Flush mounted fixures
I am replacing some 6 plus year old flush mounted fixures with new ones. As I am taking down the old ones I notice 2 things:
1. there is no insulation between the fixture and the ceiling.
2. the foil between the light bulbs and the fixture is gone. (just a thin layer of padding of some sort).
I got in the attic above the fixtures and the blown insultaion is very warm to the touch. Should I take down all the fixtures and replace them? Is there to much heat transfer from the light bulbs throught the fixture to the insulation in the attic? Or am I worrying for no reason?