Recessed lighting is simply light that shines out through a “hole” in the ceiling, as compared to light that shines from behind a fixture.
Recessed lighting is also known in some places as a pot lighting, and a can lighting.
Recessed lighting was first developed in the 1940s and the technology of recessed lighting has improved greatly over the years.
Recessed lighting consists of two main parts; the housing, and the trim.
The housing is mostly above the ceiling and is the part whose technology has improved over time.
The trim is a round plastic trim piece that covers the edge of the can and the edge of the sheet rock.
This article contains links to other articles that provide more information and detail about different aspects of recessed lighting.
I hope you find these articles about recessed lighting interesting and useful.
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