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Disposal and Recycling of Fluorescent tubes:

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) wants that people took advantage of available options for recycling of fluorescent bulbs and tube locally, rather than disposing them in regular household trash. In this article we will discuss why recycling is important, where we can dispose or recycle fluorescent bulbs and tubes, what is Eco fees for fluorescent recycling programs.

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Recessed lights, canned lights, recessed spots… whatever the term, recessed lighting is one of the most versatile and efficient lighting solutions available. They are discreet and perfectly suitable for ambient lighting, as well as for task or accent lighting. They are great for residential and commercial environments, and can be used to add depth to a space or to highlight interesting décor and architectural elements or even be used as outdoor recessed lights. However, even though recessed lights are very versatile, a good amount of planning is needed for a successful result. Considerations such as layout, installation, direction, color and others must be taken into account. This guide offers practical advice that will help you understand this technology and draft a lighting plan that truly reflects your needs.

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Recessed Lights are some of the most effective and versatile types of lighting for creating both ambient and task lighting in any room of your home. In the recent years they have gained in popularity and found themselves into most new homes and renovation projects. Because they are for the most part hidden, recessed lights typically make the rooms of home appear larger than they are. Gone are the days where you need to go for large cumbersome ceiling fixtures to light up a room. In short, recessed lighting by the quality of light they provide and their minimalist design bring out the best of just about any home.
Determining how many recessed lights you need and the proper spacing implies that you have already chosen the recessed light you wish to use for your project. If you haven’t chosen your recessed light model yet, below is a list of considerations you will want to look into before you make your choice.

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Equivalencies LED-Incandescent

When you switch from incandescent or halogen to LED lighting, it is important to consider the equivalencies between the technologies in order to keep a similar level of lighting.


For many years, the expressions such as “50W equivalent” and the like have appeared on the packaging of technologies gradually replacing the incandescent bulbs.


However, there is not precise rule to convert incandescent or halogen in LED. The key is to compare the efficiency between the products.


Here is a chart for the present equivalencies.


It is important to note that these equivalencies change depending of the generation and the efficiency of your LED.


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Recessed lighting: small clearance space in the ceiling? No problems!

Some of you may be already planning the next renovations to your home.


The first step before choosing a recessed light is to know the clearing space in the ceiling. In many cases, such a verification may bring up unknown constraints: what to do with a 2 ½ or 3 inches clearance space when many recessed lights on the market need 4 to 7 inches?


A solution to this potential puzzle is the low-profile recessed light series from Bazz. The models 300LPL5W and 300LPL5B are recessed lights that only need 2 ½ inches of clearance space. Moreover, they don’t need insulation box to be installed in insulated ceilings: another problem solved!


Here is the link on our online shop.

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