Basement lighting – Cellars tend to feel dark and dank, partly because of the lack of daylight and partly because they’re naturally moist areas in your home because of the concrete absorb moisture from the ground. Bright lighting helps chase away the darkness, and it does not break your budget.
You do not need to spend lots of money to get good quality lighting. Check your local businesses to see if there is a re-construction materials store in your basement lighting area. These stores generally have older equipment that was removed during other remodels, but you can find basic fixtures that will work for a fraction of today’s retail prices.
If you do not have such a store in your basement lighting area, check thrift stores, or call your local builders association to find out what area entrepreneurs are doing with the light fixtures came out dwellings built on. You can also often find industrial style lighting or special fixtures in shops that go bankrupt. The lighting units that are part of the building is unlikely to be sold, but the fixtures that are used for special screens may be available, and can be the kind of high-intensity light basement needs.
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