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Clear glass wall lights can be installed in your home to give it a different look when it comes to redecorating. Installing all lights is an easy way to change how a room looks without having to completely redecorate. But do you need a wall box when you install wall lights?
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The majority of glass wall lights will need a wall box behind them. A wall box is a hole cut into the wall where the light is going to be situated and an electrical box is placed within it. This then connects to your glass wall lights and provides power. This is why it is often a good idea to enlist the help of a qualified electrician, which is not always a quick, easy job. It is possible for you to do it yourself, however, if you are sure and confident about what you are doing. Even if you aren’t confident about electrics and you don’t want to hire an electrician, it may still be possible to have wall lights in your home.
There are such things as plug-in wall lights that can be plugged into any standard plug socket. They even come with an installation kit so you can hang them anywhere in the house, so long as the cable can reach an outlet. This means that no wall box is required, and that’s great for those who don’t want to or can’t install one. If you are a renter, for example, you may not be permitted to use a wall box as it may damage the wall. The plug-in wall light is the perfect compromise.
Clear glass wall lights, whether installed using a wall box or the plug-in method, are the ideal way to light a home. If you need more details, please call on 01580 712805 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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