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Introduction to Cable Lighting Cable Lighting systems are a new and contemporary way to add a lighting designs to your home. Cable Lighting fixtures are sleek, modern and flexible with styles. All have the extraordinary ability to be installed unobtrusively in even the most challenging of spaces. Cable Lighting systems are similar to traditional track lighting or Monorail Lighting systems and are often lumped in the same category. However, Cable Lighting has many different components, the largest being that the lights are hung off of a wire system, rather than mounted on a track. Cable Lighting is often installed in a location where standard lighting would be impractical. Cable lighting is often used in spaces with tricky ceilings or mounting surfaces and spaces with standard or flat ceilings. When the ceiling is fine for any use, the choice of cable lighting is largely a matter of design preference over monorail or traditional track lighting. Components needed to put your cable lighting systems together include the cable itself, connectors, power feeds and supports. Cable Lighting fixtures include pendants, spotlight heads and other hardware. Different Types and Applications of Cable Lighting Cable Lighting ranges from $100 - $1,000 depending on amount and quality. Styles that are offered include modern contemporary, transitional, as well as craftsman-mission style. Available finishes include nickel, white, black, bronze, among many others. Cable Lighting bulb types offered include LED, incandescent, and halogen. To view all the Cable Lighting systems, visit Capitol Lighting online at 1800lighting.com or specifically, view our Cable Lighting page. Design and Installation of Cable Lighting Cable lighting systems are most commonly used in spaces with challenging mounting surfaces. Sometimes the ceiling is too high, is cathedral or vaulted, or is frequently interrupted by column or soffits, beams or exposed ceiling work. It is in these situations that Cable Lighting comes in handy because it can be installed wall to wall or beam to beam with just two mounts, without any vertical support at all. Usually the cable runs 20 feet maximum but if there are situations where more than 20 feet is needed, it is recommended to have some type of vertical support to prevent extra tension on the wire and mounts on the wall. The primary support and conductive wire used in cable lighting systems is a reinforced, tin-plated 10-gauge cable. Capitol Lighting carries Ceiling Lighting such as Chandeliers, Pendant Lighting, Foyer Lanterns, Island Lights, Flush Mounts, Semi Flush Mounts, Track Lighting and Monorail Lighting, Cable Lighting, Indoor Spot Lights, Lighted Pot Racks, Recessed Lighting, Recessed Lighting Housing and Trim, LED Recessed Lighting, and Pool/Billiard Lighting. How to Choose the Best Cable Lighting System Cable Lighting Systems comes in many different styles and Capitol Lighting’s 1800Lighting.com, has them all! Capitol Lighting offers indoor and outdoor lighting, and everything in between! Speak with our professionally trained staff to find Cable Lighting that will fit perfectly for what you had in mind. For high quality, great looking, functional and affordable light fixtures, like Cable Lighting, visit Capitol Lighting online.