Recessed Floor Lights - Stylish Yet Distinctive Lighting
Recessed floor lights are a great option if you’re looking to add pleasant yet functional lighting to your home. Get creative and be inspired by range of the possibilities and applications that this type of lighting has to offer.
Where can I install recessed floor lights for indoors?
Being previously commonly used outdoors, recessed floor lights have now fortunately found their way indoors. If your home is suitable, they can be installed wherever you want them – for example as visual room dividers or along stairs.
Tip: If you want recessed floor lights in your home, decide on their use early on. Installing them when the house is already built is possible, but more hassle than doing it straight away.
How are recessed floor lights installed?
When it comes to installing recessed floor lights, it’s best to contact a qualified electrician as these lights are more difficult to install than ordinary ones. If you want to know more, please get in touch with our specialist advisers using the contact details below.
Tip: Always pay attention to the installation depth (indicated in cm) found in the product details. This will allow you and your electrician to plan better.
Can I walk over recessed floor lights?
This depends on the product. You can easily find out whether a recessed floor light is suitable to be walked on (and outdoors – driven over too). Just take a look at the product description and technical information sheet.
How are recessed floor lights switched on?
Of course, the switch isn’t on the light itself, but is usually a wall switch, motion detector, twilight sensor, or timer switch.
Do I need a transformer?
You do need one if you’re using low-voltage recessed floor lights. Have questions? Don’t hesitate to get in touch with our specialist advisers. Their contact details are below.
Are there LED recessed floor lights?
Of course, and with good reason. LEDs make compact, slim designs possible. Besides this, they’re super energy-efficient and have a long life of up to 50,000 hours. Another big plus, particularly relevant to lights with motion sensors, is that they reach 100% brightness immediately after they are switched on.
Are there flat recessed floor lights with low installation depth?
Yes, there are some very flat recessed floor lights. What works – and what doesn’t work – always depends on the conditions in the area you’d like to install them. Just talk to our specialist advisers about your plans. Their contact details are below.
Are there any dimmable recessed floor lights?
Depending on the bulb or the type of light, recessed floor lights can be dimmed using a compatible external dimmer. Important: The light must be marked as dimmable.
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