chandelier. Saturday , August 19th , 2017 - 16:13:51 PM
It is possible to find an antique chandelier from thrift shops and garage sales too. Some of these are sold by owners who know nothing much about antiques with several old pieces just lying in their attics and garages.
To get started with it, decide the location where you want to install it, and remove the current fixture to replace it with the new one. As it involves disconnecting the electric wiring, switch off the main circuit controlling the room's electricity.
You will need several parts and tools to install a chandelier. Of course you need the chandelier itself and all of the parts that come with it. You will also need a step ladder, a metal outlet box, wire nuts, a small wood strip, an expandable bracket (typically used for ceiling fans), a circuit tester, and a small bracket that has bolts attached. The tools needed are pliers, an adjustable wrench, wire cutters, wire strippers, a putty knife, a drywall saw, a carpenter's pencil, a power drill, drill bits, a flat-head screwdriver, and a Phillips screwdriver.
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