02:55PM | 12/02/08
Member Since: 08/13/08
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I am remodeling my house and am working on the kitchen at the moment which is located on the first floor, obviously. While I have seen recessed lights on the first floor, what precautions did I need to take? I have 2x10 joists and plan on using IC fixtures but is there anything else I need to do? Everything I read is related to recessed lights with the upper part in attics, etc.

Thanks in advance.


06:09AM | 11/17/10
Member Since: 07/01/07
2 lifetime posts
Just make sure that it is fluorscent type recessed lights to be per up to code, etc.

doug seibert

09:53AM | 11/17/10
Member Since: 08/10/02
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Title 24.....Re: require energy efficient ONLY a Republic of Kalifornia thing........

"......measure Once.....cut Twice....

throw that one away and cut a new one...."


03:59PM | 07/27/11
Member Since: 07/27/11
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There isn't really any precautions when you are remodeling your kitchen lighting. However I would caution to make sure your wiring is neatly done and there is no live wires. Where are you getting your low voltage lighting from?


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