The Home Center located at 506 East Summit
Street in Crown Point Indiana, 46307, has a
large showroom where customers can order
intercom systems, central vacuums, whole
house audio systems, and they can even have
a complete home theater designed and
Re'New Home Center in Crown Point Indiana
is Northwest Indiana's premier flooring
center. At ReNew, we sell carpet, hardwood
and tile flooring to Hammond, Gary, Hobart,
Portage, Schererville, Munster, Dyer and
Highland Indiana. In addition we are Indiana's
premier remodeling company, located in
Crown Point, we remodel bathrooms,
kitchens, basements and much more. ReNew
has done work in Saint John, Merrillville,
Lake County, Porter County, Chesterton and
Cedar Lake. Re'New's parent company is A
& B Group, LLC who is a licensed General
contractor and an Electrical contractor who
also serves the Chicagoland area in Illinois
and Lowell Indiana.
Renew Home Center is located in Crown Point Indiana, We are one of Northwest Indiana's premier remodeling companies specializing in kitchen remodeling, bathroom remodeling and basement remodeling. With over 2
decades of experience we can help you with a variety of needs.
At ReNew we specialize in flooring, we are a complete flooring store and offer a variety of floor types such as carpet, hardwood, laminate, vinyl tile, ceramic tile, porcelain tile in many colors styles and sizes.
Some of the brands that we carry are Shaw, Mohawk, Marazzi, Columbia, Aladdin, Armstrong, American Olean, Grespania and many more.
In addition to being a complete flooring store, ReNew Home Center also specializes in custom kitchen remodeling. With our own line of kitchen and bathroom cabinets, we can offer a complete kitchen remodel from the floor
on up. Also ask about our laminate, granite and other counter tops. If your looking for a new bathroom, or kitchen, call us today.
If your looking for certain Brands or Family names in flooring such as Philadelphia, SmartStrand, Edileoughi, Esquire, Lea, Monocibec, Horizon, Artech, tuftex, wundaweve, viking and quickstep. We also carry Tarkett,
Dupont, and Nafco.
Re'New Home Center located in Crown Point Indiana, has one of North West Indiana's largest lighting display. We offer brand names you can trust such as Progress Lighting, Seagul Lighting, Millennium Lighting, Capital
Lighting and Kenroy Home. Some of our newest additions to our lighting showroom is Elk and Uttermost. We also carry brand name ceiling fans from Hunter Fan Company, Craftmade, Ellington, Progress, Broan, NuTone
We carry Lighting fixture types such as chandeliers, ceiling mount, flush mount, wall sconces, vanity lights, exterior coach lights, lamps and much more.
ReNew Home Center also has a complete line of electronic installations for you to consider. We sell, install & service several types of intercom systems such as Grey Fox, Nutone, M & S and more. The Nutone
system has a complete line if intercom systems that will allow for retrofit of older systems.
Looking for a central vacuum system?, Look No further, ReNew can help you with that, a broan/Nutone dealer, we can supply almost any brands that you want, M & S, Nutone, Beam, and various other manufacturers.
Renew can install your system today.
Need a whole house audio system, or a home theater system? If so sopb by or call Re'New Home Center today, we carry products like Panasonic TV's, Denon and Marantz equipment, and we are a Speakercraft dealer
as well. Stop by today for a Free Quote.
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All About Ceiling Mount Lighting Fixtures
Flush Mount & Semi-Flush Fixtures
There are two basic types of ceiling lights, flush mounts and semi-flush.
- Flush mounts are ceiling lights that attach to the ceiling with little to no gap between the
light fixture and the ceiling.
- Semi-Flush mounts are ceiling lights that attach to the ceiling with a stem or part that
creates a gap between the ceiling and the light.
Both types of ceiling lights are very versatile and can be used in almost every room of the
house. They are great for providing general illumination and are very practical in high traffic
areas as well as rooms with lower ceilings.
Beyond the basics of flush mount and semi-flush ceiling lights there is a great selection of
styles available at Re'New Home Center. A clean simple ceiling light can work great in the
utility room or hallway. Or perhaps you are looking for a ceiling light with a little more
character for the bedroom or to provide general lighting in the bathroom. ReNew Home
Center has ceiling lights from sleek modern works of art to ornate beauties perfect for a more
traditional style. With semi-flush ceiling lights, when you have a little extra room, the full range
of styles really becomes apparent. Of course, ReNew Home Center has ceiling lights as an
important part of our family collections so we make it easy for you to match the ceiling lights to
the rest of the lighting in your home.
Ceiling lights also work well in areas of the house that often get less focus. Great for
hallways, ceiling lights should be installed every eight to ten feet for safety and a nice general
illumination. And in the closet, the right ceiling light can make finding the perfect outfit a snap.
Q - What’s the best way to light a hallway?
A - There should be a light every 8-10 feet. Either flush mounts or semi-flush fixtures can be
used depending on the ceiling height (once again, remember that the bottom of the light
fixture should be at least 7 feet from the floor).
If you have a long hallway, you may want to install wall sconces for added light and beauty.
The rule again is that sconces are hung roughly 60 “ from the floor, spaced 6 -8 feet apart
along the wall.
Q – What is the best general lighting for a kitchen?
A – Unfortunately, there aren’t any easy answers here, since so much is determined by the
size of your kitchen area. Most people start with a 2-light or 4-light decorative fluorescent in
the center of the ceiling. It’s less costly, uses less energy and provides very good general
Example: A kitchen of 100 square feet or less can use a 2-light fluorescent; up to 250 square
feet takes a 4-light fluorescent. Larger than 250 will need the 4-light plus additional lighting.
Q – What if I have a truly large bathroom?
A – Besides the vanity/ mirror lighting, you will probably need an additional flush mount or
semi flush fixture with possible recess lighting in shower areas. A Mini-Chandelier could
provide more light while adding a touch of décor to the room.
Shop Online For Lighting at www.thesupplyhouseonline.com or visit our Crown Point Indiana
showroom and talk to one of our expert advisers.