Anywhere you have cabinets, there is a chance that they will act as light blockers, preventing the counters beneath them from receiving the light they require for tasks like reading recipes or slicing vegetables. Installing under cabinet lights is one of the greatest ways to make sure you have sufficient lighting where you need it. Choosing the best option for you can be difficult, though, because there are so many available. Don’t worry; we’ll assist you in determining which lighting setup will suit your requirements and kitchen the best. Various Under Cabinet Lighting Styles Under-cabinet lights come in a range of alternatives, much like other house lighting systems; some will work better in particular homes than others. You can save time by being aware of what’s best for you and your house.

Various Under Cabinet Lighting Styles
Under-cabinet lights come in a range of alternatives, much like other house lighting systems; some will work better in particular homes than others. You can save time by being aware of what’s best for you and your house. Much like other house lighting systems, some will work better in particular homes than others. Knowing what will work best for you and your house can help you avoid wasting time or money on installation. Some people prefer spots over strips and cans over recess, we can help with the terminology and any questions you might have.

LED Under Cabinet Strip Lighting
Hardwired LED strip lighting installed beneath your cabinet enables you to easily manage your lights by connecting them to a switch. Since the wiring for a hardwired lighting system will connect to an existing circuit within the kitchen wall, hiding the wires is also made simpler. The only issue with hardwired lighting is that professional installation is necessary, whereas most individuals can install battery-powered or plugin lights themselves. Therefore, to ensure that it is done correctly and safely, hardwired lighting installation must be done by a trained electrician. Here at Ester Electrical, we excel with LED strip lighting and Kitchen LED bench lighting. Get in touch with us to see how we can be of help.

Dimmable LED Strip
Can the strip be dimmed? Yes, all LED strips can be dimmable on request, if you already have a dimmer switch, you can use it to control your LED lights or add a new one just for the LED Strip. Some have a remote control that you may use to remotely dim and brighten your lights. The ability to integrate LED under cabinet strip lighting into an existing smart home system is a significant benefit. With this feature, you may remotely control your home’s lights while you’re away from it and also use your voice to switch them on and off. See our blog post on smart home/ wireless automation here

How bright should the lighting under cabinets be?
This is a common question with a “how long is a piece of rope?” sort of answer. Generally, with kitchen lighting there are two main use times that require different lighting levels, the first is when cooking or using the kitchen, you want a bright high level of light for this type of environment. The second is at night when making a cup of tea or snack, you would generally want your lighting lower and not as bright. With a combination of sensors and dimmers we are able to achieve a perfect contrast between these two uses and reflect that in brilliantly executed and beautiful lighting.