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Pendant Lighting

Pendant lighting creates a pleasing aesthetic in your home. Whether you hang a pendant over your kitchen island or your dining room table, you will enjoy additional lighting and an attractive style. If you’re considering installing new pendant lighting in your home, working with a qualified electrician will ensure that the lights are a beautiful and functional addition to your home.

For pendant lighting installation or for help repairing a broken pendant light, give Kolb Electric a call. Our qualified electricians will get the job done, so you can have the look and function you want in your home. Call 877-287-1179 or reach out online to discuss your needs today.

What Are Pendant Lights?

A pendant light mounts to the ceiling and hangs down on a rod or a chain. These ceiling light fixtures are often hung in groups, with three or more together. They benefit the home by bringing the light closer to the surface they are lighting, often a counter or table. Pendant lights come in a wide range of styles and create a dramatic look in your home.

Is pendant lighting right for you? Talk to the team at Kolb Electric to learn more about pendant lighting.

Common Types of Pendant Lighting

There are many types of pendant lights that fulfill a number of different purposes. The team at Kolb Electric can install all of them. Some common types of pendant lighting include:

  • Mini Pendants – These small versions of a pendant light often hang over a desk area or kitchen island.
  • Multi-Light Pendants – These pendant lights connect to one central fixture but have multiple lights hanging down.
  • Down Light Pendants – These lights direct the light downward to illuminate a specific area. They work well for project work areas.
  • Up Light Pendants – These pendant lights provide more general illumination because they project light upward.
  • Drum Pendants – These lights have a cylindrical shape and are a versatile pendant light.

Not sure which light is right for you? Reach out to Kolb Electric for help installing pendant lighting and other ceiling light fixtures in Maryland, Virginia, or Washington, DC.

Pendant Light Installation FAQ

Here are some answers to common questions about pendant light installation services.

What’s the best place to put a pendant light?

Pendant light installation is possible in any area of your home. The more common areas to install these lights are above kitchen tables or islands, but they can be used in entryways, hallways, staircases, and more.

How should I space pendant lighting?

Spacing can be a personal choice based on the look you’re going for, but in general, you should hang the pendant so it hovers between 30 and 36 inches above the surface they’re illuminating. If the lighting will be above a floor, make sure it is at least 72 inches above the ground level. You can increase this distance if you have tall people living in your home. Plan 12 to 18 inches between each fixture.

Where can I mount pendant lighting?

With the help of a professional electrician, you can run the wiring and safely install these lights wherever they feel appropriate.

Want to Install Pendant Lights in Northern Virginia or Maryland?Contact Kolb Electric

In Maryland, Washington, DC, or Virginia, pendant light installation could be the key to making your home attractive and modern. If you’re looking for pendant light installation services “near me,” Kolb Electric is ready to serve.

Contact our professional electricians at 877-287-1179 or reach out online for professional pendant light installation in Virginia, Washington, DC, and Maryland.

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