Plaster-In LED Profile

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Give your LED lights a stylish finish and integrate them seamlessly by installing them in a plaster-in aluminium profile. Here at Marc LED, we offer the highest quality profiles that are both stylish and affordable. They're the perfect item if you want LED fixtures in your home. Check out our products below!

Plaster-In LED Strip

While LED strips are flexible and can be used in a variety of situations. They are usually not very functional as permanent fixtures. The exposed strips don't look good, the LEDs don't give off uniform lighting, and, overall, they make the design look cheap and unappealing.

This is where the LED plaster-in profile comes in:

  • They can seamlessly integrate into their surroundings and create a modern, chic design. Excellent shadow-gap lighting
  • They give you a stylish finish as they allow you to hide the strips, wiring, etc. Perfect for surface-mounted LED lighting.
  • They fasten the strips in place and act as a protective shell, increasing the durability and stability of your lighting setup.

These benefits and more are the reasons why a plasterboard profile is an incredibly popular item in LED setups. And with Marc LED, you're only going to get the best of the best: each one of our LED aluminium profiles is made from high-quality materials, carefully designed down to the last inch, and is extremely affordable. Check out our selection above and decide for yourself: We're sure you won't be disappointed in our LED skirting boards.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do you cover exposed LED strips?

Exposed LED strips are undesirable in some instances: The exposed wiring and strip can cause the design to look unprofessional and cheap. You want to cover the exposed LED strips if you want a great finish.

Here's where profiles come in. They are an excellent way to cover the LED strips, hide the wiring, and design an amazing finish. They are incredibly popular with homeowners and designers who want to build modern, chic homes and offices.

How do you get LEDs to stick to the wall?

There are a few ways you can make LEDs stick to walls:

  • LED strips can stick to walls with glue or tape, but both of these methods have significant drawbacks. Sticking LEDs to a wall with tape isn't reliable. Using glues isn't ideal either -- it could damage the wall.
  • Alternatively, you can use profiles and put the plaster-in LED inside. The profiles can then be either screwed in, or they can be plastered in after you retrofit your home. Ceiling profiles work exceptionally well here with suspended LED strip light. You'll get beautiful LED linear lighting.

Does an LED Strip Need a Profile?

LED strips are incredibly popular as both plasterboard lights and ornamental lights, but people usually don't know what kind of add-ons and accessories should they buy for their LED system. Profiles are a good example here. So, when do you need to buy a profile for your LED strips? Here are a few scenarios:

  • If you are using LED strips as ornamental lights around the house, surrounding a piece of furniture, etc. you don't need a profile. This is especially true if the LED lights are seasonal and temporary.
  • On the other hand, if you want a permanent fixture with plaster-in LED lights, then you need to buy a high-quality recessed LED profile. The results will be like night and day. The difference will astound you.