PROFESSIONAL TRACK LIGHTING ELECTRICAL SERVICES BY 24/7 ELECTRIC
Modern Track lighting is a very useful system of lower watt bulbs arranged along a track-line instead of just one bulb being placed on one fixture. When a few lower watt bulbs are combined, you can increase your light efficiently.
Put track lighting anywhere in your home, but favor popular places like the kitchen, your entertainment area, to highlight artwork, conversational pieces, or to show off prized possessions.
One of the great things about track lighting is that you can get adapters that will allow you to use them in different ways. For instance, you can get an adapter that allows you to suspend a hanging light fixture from the track.
Outlets can also be snapped into line-voltage tracking and angles can be adjusted. You can also get an adapter plate that allows single fixtures to be attached to a junction box.
Flexible Design. The track in track lighting can be either straight, curved, or run in a circle. There are many modern options available today to design with.
Track Lighting Can Save You Money. Using LED or low watt bulbs or adjust the strength with a dimmer switch.
Track lights can be set to face multiple directions and with modern LED bulbs and technology, you can change the color of the lights with a remote control.
If you would like to learn more about track lighting installation and repair, just give us a call. Whether you choose track lighting, recessed lighting, or need some other electrical service, 27/7 Electrical is here for you.
From beginning to end, our team of track lighting electricians at 24/7 Electric will assist you to add that extra lighting, repair your wiring, install other luxuries requiring additional wiring, or inspect and maintain your current systems.
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