Tired of the boring lights hanging from your shop ceiling? Why not take the time to make something that reflects your personality a bit more. Here are three inspirational designs that will give you a new outlook on shop lighting.
<p>If your garage doesn’t have enough outlets and you’re sick of squinting to see what you’re working on, then here’s the solution. Using PVC conduit and metal surface-mount electrical boxes, we’ll show you how to connect additional outlets to an existing garage outlet and how to add bright, energy-efficient fluorescent lights to an existing ceiling box without cutting into your walls or fishing wires. </p>
Frustrated by too few outlets in your garage? Lighting that’s too dim? Or maybe you just want to install a garage door opener and need a nearby plug-in. If so, this article is for you. Garage wiring has special rules. So before installing those extra outlets, read through the details in this story to make sure that you're doing it safely and according to the Electrical Code.
TRiLIGHT Motion Activated Garage Light -- The TRiLIGHT is a simple way to shed new light in your poorly lit garage. It screws into a standard lightbulb socket and features 3 adjustable light panels that use efficient LED bulbs to put out 3000 lumens of bright white light. That’s nearly 4-times brighter than a 60-watt bulb but uses just 25W. The TRiLIGHT also features a motion detection sensor, so it goes on instantly. A funded Kickstarter.