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For Energy Efficient Lighting Think Tubular

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Our AIP Professional’s Tip for better aging in place is from Certified Aging in Place Specialist and Certified Green Professional, Ken Bryan, owner of KBC, Inc. Ken, says:

AIP Pro Tip from Ken Bryan owner of KBC, Inc.
Ken Bryan, Full Service Design/Build Remodeling
Contractor.

“Many homes at night are difficult to navigate safely to locate light switches. Tube skylights located in the kitchen, bathrooms and hallways can add natural light to the area and sometimes eliminate the need for artificial lighting. Energy efficient tube lights works by capturing sunlight on the rooftop and then redirecting it down a reflective tube into your home. The tubing fits between rafters and installs easily with no structural modification. You have your choice of diffuser and type of lighting effect to match the decor of your your home.”

Ken Bryan is owner of KBC, Inc. a well known Design / Build company serving the greater Cincinnati area in Ohio. Founded in 1987 the KBC team is comprised of skilled architects, carpenters and trade contractors. KBC, Inc. specializes in room additions, kitchen, bathroom, and basement remodeling, as well as composite decks, screened porches, commercial remodeling, universal design and handyman tasks.

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