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Oct 05, 2020

Switch Your Hall Lights for Recessed Lights

Have the old, brassy light fixtures in your hallway been driving you insane? Are you looking for a fast and affordable way to instantly modernize your home? Then consider investing in recessed LED lights for your hallways. At Mr. Electric, we provide high quality commercial and residential electrical services for Katy and Houston area clients including new indoor lighting system installation, repair and replacement. Do you want to know more about the process of replacing your indoor lights? Are you wondering whether you should hire a certified electrician for the task? Here is some more information that can help you make the best decision for your specific needs. 

Are Your Hallway Lights Outdated? 

Do you still have the minimum standard light fixtures that were installed by the original builder of your home? Then you probably need an upgrade. If you are tired of looking at your dusty ceiling fan, brassy fixtures or yellowing glass globe lights, then consider updating your hallway lighting with sleek, sophisticated, energy saving recessed LEDs. Not only will your living space feel larger, but it will instantly bring your décor out of the 1990s and into the 21st century.

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Process of Upgrading Your Hallway Lights to Modern LEDs

First, the power must be shut off at the breaker box before starting any electrical project. Double check that there is no electricity flowing to the circuits you will be working with. When you are certain that it is safe to do so, you can remove the cover from your fixture, which will expose the light bulb. After it has cooled, remove the bulb and use a putty knife or similar tool to cut around the base of the fixture. Remove screws, bolts or any other hardware that is holding the fixture in place, then lift the unit away from its location. The fixture will have wires attached, so you will need to remove the electrical connections from the back of the fixture. If you notice any damaged or burned wiring, you will need to trim it with wire cutters. Then, trace the shape of the new electrical box, and use a utility knife to cut to size if needed. Feed the wires through the new box and slide it in place. Place the nut on the hanger and tighten it down. Remove the screws from the new light fixture and install your LED recessed light. Make sure the hanger is flush with the box. Attach the wiring and secure the connector with wire nuts. Be sure to attach black to black and white to white. Insert the connector into the can lights and press into the brackets. Restore electrical power and test the fixture. If at any point you become uncomfortable handling the wiring yourself, or if the fixture does not work properly after installation is complete, then call a certified electrician. They will have the tools, experience and training needed to ensure that project is performed accurately and safely. 

Do You Need a New Indoor Lighting Installation Service? Call Mr. Electric Today 

Are you ready to upgrade your hallways lights? Have you been looking for professional lighting installers in Houston, Texas area neighborhood? Then call the experts at Mr. Electric right away. Our team of certified, licensed and insured electricians will work one on one to create a customized solution that best fits your unique needs, style preferences, lifestyle and budget. Contact our office for more information about our wide variety of commercial and residential services or to schedule an appointment with an experienced electrician in Katy, Houston, Texas or a surrounding metro area community. 

 

 

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