Help & Advice
What are the different types of spotlight?
Bar – spolights mounted to a bar, that gives the ability to adjust the angle of the lights, which means light can be directed to multiple areas
Track – similar to Bar spolights, although they have the built in a ability to move the lights up and down the track. Track lights offer excellent versatility.
Single – a single adjustable spot on a back plate. An efficient way lighting an area, they are designed for using on a ceiling but due to their functionality can also be used on walls
Recessed – the perfect basic lighting. Fitted sunken into your ceiling, they can offer both directional and atmospheric lighting, depending on positioning.
How do I align spotlights correctly?
Do all spotlights swivel/tilt?
Are spotlights dimmable?
Many fittings already have dimmable functionality built in. For those that don’t, you’ll be able use dimmable bulbs and get your electrician to install the compatible dimmer that corresponds to your fitting.
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Can I use spotlights in my bathroom?
This will depend on the fitting’s IP rating. An IP rating classifies the degree of protection a fitting offers against moisture and liquid.
Lights that are being used in a bathroom need to be rated IP44 and above.