Track lighting produced by us are in many shapes and sizes. It can be used in residential and commercial applications as a source of accent lighting to illuminate shelves and artwork, task lighting over kitchen islands, or even ambient lighting in long, narrow rooms like hallways. There are three types of tracks: H, J, and L. If you already have track lights that you are trying to extend, it is very important to match the type of track because H, J, and L tracks are not compatible with each other. These different types of track all come in single or two (dual) circuit options and have similar lamp heads and accessories.
Track lighting fixtures are installed in homes, commercial properties, and apartment buildings. It is a gorgeous way to create a cohesive lighting style in your room. A track is the long beam-shaped object that connects the ceiling with the light fixtures. Track light is powered through spotlights, flood lights, or pendant lights. Most often track lights are angled at art or objects. So, if you have wall decor in your living room, you would angle your track spot light there. Also, if you tend to move your furniture around often, you can move the track lights with it to ensure you continue to shine light on your furniture even in the new location. This makes track lighting fixtures very versatile. They also work in living rooms, bedrooms, or kitchens – essentially any room of the home!
How to choose the type of track lighting? First things first is which circuit track do you need: a single or dual circuit track. Single circuit tracks mean all the track heads turn on and off together; with dual circuit tracks, you can have two groups of track heads synced to turn on and off independently of one another.
We offer a large selection of track lights, tracks, led track lighting and accessories so you can find everything you need in one place. Put together your track lighting system with a little help from Gorgeous Group.