Mari Holzer. chandelier. October 26th , 2017.
When putting up two chandeliers above a relatively longer dining table, place them such that each one is centered to one half of the table. Don't forget to keep a minimum gap of 30" between the tip of the chandeliers and the table top.
A chandelier not only lights up the room, but it gives the place that much-needed grandeur, class, and elegance. In the past, this light fixture lit up the rooms of French aristocrats and rich people's palatial homes. However, these days, it is becoming a common sight even at the homes of ordinary citizens.
Because of the nature of their construction and design, many chandeliers in public places are situated as high up as possible to maximize the effect of the light refracted off of the hundreds of crystals that normally make up a chandelier. Accessing a chandelier that is beyond the reach of standard ladders and step stools is difficult, if not impossible, for the average cleaning company. But a company that specializes in chandelier cleaning in NYC will have the ladders, lifts or scaffolding required to reach your chandelier while ensuring the safety of the fixture, your staff and your guests.
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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