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Open Office LightingHere are all the ways to light an open office.
Use recessed lights for basic general lighting where you have room in the ceiling for recessed lighting. Incandescent recessed lights give a brilliant white light and a brighter look in basement areas. Click here for our selection of recessed lighting.
Also required by code, Emergency Lighting supplies battery back-up illumination when the power goes out. There are combination exit sign / emergency lights that accomplish both tasks while saving installation and maintenance cost.
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Don’t forget Life safety building codes require installation of exit signs so that you can locate the nearest exit. The new LED Exit Signs require no lamp replacement for 25 years and burn almost no electricity.
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Fluorescents are energy efficient and provide good general illumination for playrooms, workshops or general storage rooms. Use lay-in fixtures if you have a hung ceiling or wraparounds for surface mounting. Click here for our selection of fluorescent lighting.
Add energy efficiency and hands-free convenience to your office lighting with occupancy sensors. These sensors will turn on the lights automatically whenever anyone enters the office and will remain on as long as motion occurs once every 15 minutes. Lights turn off automatically whenever the office is vacant. If open office areas have high partitions, ultrasonic occupancy sensors are the most effective choice.
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Incandescent track lights give a brilliant white light. In a basement, they give the space a more finished look. Click here for our selection of track lighting.
|Surface Mounted Spotlights and Directional Lights|
Perfect for decorative lighting effects where you don't want to install track lights or recessed lights. Use surface-mounted spotlights and directional lights to highlight pictures and architectural elements in hallways, offices, conference rooms and other areas where task lighting is needed.
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|Under cabinet Lighting|
Task Lighting is best accomplished by placing under cabinet fluorescent fixtures under cubicle bookcases or office cabinets. They are energy efficient and put glare-free lighting directly above work surfaces.
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Find a wide selection of wall sconces to add decorative up lighting to your office area. Click here for our selection of wall sconces from Lightolier, Kichler & Progress Lighting.
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