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Energy Saving LED Disk Light
By: Jodi Marks
The Commercial Electric LED disk light makes it easy to replace incandescent recessed or other ceiling mounted light fixtures with energy efficient LED lights. Simply remove the existing light fixture or recessed trim, and replace it with the LED disk light.
The LED bulb provides up to 25,000 hours of light and is 750 lumens bright (equivalent to a 65-watt incandescent light bulb). It’s dimmable and comes with a five year limited warranty.
Commercial LED disk lights are available at The Home Depot. Watch this video to find out more.
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Jodi Marks: You know, recessed lighting is really cool. But you can get recessed lighting in a blink of an eye with this little fixture I’ve got right here. Now, this is a Commercial Electric LED disk light. And how does this work, you say?
Well, this is perfect if you already have an existing junction box, say, up in your ceiling. You could take the light fixture down, and this can be hardwired to that junction box and popped into place, and you have an instant recessed looking light.
The nice thing about this, too, is it’s got an LED light. Well, what does that mean? It’s not going to overheat, it’s energy efficient, and you get a nice, warm glow of an LED light that looks like an incandescent light.
Now, what if you already have recessed lighting in your house or in your kitchen, and let’s say you want to switch it out for an LED recessed light? Well, all you have to do is take this, right here, it’s a little adapter that comes in this kit. And you just pop it right into place, and it will clip right into your existing can.
Well, you know that existing cans operate on the old light bulb that you screw up into the socket. Well, this kit also comes with this little pigtail. And all you do is you screw it up into the can. And now all you have to do, you just connect this right here, and look how bright that light is.
Again, this is just a quick and easy way to get a recessed-looking light in no time.