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Indoor Lighting

Indoor Lighting

Your home is a statement about you and how you show it off can be determined by how you choose to illuminate it. Using the right type of lighting can dramatically change the look and feel of any room. Let the professional team of electricians at Bradley Mechanical transform your living space with light.

Accent Lights

Accent lighting brings attention to a particular object or area by focusing light onto it. It is often placed inside alcoves, beneath furniture or used to shine along a stairway or walkway. Accent lighting adds style and drama to a space by creating a point of interest with light. Wall lights, track lighting and picture lights can all be used to display special features of a room.

Auto On/Off Lighting

Provide safety and security for your home while saving energy with automatic lights. We can install bulbs with built-in sensors to turn on at dusk and off at dawn or to react to any motion detected. No more leaving unneeded lights on throughout the day.

Dimmers

A dimmer switch is used to control the amount of voltage going to a light fixture. Instead of only having two settings, on and off, a dimmer switch can gradually change the level of brightness. Even some models have smart features that allow you to make changes from devices like phones or tablets. Not only is it an easy way to set the mood, a dimmer switch can also save money on the power bill. Dimming a light not only reduces its energy consumption, it also reduces strain on the bulb allowing it to last longer.

Programmable Lighting

As home automation has become more popular, it is now easier and more affordable to upgrade how you control the lighting inside your home. From programmable switches to smart bulbs, everything can be controlled remotely from a mobile device. We can set up a lighting control system for your entire home.

Recessed Lighting

Recessed lighting, sometimes referred as can lights, uses a bulb and socket assembly that is installed within the ceiling. Installed properly, recessed can lights rarely need any maintenance. Their low profile also works well for low ceilings.

Under Cabinet Lighting

Under cabinet lighting, as the name suggests, refers to lights installed under cabinetry. It is most often used in the kitchen where additional lighting is needed. Under cabinet lighting is an inexpensive way to put light directly where it is needed and can be installed directly into the cabinets. Under cabinet lights come in a variety of types and styles including pucks that create “hot spots” of light and bar or strip lights that illuminate evenly across the lamp.

If you would like to upgrade the interior lighting of your home or office, give Bradley Mechanical a call today at (804) 748-6728. Our electricians will be glad to discuss options and ideas with you. We have been serving the electrical needs of Central Richmond for over 50 years.

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