How to buy under cabinet lighting. The most common types of under cabinet lighting include light bars, puck lights,
tape and rope lights. Light bars offer a professional look, perfect for kitchen tasks. Most link using connectors or cables so the entire system can be
operated on the same switch. To get even lighting across a counter, use a bar that
closely matches the cabinet width and make sure they stay hidden behind the
cabinet face. Puck lights are another option. Place them eight to twelve inches
apart for even light. Tape and rope lights have a shallow profile and many
can be cut to size. Most under cabinet lights are either plug in or direct wire.
Plug in designs are easy to install. Simply place them, plug them in, and enjoy. Direct wire designs are connected directly to a power source and provide a
clean, no-cord look. Thanks for watching.