What we mean by this is that a kitchen with inadequate lighting can be a hassle. Kitchens rely on high quality lighting to help assist concentration intensive tasks, such as food preparation. Sometimes a single light source is unable to provide the necessary illumination required for surface top work underneath kitchen cabinets. You might not be able to see whether your chicken is cooked fully or how much seasoning you have put on your food. Food preparation requires an attention to detail that demands another layer of light in your kitchen to shed some light on the situation.
These Lights are the best choice for upgrading your kitchen lighting. Their flexible design enables users to install them in tight, enclosed spaces, while their linear design makes them perfect for trailing along straight edges. They are also very energy efficient. A single meter of strip will use anything as little as 7.4 watts, which is very impressive for effects lighting.
By installing strips onto the underside of a kitchen cabinet you will create a splash of concentrated illumination that is ideal for working by. They will immediately remove any shadow from work surfaces and allow you to see clearly what you are doing at all times. This is especially important when you are dealing with raw foods and sharp utensils.
Installation is very straightforward, but before you even buy your LED strips it is worth looking around the kitchen walls and identifying all of the available electrical outlets. The installation should always begin from your outlets as ultimately they have to be able to reach a power source. If you have a single outlet then you will have to work from here. If you have multiple outlets then you should choose the one closest to where you want to install your lighting. Ideally you will want to use the socket farthest to the left or right of your cabinets.
You should always bear in mind that the power cable connecting the strip light to the wall socket, including the transformer and CAT lead, is approximately two meters in length. If you plan on installing your lights over two metres from a socket then you will need an extension lead. If you already have your lights at this point then simply line the power cable up to see if it will reach. If not you should be able to make a decent estimate using a tape measure.