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Recessed Lighting By WAC Lighting

    Recessed Trims

    A recessed trim is the visible portion of the recessed light that is visible within your room. WAC Lighting makes high quality recessed trims which can blend into your ceiling or boldly stand out in a variety of styles and finishes to fit your needs.

    Recessed Housings

    Recessed housings are completely recessed into the ceiling and contains the electrical components to power your recessed light. WAC Lighting offers recessed housings to fit your needs, whether you need a new construction or remodel housing, IC or Non-IC rated, LED or low voltage, you will find the recessed housing you need.

    Suitable for use in any room, recessed lighting is a discreet way to create ambiance as well as functional light within a room. Recessed lighting is installed directly into the ceiling of your home, creating a clean and modern look. Choose from WAC Lighting's wide variety of recessed light options, including low voltage and LED options, to customize your ceiling lighting to meet your situation's ideal look and function.

    WAC Recessed Lighting FAQ’s
    • What do I need to purchase to make a complete recessed ceiling light?

    In order to obtain a complete recessed fixture, you will need to purchase a recessed housing and a recessed trim. Alternatively, WAC Lighting offers a 2 inch LED recessed light kit, which has a housing and trim integrated together, requiring you to purchase a single item for a complete ceiling light.

  • How do I pick a recessed housing?
  • Start with determining whether the housing is for new construction (new work) or an existing application (old work).  First, determine if it is new construction (new work) or existing construction (old work).  If there is drywall installed then you need an old work housing.  If there is no drywall then you need a new work housing.  Secondly, decide if you need a IC or Non-IC rated housing. IC stands for "Insulation Contact", If there will be insulation coming into contact or within three inches of the housing then make sure the housing you choose is IC rated. (Some building codes require IC rated housings regardless of whether there will be insulation contact or not, check your local code to ensure compliance.)

  • Where are MultiSpots best used?
  • WAC Lighting's MultiSpot recessed lights are best used in a situation that requires adjustable lighting as each light in a multiple spot is individually adjustable. Generally, they are best suited for retail and commercial situations, however, they could fit in perfect in a large room in your home.