiling rather than requiring a light fixture below ceiling level. Recessed lighting easily gives rooms an updated look and feel and can transform a space instantly. CMC Service Experts expertly installs recessed lighting quickly and efficiently. Rely on our professional team to knowledgeably handle your home’s lighting needs safely. Just fill out the form to the right or give us a call at (919) 246-4798 to schedule a service appointment today!
Why Go Recessed?
Recessed lighting has become increasingly popular over the last decade, and we’re happy to answer customers’ questions about what sets this in-demand lighting style apart. Recessed lighting is both functional and attractive in all home styles, and its ability to blend into your ceiling line makes it a classic option that won’t go out of style any time soon. Our professional electricians are highly trained and experienced in installing recessed lighting and can educate you on its advantages, some of which include:
Recessed lighting has the ability to instantly make any room seem larger due to not requiring large, bulky lighting fixtures that break up the lines of your ceiling. It also creates a visual illusion called “wall washing”, casting light through the right spacing pattern.
With recessed lighting, you can choose from a wide range of trims, colors, reflectors, and spacing patterns to create a look that’s suitable to your taste and room aesthetics. The options are endless and can transform a room in less than a day.
Unlike traditional light fixtures, recessed lighting is so unobtrusive it can be used all throughout a room. This allows for soft, glowing light to be evenly distributed throughout a space, rather than harshly concentrated in one area with shadows surrounding it.
Gone are the days when you had to install track lighting to accent special areas of your home. Recessed lighting is a simple way to draw attention to bookcases, art pieces, displays, and special collections without drawing attention to the lights themselves.