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I currently have the standard exposed pull chain light bulb in my unfinished basement. Can this easily be converted into a light fixture that houses multiple bulbs? Trying to get more light from the light housing that is already installed. 
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Posted 2020-07-27T02:35:51+0000  by Matt11 Matt11
 
If you don't mind how it looks $3 will solve your problem along with a couple of 100 watt bulbs.

But you can install any number of flushmount ceiling fixtures that accept multiple bulbs or something like a fluorescent strip light.


Posted 2020-07-27T10:58:46+0000  by Adam444

Hey Matt11,


There's another option you can choose besides the ones that Adam has already showed you.


You can also opt for simply screwing in a new very high lumens fixture with built in LED lights.


Shown below and linked here, it's one of the easiest ways to upgrade your lighting big time without having to do any additional wiring or adapters. 



Beyond Bright Garage Light As Seen On TV Single Pole Occupancy LED Garage  Light | eBay


The reason I'm mentioning it in this post is that I've seen how powerful it is. It has 3,500 lumens of light. 


Compare that to just around 650 lumens of a 60 watt equivalent light bulb.


Let us know if that has assisted you.


Joseph

Posted 2020-07-27T16:20:05+0000  by Joseph_HD_ATL
 
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