Chandelier Installation in Houston
Whether it’s a new chandelier or an older chandelier you want installed, repaired, moved or replaced. Let the chandelier installation in Houston experts at Texas Electrical provide you with the best chandelier solutions in Houston and all surrounding areas. Our chandelier installation in Houston electricians are licensed and qualified to service and install your chandeliers.
Our chandelier installation in Houston electricians guarantee that all the work we perform will be up to current chandelier and lighting electrical codes and that we will completely exceed your expectations.
Chandelier Installation Service Houston
Houston is known for its lavish and glamour houses. This beauty has been brought inside by installing enchanting lovely chandeliers. Chandeliers are one of the most luxurious lighting fixtures that can be located in any of these houses from miniature homes to large mansions; small business establishments to opulent city places; huge and small malls; mom and pop hotels to the huge hotel chains. The chandelier installation service Houston specialists will make sure this beauty will be installed safely, maintained and cleaned.
Our chandelier installation service Houston electricians will install chandeliers as well as restore and do chandelier cleaning in Houston and surrounding areas. These lighting fixtures bring a feeling of warmth, grace, beauty and even wealth. They can fit into almost any room, small or large. the versatility, and the way a chandelier seems to become the focal point in a room, they need to be kept in sterling condition. The chandelier installation service Houston will do our best to keep them clean, free of grime, dirt and dust.
Frequently Asked Questions
Hang the chandelier 30 to 34 inches over a table with about 8 foot ceiling height.
A good way to determine the best size fixture is to combine the length and width of the room measured in feet, then convert the number to inches.
1. One side/ arm could be heavier than the others. Attaching small weights could compensate the arm that seem to be higher than the rest.
2. No slack in wiring, make sure there slack and not pulling tight.
1. Loose light bulbs
2. Faulty connection or switches
3. Voltage fluctuation
If your looking to alter the mood of your room then use chandelier shades.
Awards and Recognitions
DIY Electrical Videos