Lighting Design and Installation Shoreline WA
Lighting at Power Electric is the industry standard in the greater Shoreline Area. Read below the images to learn about our lighting exptertise. We do not cut corners, we won’t hit you with hidden fees and we will certainly not over promise on time and quality. If a job is going to take a few weeks we will be upfront with you about that and not say we will have it done in a matter of days just to get the sale. We aren’t in this for transactional relationships, we are in the business of building strong relationships. We hope you give us a chance to build one with you.
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· Home Inspection
· Electrical Panel
· Heating and Cooling
· Lighting Design and Installation
· EV Charger Installation
· Generator Installation
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Why Choose Power Electric for your lighting?
There are several reasons why you should hire an electrician to do your lighting installation:
Safety: Lighting installation involves working with electricity, which can be dangerous if not handled properly. Electricians are trained and licensed professionals who know how to safely install and wire lighting fixtures to ensure the safety of the building’s residents.
Code compliance: Electricians are familiar with the local building codes and electrical codes and will ensure that the lighting installation is in compliance with all relevant regulations. This can save you from potential fines or even having to redo the work.
Proper installation: Electricians have the knowledge and experience to properly install lighting fixtures, including ensuring that they are securely mounted and wired correctly to prevent electrical fires or other hazards.
Energy efficiency: Electricians can help you choose lighting fixtures that are energy-efficient and can help you save money on your energy bills. They can also provide tips on how to use your lighting most efficiently.
Trouble-shooting: Electricians can troubleshoot any issues with your lighting installation, including fixing any problems with the wiring or connections.
Warranty: By hiring an electrician, you can ensure that the work will be covered by the electrician’s warranty, which gives you peace of mind in case of any problems.
Overall, hiring an electrician to do your lighting installation is a smart choice as it guarantees that your installation is done safely, efficiently and to the code, which can ultimately save you time and money in the long run.
Different Lighting Designs
There are many different types of lighting designs offered by electricians and lighting design professionals. Some of the most common types include:
Ambient lighting: This type of lighting provides overall illumination for a room and is typically provided by ceiling fixtures such as chandeliers, recessed lights, or flush-mount lights.
Task lighting: This type of lighting is designed to illuminate specific areas or tasks, such as a work surface or reading area. Task lighting can be provided by pendant lights, under-cabinet lights, or wall-mounted sconces.
Accent lighting: This type of lighting is used to highlight artwork, architectural features, or other decorative elements. Accent lighting can be provided by track lighting, spotlights, or picture lights.
Decorative lighting: This type of lighting is used to add a decorative touch to a room and can include chandeliers, pendant lights, wall sconces, and table lamps.
Natural lighting: This type of lighting utilizes natural light from windows, skylights, or solar tubes to provide illumination.
Mood lighting: This type of lighting is used to create a specific atmosphere or ambiance in a room. Mood lighting can be provided by dimmable lights, color-changing lights, or smart lights.
Outdoor lighting: This type of lighting is used to illuminate the exterior of a building, including the landscaping, walkways, and other outdoor areas. Outdoor lighting can include floodlights, spotlights, or path lights.
Commercial lighting: This type of lighting is designed for commercial spaces, such as offices, retail stores, or warehouses, and can include high-bay lighting, troffers, and wall packs.
These are just some of the many types of lighting designs offered by electricians and lighting design professionals. They can work with you to create a custom lighting plan that meets your specific needs and preferences.