If you want to add more cans and already have drywall installed you would use the remodel can, all you do is cut 6" hole wire it up and slide the can into the hole and they have 4 clips that snap in which clips behind the back of the drywall and uses the lip of the can to hold them in place.
I assume I would also buy the "new construction" type, and depending on whether there is insulation, to buy the appropriate kinds. So I buy the housing and trim for each recessed light, is that all? It is possible to to cut the hole to fit a 6" can and remove the existing 4" can depending on space in the ceiling you will have to cut the old housing into pieces to get it out of the 6" hole unless you cut out more drywall.
Adding recessed lighting is a great way to update and modernize your home.
However, if you already have older and dated recessed lighting you may be wondering how in the world you can make it look fresh and modern without completely replacing your lighting.
hi: I am looking at having someone install some recessed lights: 1. New construction cans are made for installing before drywall is up or for suspended ceilings.
This is a shot of our kitchen before we closed on the house. There are a few ridiculous things in this picture that we knew we wanted to address.
A halogen track light system makes it easy to spotlight a specific spot.
The lights can be adjusted to suit your needs whether it is task lighting over an island or a spotlight for a special cabinet.
If you get a reading, stop immediately and turn off the correct circuit at the main box. If you cannot locate the proper circuit, call an electrician.
Pendant lights are also a great way to add personality to your kitchen.