The electricians at ARS/Rescue Rooter can help plan and then offer expert installation for all your lighting needs. New lighting setups aren't like changing a lightbulb; working with live wires is dangerous. Whether you new lighting fixtures inside or outside your home, ARS/Rescue Rooter has the expertise to make your lighting desires a reality.
Dangers of DIY lighting fixtures
There's more to electricity in your home than screwing caps on wires. The system in your home operates with hundreds of volts, which can be dangerous. Major electrical upgrades should be handled by professional and licensed electricians like those at ARS/Rescue Rooter. Attempting work yourself can result in painful shocks, serious injury, or even death. We are happy to help avoid potential problems by being your lighting experts.
Besides electric shocks, another potential issue of DIYing your lighting installation is called "overlamping." Overlamping occurs when the bulb operates at a higher wattage than the fixture or your wiring can handle. When overlamping happens, heat from the bulbs can melt fixtures, damage your home's wiring, or even cause a fire. You should always consult a professional electrician about your wiring's capabilities before attempting to install a new fixture.
Lighting fixture installation from ARS/Rescue Rooter
Installing new lighting is a fantastic way to completely transform the way your house looks and feels. Whether you need a new light in a dim closet, recessed lighting for your kitchen, or backyard patio lights to keep an eye on the dogs and deter intruders, the pros at ARS/Rescue Rooter have you covered. We offer the replacement, removal, and installation of:
- Ceiling lights and fans
- Recessed lighting
- Under cabinet lighting
- New light fixtures
- Patio lighting
- ... and more!
Whether you want to find a plate in your cabinet for a late night snack, raise your property value with backyard lighting, or have a talking piece chandelier in your dining room, your local ARS/Rescue Rooter's electricians have you covered.
If you want to explore new lighting options for your home, call ARS/Rescue Rooter today!
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