Whether you are adding an addition to your house or just updating your office space, there are many components to keep in mind when trying to achieve a certain look and feel to your living/work space. In particular, accent light futures, chandeliers, scones and recessed lighting can add to any room or project.
When starting a Do-It-Yourself lighting project, you need the right tools and products to get the job done. At H H Fluorescent & LED Products, we have a wide selection of lighting fixtures, decorative accents and lamp accessories such as replacement sockets. In other words, we have the necessary hardware to make it all come together.
Type & Quality
If you are upgrading a particular fixture in home or office space, you will definitely need the appropriate replacement socket. Finding the right accessory can be a daunting task as replacement sockets come in all shapes, sizes, voltages and materials.
In addition to finding the right part, you will also want to make sure that you use a high-quality replacement socket. So if you are unsure as to what type of lamp socket your project requires or unsure as to what level of quality your contractor using, then it’s vital that you do your research. Once you know the type and quality of the replacement socket your job requires, you will also need to know how to properly install theses fixture accessories.
Finding the Right Replacement Part
At H H Fluorescent & LED Products, we provide top of the line products for our customers and industrial clients. With our expertise and extensive knowledge of light sockets, we make sure that anyone who uses our replacement sockets-whether an electrician, a manufacturer or a homeowner, has a high quality product that meets their needs and is easily installed.
DIY Helpful Tips
You got the right high quality part, so now what? The final step is proper installation. Some helpful DIY tips then are to first have the necessary tools-screwdrivers, wire strippers, tester, pliers and a ladder. Next, turn off the power or make sure that your electrical contractor has done so. After you are sure the power is off, you can remove the globe, remove the fixture and disconnect the wiring. Once the wiring is disconnected, you are almost done-just replace the socket and put the fixture back to together with the light bulb.