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weedyacres

lighting for low-overhead unfinished basement

weedyacres
8 years ago

We have a 1920-built house with an unfinished, low-overhead basement. Meaning about 6' at on end, and 7' at the other end (sloped floor to send water to the corner drain).

It had a bunch of porcelain single-bulb fixtures mounted throughout, but Mr. Weedy bumped his head enough times (I have managed to sufficiently duck and weave) that he ripped them out and wants a different solution.

Is there a light that would recess between the overhead floor joists but still sufficiently cast light round about?

There are 4 small windows so there's weak light during the day, but we need it to see at night too.

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