Complete Squares 11-1/2" Single-Light Recessed Ceiling Fixture with Flat White Glass Diffuser, Clips or Hanger Bars Required
Complete Squares 9-1/2" Single-Light Recessed Ceiling Fixture with Flat White Glass Diffuser, Clips or Hanger Bars Required
Recessed Lighting Series 6" IC 45-Degree Sloped Ceiling Baffle Trim
Recessed Lighting Series 6" IC Adjustable Sloped Ceiling Remodel Housing for PAR30 or R30 Lamps
Modular Fluorescent Series Single-Light Fixture with White Acrylic Diffuser and White Metal Housing
Recessed Lighting Series 8" IC and Non-IC 45-Degree Sloped Ceiling Baffle Trim
Recessed Lighting Series Set of Three Plaster Frame Clips for Finished Ceilings
Recessed Lighting Series 8" IC 45-Degree Sloped Ceiling Remodel Housing
Recessed Lighting Series 4" Ceiling Gasket for P831 and P817 Housings for Washington State Energy Code Compliance
Recessed Lighting Series 6" IC Incandescent 45-Degree Sloped-Ceiling Housing for Single Vertical PAR30 or BR30 Lamps
Recessed Lighting Series 5" Ceiling Gasket for Recessed Housings
Illuma-Flex Remote Sloped Ceiling Adapter Stems, 6-Pack
Recessed Lighting Series 8" Ceiling Gasket for P45 Housing for Washington State Energy Code Compliance
Recessed Lighting Series 6" Ceiling Gasket for P87-AT, P821-AT and P83-AT Housings for Washington State Energy Code Compliance
Recessed Lighting Series 8" IC and Non-IC 45-Degree Sloped Ceiling Alzak Cone Trim
8" New Construction Recessed Light Housing for 120W PAR38 BR40 Lamps
CLOSEOUT - Illuma-Flex Remote Sloped Ceiling Adapter Stems, 6-Pack
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