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Air Tight Recessed Lighting Housings

Okay, let's state the obvious. Installing recessed lighting means poking holes in your ceiling. Of course once the housing is in its rightful place the hole is mostly closed up. However, if you are looking to ensure that none of the conditioned air in your room seeps into that non-conditioned ceiling cavity above, then you will want an air tight recessed lighting housing. These sealed recessed cans are very popular in commercial applications to help better manage the cost of heating and cooling in very large spaces. However, even homeowners can enjoy their benefits and increase the overall energy-efficiency of their homes. Whether you have a new construction or remodel project, there is an airtight recessed light fixture for you.
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