Learn Everything About Lighting
At Pegasus Lighting, we like to dispel the mystery of lighting projects by equipping our customers with the know-how to conquer any lighting design. That’s why we developed the Pegasus Lighting Learn Center, a virtual hub of lighting tips, articles, installation guides and how-to’s that will take your lighting project from start to finish. Whether you need a little bit of information or a lot, we’re dedicated to providing you with a positive learning experience in lighting. Dive in!
Six Ways LED Tape Lights Can Change Your LifeFeatured Article
LED strip lighting is seriously underrated. Maybe you are not convinced yet, but there are WAY more pros than cons about LED strip lighting. Here's why...
How To Layout Recessed Lighting in 4 Easy Steps
If you're using recessed lights (aka cans, high hats, pot lights, or downlights) to provide the general lighting in a room, follow these tips to create the ideal level of brightness.
Use Lighting to Increase Your Home SecurityFeatured Article
Prevent intrusions and crime while increasing your safety, and others, by installing an outdoor security light to the wall or roof of your home, office or commercial building, or even within the surrounding landscaping.
How to Have Great Lighting in a Rental
When a landlord is in control, renters often have to compromise for inadequate lighting. This post will teach you how to have great lighting in any space.
How To Install Recessed Puck Lights In 8 Easy StepsFeatured Article
If you're ready to install recessed puck lights for task or accent lighting in any space, follow these simple tips. Perfect lighting here you come!
How To Hardwire Under Cabinet Lights
For seamless convenience in the kitchen, you should hardwire under cabinet lights. This article will teach you how to do so, from start to finish.
Pulse Start vs. Probe Start Metal Halide Lamps: What's The Difference?Featured Article
Discover the differences between probe start and pulse start metal halide lamps.
Electricity and Light Resource Guide
We use electricity everyday even though we cannot see or touch it. Most items in our houses, schools, and offices are powered by electricity, such as televisions, computers, phones, lamps, microwave ovens, kettles, heaters, fans, video game systems, and plenty more. So what exactly is electricity?
Hundreds of Lighting TermsLighting can be confusing. Sort through the jargon with our exhaustive list of lighting terms, complete with helpful illustrations and easy to read definitions. Whether you are working on a DIY home improvement project, an expansive commercial design or a middle school science project, our lighting glossary is sure to “enlighten” you!