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Indoor Lighting

Transform the allure of your interior furnishings with the power of lighting. Second to a fresh coat of paint, replacing dated light fixtures with contemporary indoor lighting will enhance the design of your home. Freshen up the space with well placed recessed lights to highlight accent chairs or brighten up your sofa; then use a decorative ceiling fan or chandelier to complete the look with feature lighting. Whether you are building your commercial work space from the ground up, or updating your kitchen with under cabinet tape lighting, AQLIGHTING has the interior light fixtures you’ll need to complete your project. Talk to one of our professional electricians or designers on staff to get helpful guidance on accent lighting or ways to improve your energy savings with LED lighting alternatives. Be sure to use task and decorative lighting in tandem to best illuminate your interior spaces.

FAQs on Indoor Lighting

What are some indoor lighting solutions?

Indoor lighting solutions can include a variety of different types of lights, such as incandescent, fluorescent, LED, and halogen. These lights can be used in a variety of settings, including homes, offices, and commercial buildings.

What are the benefits of using LED lights?

LED lights are energy-efficient and have a longer lifespan compared to other types of lights. They also produce less heat, making them safer to use. LED lights are also available in a wide range of colors and brightness levels, making them suitable for a variety of applications.

What is low voltage indoor lighting?

Low voltage lighting is a type of lighting that uses a transformer to convert regular household voltage (120V) to a lower voltage (12V or 24V), which is then used to power the lights. This type of low voltage indoor lighting is more energy-efficient and can be used to create a variety of different lighting effects.

How does low voltage lighting work?

Low voltage lighting works by using a transformer to convert regular household voltage to a lower voltage, which is then used to power the indoor lights. The lights are connected to the transformer via a low voltage cable. This allows the low voltage indoor lights to be powered by less electricity, which can help to reduce energy costs.

What are some benefits of using low voltage lighting?

Low voltage lighting is energy-efficient, which can help to reduce energy costs. It also produces less heat, making it safer to use. Additionally, low voltage lighting can be used to create a variety of different lighting effects, such as dimming or color changing. A low voltage indoor light like a table lamp is safe to use near curtains thanks to the low heat.

What are some examples of low voltage indoor lighting solutions?

Some examples of low voltage lighting indoors solutions include track lighting, recessed lighting, and under-cabinet lighting. These types of lights are powered by low voltage and can be controlled by a dimmer switch or a remote control. Low voltage lighting is also used in mood lighting and accent lighting, which highlights certain features of a room or a space. Indoor lighting for stairs, for example, can help to gently yet safely light your indoor stairs at night. A goose neck light fixture can be used as an indoor low voltage accent light, too.

Is low voltage lighting safe to use?

Yes, low voltage indoor lighting is safe to use. As it uses a lower voltage to power the lights, it is less likely to cause an electrical fire and it produces less heat, making it safer to use. However, it is important to follow the manufacturer's instructions and have a licensed electrician install the lighting system to ensure that it is properly wired and grounded.