Basement lighting is great addition for your basement to catch more attention. This home area generally gives less attention in terms of overall design, function and ability to live. That is, unless you have or plan to change the basement area into a family room or recreation it really becomes part of the general useful living space at home. Basements are very similar to dark areas because they are underground and have few windows. Often these windows are guarded or half the windows are often inside the window wells, which reduces the availability of external light.
As a result, the main problem, but rarely considered, is the safety factor of navigation around a dimly lit area, especially if equipped with storage or other household appliances that are not often used. One of the first steps to consider improving the natural basement lighting is to clean the bushes or other plants or obstacles in the nearby light or adjacent to the underground windows.
This simple step can help improve the natural lighting in the basement. If you can enlarge or even add a window in the cell, it will also help a lot, but for many people, this entails costly costs that may end up in the list of projects that need funding. Traditional basement lighting in the basement usually consists of cheap, practical lighting and a “just taste”. You can use bright naked lights or long tube fluorescent fittings.