Track lighting is a great way to add contemporary style to your kitchen, home office, or any other room in your home. Instead of the older, clunky tracks and heads, today’s track lights have many options for both the track itself as well as the size, style, and color of the light fixtures.
So if you’re redecorating and want to add a modern touch to your home, call Kolb Electric! Our team of licensed, local electricians has years of experience installing track lighting, and we can ensure that your system is built to last.
For track lighting installation in Maryland, Virginia, or Washington, DC, call Kolb Electric today at 877-287-1179877-287-1179!
What is track lighting?
Track lighting is a highly customizable lighting system that can be used primarily for accent and feature lighting in your kitchen, bathroom, family room, and anywhere else in your home. With a track lighting system, individual lights are hung from a track that screws into the ceiling. Lights can be independently angles and placed anywhere along the track, allowing you to highlight a specific workspace, piece of artwork, doorway or architectural detail. Track lighting is becoming increasingly popular as a way to give your home a subtle modern flair.
Track Lighting Voltage Options
As with most home lighting, there are two basic types of track lighting systems: line-voltage and low-voltage.
Line-voltage systems use standard electrical wires and current from your home—this setup provides 120 volts to the fixtures, and typically uses incandescent spot lights or flood lights with the largest light fixtures.
Low-voltage track lighting systems use a small, built-in transformer that cuts the current down to 12 volts and allows the system to use a greater variety of bulbs and light fixtures. Low-voltage track lights are typically much smaller than line-voltage lighting, but equally bright. Low-voltage track lighting bulbs also last longer, getting about 2-3,000 hours versus the 700 to 1,000 hours a line-voltage bulb will get. You can even use low-voltage LED track lighting systems, which can last an impressive 10,000 to 100,000 hours.
Call Kolb Electric today to explore your track lighting options in Maryland, Virginia, or Washington, DC—877-287-1179877-287-1179!
Why Call Kolb Electric?
We are a family owned and operated business that has been serving the Baltimore and Washington, DC Metropolitan areas since 1925. We are committed to providing superior electrical services for residential spaces, as well as industrial, commercial, and construction businesses. The valuable advantages we can offer you are great service, high quality products, and experienced workers at a competitive price.
With six local offices, five bucket trucks, and one of the largest fleets in the Mid-Atlantic Region we are able handle any size project.
Our services cover everything from new wiring to electrical maintenance and troubleshooting. No matter what your electrical needs are, we have the right solution, at the right price. Our electricians are fully licensed by state and local jurisdictions, assuring you that your electrical project will be installed to exact industry and code standards.
If you’re planning an electrical project and you’re looking for a quality job without the outrageous prices, contact us today to arrange for a free quote.
Our MD, DC, and VA Electricians Are…
- Courteous, professional, and punctual
- Knowledgeable and experienced
- Trained to handle any electrical issue or problem
- Accurate and efficient troubleshooters that can save you time and money
- Equipped with the latest diagnostic tools and parts
- Skilled in residential and commercial services
We provide track lighting installation in:
MARYLAND: Adamstown, Annapolis, Arnold, Ashton, Aspen Hill, Baltimore, Bel Air, Beltsville, Bethesda, Bowie, Catonsville, Chevy Chase, Clarksburg, Clarksville, Cockeysville, College Park, Columbia, Damascus, Dundalk, Elkridge, Ellicott City, Frederick, Gaithersburg, Glen Burnie, Hagerstown, Hampstead, Hyattsville, Ijamsville, Jessup, Kensington, La Plata, Lanham, Laurel, Laytonsville, Middletown, Montgomery Village, Mt. Airy, Myersville, New Market, Odenton, Olney, Pasadena, Potomac, Randallstown, Rockville, Sandy Spring, Severn, Silver Spring, Severn, Silver Spring, Takoma Park, Temple Hills, Timonium, Towson, Upper Marlboro, Waldorf, Wheaton,
VIRGINIA: Alexandria, Annandale, Arlington, Ashburn, Burke, Centreville, Chantilly, Crystal City, Dale City, Dulles, Fairfax, Falls Church, Fort Belvoir, Great Falls, Herndon, Leesburg, Lincoln, Lorton, Manassas, McLean, Oakton, Purcellville, Reston, Springfield, Stafford, Sterling, Vienna, Woodbridge, and