Astonishing feature of the home lighting fixtures even make a dull place to bright. One can undoubtedly choose chandeliers so as to enhance the appearance of their drawing rooms. These are a great source to make every place bloom.
Chandeliers meant to be directly wired into the ceiling and are not an option for those who want to mess with the wiring. Even if something goes wrong with the chandelier, you cannot cure that unless you check the wiring placed under the ceiling. This seems quite a troublesome task. Also, the chandeliers are operated from a breaker and are not plug- in cord type. But, you have far better option than laying the circuitry under the ceiling. You can convert the existing chandelier into the swag light.
Converting the chandelier into the swag light don’t require you to be an electrician. Rather, one can simply do the task. Moreover, all most all the home improvement stores provide the swag kits. For those who want to convert their chandelier into the swag lights can refer the steps below in the article.
Firstly, strip off one inch of wire covering from each of the wire that extends to your chandelier. Take notice of the special markings or the wire color so as to connect them properly. Swag light kit consists of an electric cord which is further connected to the wires of the chandelier. Make use of an electric tape or plastic wire caps to insulate the wiring.
Now, the next step is to install the cord cover. In order to cover all the electrical wires, cover them with the cord cover. Further, thread the cord with the chain so as to hang the fixture with the ceiling.
In order to prevent the heavy chandelier from falling onto someone’s head, two different hooks are installed. First hook is installed at some stronger ceiling stud or the joist to which the chandelier thereafter is fastened. Second hook is then placed at the ceiling near the electric outlet.
Hang the chandelier with the first ceiling hook and drape the excess cord to the second one. The hook can now, adequately support the weight of the chandelier.
Now, plug in the cord into the electrical outlet and inspect your installation by turning on the chandelier. Make sure, you connect the wires properly matching the colors.
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