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Lowe's: Utilitech Recessed Ceiling Light Kits from $5 (Save 60%) YMMV

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Lowe's has some Utilitech recessed light kits on sale, save 60%. YMMV.
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Utilitech White Standard Remodel Recessed Light Kit (Fits Opening: 3-in) - $4.39
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Utilitec...in/3014681

Utilitech Nickel Standard Remodel Recessed Light Kit (Fits Opening: 3-in) - $5.19
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Utilitec...in/3015246

Utilitech White Remodel Recessed Light Kit (Fits Opening: 5-in) - $5.99

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Utilitec...in/3150995

Utilitech White with White Baffle Remodel Recessed Light Kit (Fits Opening: 4-in) - $6.79

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Utilitec...in/3150985

Utilitech White with Frosted Glass Remodel Recessed Light Kit (Fits Opening: 5-in) - $9.99
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Utilitec...in/3150997
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Anyone have any feedback on these?

I want to add about 6 of these to a living room thats about 20x30.
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I think these all use halogen bulbs, which is why they are getting rid of them.
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I think these all use halogen bulbs, which is why they are getting rid of them.
Thats what I was thinking after looking at all of them. With CFL production ending at the end of the year, even tho the reviews say this can handle the LED equivalent, idk.
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Depending on the style and voltage of bulb, you may be able to get an led. That is what I did and i have a low wattage lighting up my address.
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Good price, but I went with LED fixtures. The new ones are amazing and super low profile. You don't have to worry about this huge thing sticking up in your attic and whether it's insulation contact rated or not.
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Good price, but I went with LED fixtures. The new ones are amazing and super low profile. You don't have to worry about this huge thing sticking up in your attic and whether it's insulation contact rated or not.
Have this exact project coming up... anything you can recommend? (Link?)
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Have this exact project coming up... anything you can recommend? (Link?)
I like these.

https://m.lowes.com/pd/Project-So.../999918952

They go on sale for $10 off occasionally.
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Can insulation be put on top of these?
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I like these.

https://m.lowes.com/pd/Project-So.../999918952

They go on sale for $10 off occasionally.
Do these mount without cutting in to the sheetrock? I am concerned about creating air leaks into the attic. I'm sure there must be a hole for the wire at least.
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Do these mount without cutting in to the sheetrock? I am concerned about creating air leaks into the attic. I'm sure there must be a hole for the wire at least.
You will need a light fixture rated electrical box to contain the splices and support the fixture. What I like to do is seal all of the wire knockouts with 3M fire caulk and seal the perimeter of the box to the drywall with regular white caulk. Local code rules may vary.

These also come in an 11 inch version.
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