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What is the difference between Incandescent and Halogen Light Bulbs?
Both incandescent and halogen light bulbs use a filament to produce light. However, halogen bulbs are designed to operate more efficiently than incandescent bulbs
How do you change the light bulb in a Bristol style ceilling light fixture?
The Bristol fixture has a trim that hangs from rails on the ends of the fixture.....
For the Ultra Sleek Undercabinet lights, do i need to order the wire to connect to the direct wire box?Or does that come with each light I order?
We price our Super Sleek Under cabinet fixtures with the bulb, mounting hardware, and one direct connector. You do need to purchase a connecting cable of the length you require to run to the hard wire box. You can, however, use the direct connector for that purpose if you want the box adjecent to the fixture.  
How do I remove the wood grid from your oak wood grid fixtures so I can change the bulbs?Thanks.
There are two methods for removing the wood trim on a Brodwax Fixture - depending on the age and model of the item.  
Can i use a Leviton fluorescent dimmer to dim your SG5-6 fixture.Or do you have a fixture I can use?
No. Unfortunately dimming fluorescent fixtures requires a compatible dimming ballast......
I plan on using eight slim-line T5 (4'), grounded, commercial fixtures in a hospital cabinet. They require 277 volt capability. What would be required?
At this time, all of our Super Sleek T4 and T4 slim under cabinet fixtures are designed to operate on 110-120 volt systems only. We do have T8 fixtures, including under cabinet, that can operate from 110 volt - 277 volt using a multivolt / multi hertz ballast. I am not aware of any T4 fixtures that are designed to operate at 277 volt at this time. Sorry :(  

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