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recessed lighting and popcorn ceiling

Posted by poorowner (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 20, 09 at 18:53

I am interested to install 4" recessed lighting above a counter top. Unfortunately this area does have popcorn ceiling. (it's in the future plan to remove them but not now)

I want to know will the trim look bad in anyway? There would be unsightly gap on the trim, due to the popcorn in the way. I could scrape off around the trim but I must do a clean job?

For this reason I am considering tradition track lights, Can't decide yet. I am also interested in surface mounted puck lights that won't draw as much attention to the popcorn.


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RE: recessed lighting and popcorn ceiling

Puck lighting is for cabinets and would not be strong enough on a ceiling. They are also difficult and expensive to relamp.


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RE: recessed lighting and popcorn ceiling

poorowner-
And when you get around to removing that popcorn ceiling, have it tested for asbestos first....

Here is a link that might be useful: Popcorn ceiling removal


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