There are a variety of ways to get more lighting in the kitchen. For example, you might consider under cabinet lighting. It can work well in most homes, but you want to make sure it’s right for your kitchen. Contact a Burkittsville electrician to get the professional advice you need.
Under Cabinet Lighting Options
Under cabinet lights are more for ambiance than for bright lighting. They won’t necessarily provide bright task lighting, but rather they can show off the backsplash and countertops. You will want to get the right lighting that will give the kitchen the right appeal, not too hot or cool for your purposes. Look for lights that will cast the right warm, yellow hue without overdoing it.
LED tape light systems are like strips that can give functional details under the cabinets. They allow you to keep things tucked away while you have the light you need to see those items. This particular undercabinet lighting design allows installation at turns and corners. You can also install them around islands and bars for definition in those areas.
Puck lights are a designer favorite today. They are shaped in a circular manner, like their name indicates. These lights come in 1–4-inch diameters and are great for lighting up a countertop, open shelving area, or glass-front cabinets. They give your kitchen beams of light.
Traditional linear lighting are low-profile LED fixtures that are the most popular choice. They provide high functioning lighting for areas above sinks, stoves, and countertops. Also, they brighten the dark cave areas of a kitchen and give you more workspace visibility. They can come with plug-in installations, or they can be hardwired into your home.
Tim Kyle Electric, Heating & Cooling: Burkittsville Electrician
Contact Tim Kyle for under cabinet lighting installation. We can install a number of different under cabinet lights to accomplish this, including LED lights, puck lights, and light strips. Since the kitchen is one of the most-used rooms in any given home, you want kitchen lighting that improves visibility while still looking nice. It can also act as a “night light” for those wandering downstairs for a midnight snack!