As for the interior decoration of a house, lighting is really important, not only for practical illumination but also for room beautification. There are many kinds of lights for you to choose, but today we will only focus on LED recessed lighting which refers to fixtures that are set into ceilings or walls. LED recessed lighting is mainly composed of two parts: the housing which is hidden in the ceiling that you can’t see and the trim which is visible. There are two types of housings, New Construction and Remodel. The former is used when you have full access to the place where your LED recessed lighting is going to be installed while the latter is used when you have limited or no access to the space above the lighting fixture. In order to pick the right housing, you have also to differentiate IC rated housings and Non-IC rated housings. IC is short for insulation contact, thus you may have guessed what they mean literally: IC rated housing means the fixture can come in direct contact with the insulation while its opposite means the fixture should be kept at least 3 inches from the insulation at all times.
LED recessed lighting possesses all the advantages of LED lighting, including energy-efficiency, less heat production, no harmful emission and so on. LED recessed lighting are more appropriate to be used as recessed lighting because changing recessed lighting can be quite a demanding and awkward job, and the durability of LED recessed lighting can reduce your times of replacement. The following LED recessed lighting is 11w, dimmable, can be used as a replacement of the 130w halogen bulb. It works with most of the dimmers and has a flood beam angle of 120 degree. Installation is quite easy and the E26 base is included. There are certifications, EnergyStar, UL, PSE, and FCC, to ensure you about the quality.