Tampa Recessed Lighting Installations
Expert Electricians Improving Homes since 1986
Recessed lighting is most often used where spacing is not efficient enough to have a hanging light fixture. It can be used to accentuate a bigger light fixture, provide dim hallway lighting, and highlight and spotlight specific areas in your home. This type of lighting can save a lot of space in kitchens and hallways with standard ceiling heights. Small Jobs Electric® has a team of skilled electricians that are backed by over three decades of experience. Our Tampa recessed lighting electricians can come to your home, determine if recessed lighting is right for you, and perform excellent installations to brighten up any room in your home.
If you are interested in learning more, contact our Tampa recessed lighting installation experts at 813-968-5856. We’re available throughout Hillsborough, Pinellas, and Pasco counties.
Customized Solutions for Your Home
Our professionals can help you figure out which recessed lighting installation is best for your home. Recessed lighting takes up virtually no space, as it is almost completely flush to the ceiling. This type of lighting is perfect for when you want to brighten things up a bit, light up a closet, or even show off a piece of art work in your main living space. We can customize your installation match your preferences.
Recessed Lighting Styles & Sizes
Recessed lights can either be installed in housing or trim. Housing is a metal can that the light will be placed inside of. Trim is a decorative covering that is flush to your ceiling. You can choose any trim piece you like to compliment any space of your home. There is a wide range of styles and sizes available for you to choose from, including baffle, lensed, reflector, wall-wash, and adjustable.
Safe & Reliable Installations
Older styles of recessed lighting consume large amounts of energy and are far more costly and potentially dangerous to your home. These older lights tend to get too hot for your attic or even the fixture itself, creating safety hazards. Additionally, their unsealed or poorly insulated canisters usher out heated air into your attic, causing possibly more dangerous situations.
The experts at Small Jobs Electric® use IC- and AT-rated can lights. IC-rated lights allow you to cover the housing with insulation, without risk of burning down your house. AT-rated lights work safely in homes that are airtight. Let our professionals help guide you in the right direction. We can carefully examine your home and determine what the best lighting solution is for you.
With over 100 years combined experience as professional electricians, our team can handle any task. No job is too small!