Recessed lighting (High Hats) (Cans) are one of the most popular requests by a homeowner New Jersey today. The codes have recently changed and a new recessed light installation must be protected by an arc fault circuit breaker. Sometimes after a recessed lighting installation is completed it is necessary to have a painter come out to do some touch-up work around the lights.
Recessed lighting increases the amount of light in a room, making the room feel larger and also can be used to highlight artwork or bring out important design elements of the area.
At Richard Marton Electrical Contractor LLC we design and help you:
- Choose the size, style, and amount of lighting fixtures needed for your purpose
- Ensure that your lighting is spaced correctly for functionality and beauty
- Ensure that lighting intended to emphasize a design feature or art object is correctly placed to provide optimum effect
- Access the placement of reading lights carefully to avoid shadows from the head and shoulders
- Use wall-washing recessed lights to sweep the wall with the light needed to make a small space feel larger
- Recommend the type of bulbs that will be optimum for your new lighting
- Recessed Lighting is perfect for finished basements, kitchens, bathrooms, home theaters and other areas of home.
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Richard Marton Electrical Contractor LLC is a full service electrical contractor serving homeowners and businesses in Bergen, Passaic, Essex and Morris County New Jersey with electrical installations and repairs. We are also a certified Generac Generator dealer and installer.
Richard Marton Electrical Contractor LLC works with general contractors, residential architects, interior decorators, interior designers, painters, property management and property maintenance professionals, and professional organizers. We work with these professionals to give clients top of the line electrical installations within such projects as residential remodeling, residential renovations, plus build outs of new kitchens, bathrooms, home offices, add-a-level residential project and more.
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