FAQ

Q. What are the benefits of pot lighting?

Q. Do I need a certified electrician to install pot lights?

Q. Can old lighting fixtures be converted into 4-inch pot lights?

Q. How do you make sure that pot lights are properly aligned?

Q. I've just completed my renovations, is it too late to install pot lights?

Q. Will my electrical usage increase if I install pot lights?

Q. How easy is it to replace pot light bulbs? On average how long do the bulbs last?

Q. Why is it more expensive to install pot lights on the top floor?

Q. What does the cost of pot light installation depend on?




Q. What are the benefits of pot lighting?



Q. Do I need a certified electrician to install pot lights?

Electrical Safety Code dictates that all electrical work is done by certified electricians.



Q. Can old lighting fixtures be converted into 4-inch pot lights?

Yes. A professional will convert any existing fixture opening into a 4-inch pot light.



Q. How do you make sure that pot lights are properly aligned?

We use laser guides to ensure that pot lights are precisely aligned - to a very high degree of accuracy.



Q. I've just completed my renovations, is it too late to install pot lights?

We only provide services on finished houses, therefore, mess-free installations can be done even after renovations.



Q. Will my electrical usage increase if I install pot lights?

Pot lights are one of the most efficient choices of lighting today. In fact, a halogen light produces higher amounts of light than regular incandescent with the same energy consumption.



Q. How easy is it to replace pot light bulbs? On average how long do the bulbs last?

Replacing a pot light bulb takes as long as a regular light bulb. The average lifespan of a halogen bulb is 2000 hours.



Q. Why is it more expensive to install pot lights on the top floor?

The top floor has an insulated ceiling, and according to the Electrical Code of Ontario, all pot lights must be contained in an IC box (insulated ceiling box).
Therefore, additional labor and materials are required for top floor installations.



Q. What does the cost of pot light installation depend on?




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