Flush mount chandelier – Most chandeliers are hard-wired in the wiring of a house and controlled by a wall switch. But if you want to install a chandelier in a place that has no existing wiring, the options are more limited. One thing you can do is to add a plug to your chandelier.
With some basic tools and materials you can do this job in one afternoon. Read more instructions installing flush mount chandelier: 1) Turn off power to the circuit the chandelier is connected with the switch panel. 2) Remove the screws or bolts that hold the cover plate. The mounting sleeve is at the end of the chandelier, which covers the wiring and ceiling mounting screws. Lower it to half. 3) Pull the wires out of the ceiling mount box as much as possible. If the chandelier is connected to the home connection with the wire nuts, twist to the left to remove them. Otherwise, cut the wires back in the box as possible. Wrap the tape around the wires cut-off remaining in the box. 4) Cut off the plug end of an extension cord. Separate the two conductors and remove 1/2 inch of insulation from each wire. 5) Drill a hole on the side of Mount cover. Insert the end of the extension cable wire into the hole. Pair cables of the extension with the threads of the flush mount chandelier and slide wire nuts over each pair.