Published at Wednesday, 09 October 2019. Ceiling Lights. By Charlotta Martinet.
Installing your new lights. Your new ceiling light fixture will have come with a mounting bracket. This will look like a solid piece of metal with screw holes and is likely to be shaped like a plate or a strip. The mounting bracket needs to be securely mounted to the electrical box in the ceiling with the wires hanging down around the bracket. Make sure that you attach the ground wire to the grounding screw on the mounting bracket. The next step is positioning your new ceiling lights so that you can connect the wires from the fixture to the ones coming out of the ceiling. Once all the wires are connected you need to carefully lift your new fixture up to the ceiling, pushing the wires up with it, and then line up the screw holes with the ones in the mounting bracket. Tightly secure your lights to the ceiling with the correct screws or bolts – this may take two people depending on the size of your fixture.
You can find number of designs from various manufacturers around the world. The best place to start your search is the Internet. There are manufacturers' websites and also retailers' websites that can help you find the right designs and styles that will match your needs with your budget. On the other hand, if you are looking for a real artistic work on your bathroom ceiling lights, you can check for the pendant ceiling lights. The bathroom ceiling pendant lights give good luminosity along with better ambience. To have a good flat look on your ceiling, it is better to choose the flush mount light for your bathroom. The flush mounted light can be the perfect choice for your bathroom ceiling lighting style.
One way to combine functionality with good looks is by choosing a fitting that is adjustable, both in terms of light levels and light direction. You could, of course, also achieve the same result by a clever combination of ceiling lights and wall lights. Light levels are easily managed by the use of dimmer switches. Bear in mind though that all switching will need to be outside of the bathroom in order to conform to European Bathroom Lighting Regulations. Whilst putting in that dimmer switch, it also makes sense to switch your bathroom lighting separately, which will give you greater flexibility in terms of mood setting – something that is now viewed as essential when it comes to illuminating the smallest room.
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