How To Change Your Fluorescent Light Cover Panels
Fluorescent Lights 101:
Change the Light Covers Vs. Buying A New Light Fixtures
The first thing to do is decide if the light fixture is the problem or the light cover is the problem. Some don’t know that you can get replacement light covers and that you don’t need to replace the whole fixture. This could save you big when changing fluorescent light covers.
Next, we want to look at any distinguishing name on the light cover or the fixture itself. A good thing to remember is “light covers or replacement light panels are usually transversal between brands”. In other words brands like Lithonia and Keystone and or common sizes like t8 f34 fluorescent bulbs have universal donors. for example, let’s say you want to replacement for this light cover.
Well, simply enough you can if you know a little information about the light or the fixture you can easily find a replacement from Fluorolite Plastics.
We have two easy ways to find replacement parts. You can take the size, width, length, height. Head over to the Vaportight section of our website and quickly find your replacement part. Here I’ll make it easy click this link here if you are interested in Vaportights
Usually, the size of the plastic cover is all you need. If you do get lost you can use our Quote System.
Replacing a fixture can be expensive but the old saying is “if it isn’t broke don’t fix it” instead look at replacing the light cover. We can take a look at the different light covers that we have and see which one works the best for your situation.
Wrap Around Covers
Vaportight Light Covers
Replacement Vaportight Clips
Circline Light Cover
Drop Dish Replacement Light Covers
Clouds (Round Corners) & Puffs (Square Corners) Replacement Light Covers
Snap-In Replacement Light Covers
Frameless Lenses Replacement Light Covers
Under Cabinet Light Covers
Wall Packs/Sconces Replacement Light Covers
Elevator Light Covers
Scenic Panels Replacement Light Covers
Replacement Hospital / Nurse Call Stations
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