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Low Voltage Lighting

When lighting is part of your interior decorating style, but the distracting wiring isn’t, you need to consider our low voltage lighting options. Contact us to discuss and install low voltage lighting for a variety of styles and purposes.

Low Voltage Lighting for Subtle Style

Since lower voltage lighting requires less energy, you can have the light you need while keeping the hardware hidden from view. This is important to homeowners who want to build a subtle style and don’t want dangling wires to obscure the view. When you team with an expert electrician, you can incorporate the accent light you need with the subtlety to complete the look.

Low Voltage Accent Lighting

Low voltage lighting can be used to place focus on any part of your home that you desire. Highlight furniture, the ceiling, or a piece of artwork with accent lighting from Mister Sparky Electric. Schedule an appointment with one of our lighting experts to design and install your accent lighting.

Low Voltage Work Space Lighting

Low voltage lighting creates the ideal light choice for your work space. Have the exact amount of light you desire when working at a table or desk. Schedule with Mister Sparky Electric for the light you need to get to work.

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