LED Pot Lights

There Are Two Main Types of Pot Lights

It is very important to use the right pot light for the job – there are ones for use in ceilings that have insulation, referred to as I.C. (Insulation Contact) pot lights and ones that don’t, N.I.C (Non Insulation Contact). Using the wrong one could cause a fire!

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LIGHT BULBS

The choice of pot light bulbs is varied. Choosing the right bulb for the job can be a very personal, ‘lifestyle’ choice. It is important to match the right light colour to your needs. There are two standard operating colours, known as ‘warm’ and ‘cool white’. Cool white is a bright white light that is very good for doing tasks. Warm is a softer light that is good for setting a room’s ambiance. There are also several operating styles to choose from such as low voltage, line voltage, LED, and fluorescent bulbs... just to name a few.

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FINISHING TRIMS

One of the nicest qualities of a good pot light is its ability to update its look simply by changing the trim. You can update your kitchen with quick, simple upgrades!

Burton Electric Inc. in Toronto offers creative solutions and qualified electricians to make your home safe and comfortable. Our work is competitively priced and backed by a one-year guarantee on labour, as well as the manufacturer’s warranty.

Burton Electric will apply for an electrical permit on your behalf! We will make arrangements to have the work inspected by an ESA inspector and, upon passing, issue a ‘Certificate of Inspection’ to you. Please keep a copy in your records for future use. Contact us online or fill out the form below to get started!

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