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Installing Exterior Recessed Lights

July 7, 2015 by Dave Rongey

Is it a good idea to install exterior recessed lights while a new home is being built? The Best Time to Install Exterior Recessed Lights.

Electrical Wiring for Switched Wall Sockets

May 14, 2015 by Dave Rongey

How to Wire a Wall Switched Outlets: Basic Wiring Configuration for Half Hot Outlets, Wiring Outlets to be Controlled by a Switch and Wiring Outlets to Not be Controlled by a Switch.

Planning and Installing Recessed Can Light Fixtures

March 21, 2014 by Dave Rongey

Installing Recessed Light Fixtures: Considerations When Installing Recessed Lighting Fixtures, Planning and Installing Recessed Lighting.

How to Pass an Electrical Inspection for Recessed Lighting

August 1, 2013 by Dave Rongey

Electrical Wiring Methods for Recessed Light Fixtures: Installing the Electrical Wiring, Terminating the Electrical Wire, Connecting the Wire to the Light Fixture.

Why Recessed Can Lights Turn On and Off

November 23, 2014 by Dave Rongey

What is causing our recessed light to go on and off all by itself? How To Fix Recessed Flush Lights that Turn On and Off.

Installing New Trims for Recessed Can Light Fixtures

January 22, 2015 by Dave Rongey

How to Replace Recessed Light Trims: Commonly there are a wide range of trims that are available which most homeowners are not aware of.

Recessed Lighting Designs and Installation Factors

October 14, 2012 by Dave Rongey

Installing Recessed Lighting: Factors to Consider when Choosing Recessed Lighting: I am installing recessed incandescent fixtures in a basement room with no ceiling insulation.

Installing Bathroom Recessed Lighting

October 11, 2016 by Dave Rongey

How to Install Recessed Light Fixtures in a Bathroom Location: Which recessed light fixtures should I buy for a bathroom?

Locating and Installing Pot Lights

September 2, 2012 by Dave Rongey

Guidelines for Installing Pot Lights – Locating and positioning recessed pot lights will depend on a few factors as described here, you should begin with the end in mind, That is what “look and feel” would you like? Once this decision is made then you can take these other factors into consideration.

Installing Outdoor Recessed Lighting

September 1, 2012 by Dave Rongey

Selecting Outdoor Recessed Lighting Fixtures – The type of recessed light can itself will depend on the type of attic space you have, the type of insulation and the local energy codes in your area. The trim type should be rated for outdoor use. One trim you may consider is a shower trim where there is a tempered glass or plastic lenses mounted into a trim that has a gasket.

Guide to Longer Lasting Light Bulbs

August 24, 2012 by Dave Rongey

Here are a few tips for longer lasting recessed can light, and other light bulbs as well – These are the types of light bulbs that are best for ceiling fan light fixtures because of the constant vibration that is produced by the fan motor.

Adding Recessed Light Fixtures

March 2, 2017 by Dave Rongey

I want to add some recessed lights, how should they be wired to the existing light fixture? Installing Electric Wiring for Additional Recessed Light Fixtures.

Why a Converted Light Fixture is Now Dim

January 7, 2012 by Dave Rongey

Possible Problems When Converting Light Fixtures

Install Air Tight Recessed Lighting for Efficiency

May 1, 2011 by Dave Rongey

I removed the burned out spot light bulb in the recessed light fixture and I noticed a draft coming down from the attic, is there some sort of gasket that’s available to place around the neck of the new bulb…