Adding over head lighting is a great way to revamp a dark room. Recessed lighting housing keeps your can lights secured and fully functional. LightingShowplace.com provides you with different ways to limit your search based upon bulb type, finish or IC rating. Choose your bulb type based upon your need, such as energy efficiency or color enhancing bulbs. Also, make sure to choose your recessed lighting housing on whether or not you will need an IC rated housing. Insulation Contact (IC) rated recessed lighting housing permits the housing to come in contact with insulation. This rating is necessary for certain ceilings.
Shop and explore our wide selection of recessed lighting housing. Make sure to look for the appropriate type of housing you will need because there are two options: new construction housing and remodel housing. LightingShowplace.com offers you the best in recessed lighting housings at incredibly low prices.
Mini-Recessed Housings 2" Non-IC Remodel Housing
Recessed Lighting Series 6" IC and Non-IC Airtight Recessed Housing for Incandescent Lamps, with Universal J-Box and Integral T-Bar Hangers
120V 45W Recessed Heating Lighting Fixture for R-40 Lamps
4" Trim Recessed Light Housing for Remodel Construction - Non-IC Rated
6" 90W Line Voltage IC Universal New Construction Housing
3" Trim Recessed Light Housing for Remodel Construction - Non-IC Rated
4" Miniature Line Voltage New Construction Housing
4" Miniature Line Voltage Airtight IC New Construction Housing
4" Miniature Line Voltage Airtight Remodel Housing
Recessed Lighting Series 6" IC and Non-IC Remodel Housing
6" Line Voltage Remodel IC Housing
Recessed Lighting Series 4" Non-IC Recessed Housing for Incandescent Lamps, with Universal J-Box and Integral T-Bar Hangers
5" 75W Line Voltage Airtight IC Shallow Remodel Housing
4" Trim 4500K High Output LED Recessed Light Housing for Remodel Construction - Non-IC Rated
RF Composant Series Single-Light Recessed Light Insulated Ceiling Housing
5" 75W Line Voltage Airtight IC New Construction Housing with Socket Holder Bracket
Recessed Lighting Series 5" IC Airtight Recessed Housing for Incandescent Lamps, with Universal J-Box and Integral T-Bar Hangers
4" 50W Low Voltage Airtight Remodel Housing
4" 50W Miniature Line Voltage Airtight Housing
4" Trim Recessed Light Housing for New Construction - Non-IC Rated
Recessed Lighting Series 6" IC and Non-IC Shallow Housing with Universal J-Box and Integral T-Bar Mounting Brackets
4" Trim 4500K High Output LED Recessed Light Housing for Remodel Construction - IC Rated
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-CFL bulbs are more and more frequently becoming the norm in the American household. With their long life span and bright shades CFL's are always a good option if you want a fixture that performs and saves you money every year.
-Fluorescent tubes are common in bath bars and come in many different styles such as the most common T4 and T5 bulbs.
-Halogen: these bulbs are known for their brightness and long life spans. Although these bulbs get quite hot they are a good solution if you are looking for ample amounts of light.
-Incandescent or Fluorescent: We have combined all the fixtures that can use either a CFL or a standard incandescent bulb into one simple location so you can choose whether you would like a more traditional setup or an energy saving CFL configuration.
-Xenon/Krypton: Much like their halogen counterparts are extremely bright bulbs with long lifespans that will use a Xenon or Krypton gas inside the bulb.
The number of bulbs on a fixture is important for both style and function. The number of bulbs can alter the amount of light given off, but so can the wattage of your bulbs. Make sure to keep any width limitations in mind while selecting your fixture.
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