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Roger Piepenstock

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Roger Piepenstock
On 26/08/2021, 16:50

The simple answer is yes.

 

There are two options, if you have access above the ceiling void ie. The floorboards are up upstairs or there is a logft above you can use one of our insulated covers which will also help to stop the heat escaping in the ceiling void. These are placed on top of the downlight and then the insulation is put over them.

 

If you are unable to put a cover above the fitting and have to fit it from below, we would recommend using a downlight guard such as https://www.diy.com/departments/diall-recessed-downlight-guard-pack-of-3/1330705_BQ.prd

 

Installation for these is not difficult. Once the hole is cut, the downlight guard should be inserted and then our housing fitted so the guard is kept in place between the Levello Housing and the plasterboard. The only thing to watch out for is the guard will impede the directional fitting at certain angles, it will still have a good range of movement but we would suggest fitting it so that the vertical sides of the guard are parallel to the area which you wish to illuminate.


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