Proper lighting can add a new sense of style to your home and improve your family’s safety. At Short Pump Heating & Air, we provide indoor recessed lighting, and we can help you design the right lighting to make your Richmond home feel more inviting.
Indoor recessed lighting is a great way to enhance your home’s ambiance and help raise its value when it’s time to sell. We can help you determine what kind of lighting look you want and show you how to accomplish the best design possible and optimal functionality.
Ready to have indoor recessed lighting installed in your Richmond, VA, home? Let the electrical experts at Short Pump Heating & Air help.
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What Is Recessed Lighting?
Recessed lighting consists of a bulb installed in the ceiling with a finished trim you see around the light when looking up at the fixture. In-ceiling lighting is convenient, versatile, and offers a high return on investment.
There are many sizes, functions, and finishes available, and recessed lighting itself will never go out of style — it’s simply too effective and desirable, reliably adding resale value to your home.
Short Pump Heating & Air expertly installs recessed lighting, and we’d love to help you design a lighting plan that maximizes the functionality, aesthetics, and value of your Richmond, VA, home.
Recessed lighting requires professional installation to ensure safety during the job and future use. Plus, if a new electrical circuit is needed, some communities mandate using a licensed electrician.
Let Short Pump Heating & Air take care of your in-ceiling lighting installation by calling (804) 364-9040 or contacting us online.
In-ceiling lighting is a wise home improvement, both financially and for your own enjoyment and quality of life. Here’s why you should consider recessed lighting installation:
1. It’s versatile.
Recessed lighting fixtures offer a fantastic range of options for look and functionality. If you want to illuminate a specific area, choose an eyeball trim you can aim in different directions. Reflector trims amplify a bulb’s brightness for increased light without more fixtures.
A pinhole trim that uses a small opening to focus illumination will spotlight art or collectibles, and downlighting can similarly brighten a room without drawing attention away from decorative elements.
You can also wire your recessed lights in different zones, so you can turn on some segments of light and leave others off. This is particularly useful for open-concept floor plans.
2. It improves the look and functionality of any room.
Recessed lighting can open up a smaller space to make it seem larger, as the fixture itself is hidden. Having the fixture built into the ceiling also makes low ceilings less noticeable. In-ceiling lighting can also add a sense of vastness to a larger space.
Recessed lighting in kitchens, bathrooms, and offices allows for intense yet adjustable brightness. With lighting zones, LED options, and dimmer switches, you can adjust color temperatures and brightness levels according to specific tasks, preferences, or times of day.
3. Your home could sell above list price.
When you’re ready to sell, in-ceiling lighting could help your home achieve an average sale-to-list price ratio of 101.5%. Recessed lighting is one of the most valuable home improvement projects in the United States today.
4. Your listing will likely sell faster because it will get more views online.
Recessed lighting allows for bright, professional-looking photos that show off your home to its best advantage, which you need for today’s online listings. U.S. home trends indicate that houses with in-ceiling lighting get the most views at an average of 906 per listing.
5. It’s compatible with smart technology.
Recessed lighting can be connected to Wi-Fi, so your lights can be dimmed, turned off or on, and color-changed by voice, app, or pre-set program. Not only is this fun for you now, but it’s also a feature many people actively seek when buying a home.
Call Short Pump Heating & Air at (804) 364-9040 or contact us online to schedule your recessed lighting installation.
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