By Fiona Beaumont. chandeliers. Published at Saturday, February 24th, 2018 - 22:34:49 PM.
Compared to regular light fixtures, chandeliers are bulkier and heavier, owing to the many parts it carries or supports. It is because of the heavier weight that chandeliers may require additional supporting ceiling attachments or, in some cases, need direct reinforcements to the ceiling and/or electrical box.
All chandeliers have a central fixture, body or base to which the tiers and arms are attached. The heaviest and sturdiest part of the chandelier, it is made from strong materials, such as iron, solid brass and other metals, or wood, which have been finely crafted by artisans to create elaborate designs.
If you are looking for cheaper options, you can choose to buy a used chandelier. Purchasing a used chandelier via eBay or Craigslist is not without its risks. Although there may be pictures and description of the item for sale, you need to be sure that you will indeed be getting your money's worth. Check out the seller's rating via reviews posted from buyers. More importantly, email the seller for specific inquiries that you may have.
Chandeliers are ornamental or decorative light fixtures that are used for ceiling lighting. Usually, chandeliers are centerpieces in big halls, churches, public galleries, palaces, hotels, mansions, etc. Common residential houses also have cheap chandeliers in the living room, which are simpler versions of the chandeliers, and are not as extravagant as the ones seen in public and commercial buildings. Chandeliers can be lit up with candle lights, incandescent lights and also by energy saving bulbs.
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