The part of a fixture that mounts to the ceiling or wall and covers the junction box to which the fixture attaches.
An awning or covering ledge that extends over the top of grocery fixtures. It may have lights or signs to draw attention to the products on display below.
An awning style generally used to extend over sidewalks and entrances. Can be either a mansard shape or resembling a half-barrel.
Decorative plate that goes flush to the ceiling on a chandelier or ceiling light that conceals electrical box
The part of a lighting fixture the mounts to the ceiling. In a pull-down hall lamp fixture, the part that hangs from the ceiling and contains the pulleys.
A noncollapsible structure, as opposed to an awning, with frames, attached to a building, projecting over a sidewalk.
The part of the light fixture that attaches onto the ceiling or wall and covers the electrical junction box.
A part of a light fixture that conceals an outlet box.