Installing downlights can be a straightforward process but not all houses are build the same.
If you’d like downlights installed in your living room or kitchen, there are some things that you need to know. In order to complete 1st fix and leave cable tails where each downlight will be, cables need to be routed. That can be done (depending of the state of your property) via 1st (or upper) floor and by removing floorboards. If that is not an option, the ceiling can be chased and cable feeding holes can be drilled in your existing joists. A plasterer would afterwards be required to patch up the chased area, skim and paint the ceiling.
In rooms which are below an accessible loft, downlight installation can be a very simple and non invasive process as cables can be routed by our electricians from up top.
There are certain situations where the walls and therefore the ceiling is not in the best shape, with different sizes on one or more of its sides. In that case, we use state-of-art technology to help us determine the best place to position your downlights. We can achieve that with an array of professional laser aligning tools, making sure your lights will be perfectly aligned. Every time.