The service was very efficient and thorough. The electrician helped us a lot to find the right lights for our needs. I would recommend this company any time.— Janet Chin via Google Reviews
Octavio and his team were professional, the project was completed well within the time frame quoted and performed a meticulous job. He updated us timely on the status of the work. Very satisfied with the service.— Vinay via Homestars
I was very unhappy with the old track-lighting in our house and Octavio did a walk-through to suggest possible alternatives. Once we had a plan, he removed the tracks and did all the re-wiring necessary to hang some great new lights. I am extremely happy with the result, and with WireChief’s service. Octavio was always on time and courteous; he let me know ahead of time what was going to happen, and when he encountered obstacles he discussed them with me and offered solutions. I would recommend WireChief to anyone.— Jen via Homestars
When setting up their home office, most people tend to focus on the big purchase items–the desk, chair, and filing system. Lighting often comes up as an afterthought–and yet, poor lighting can cause eyestrain, headaches, and is most certainly not a mood enhancer. Pay attention, fellow workaholics, because considering the high percentage of time we spend toiling away, it makes sense to create a setting with optimal lighting.
Here’s what you need to know:
No matter how well-designed your home, bad lighting can easily kill the mood. Recessed pot lights are a great option that when used strategically can effectively remedy that—but they can turn your ceiling into Swiss cheese and shroud your quarters in dull light.
The goal of recessed pot lighting is to not only add visibility but also interest and ambiance to the environment. To that end, layering your lighting is vital: Combine recessed pot lighting with a variety of other types (such as decorative pendants, table lamps, sconces, or candles) to make rooms feel well balanced and inviting. This applies to both modern spaces, where recessed lighting is most often used, and to more traditional settings, such as old townhouses, where mindfully placed recessed lights can work wonders.