Published at Sunday, June 24th, 2018 - 10:29:20 AM. Lamp. By Darcia Gabrielle.
Of course, every improvement in energy efficiency helps. But for truly optimal savings, you must expand your thinking. Instead of focusing on improvements exclusively within the home, you should view your entire property as one energy-consuming unit. The lamp posts and lights in your garden, for example, are major electricity hogs that often get overlooked. Out-of-sight and out-of-mind, they're easy to forget - even by trained and licensed energy auditors. And yet, these very lights carry tremendous potential for long-term electricity bill reductions.
If you are putting up a hanging lamp, this is the time to add the chain and the additional wire so it hangs where you want it. Using the pliers first add the additional chain. All you have to do is open one of the links add the new chain and close it up again. To add the electric wire, peel about one inch of plastic cover from each wire and tie it tightly with the wire already attached to the lamp. Cover each individually with electric tape and add another layer covering both wires together. Take down the original lamp and set it aside, bring up the new one and tie each lamp wire to one of the wires hanging from the ceiling. It does not matter which wire you tie with each wire on the ceiling, the lamp will work anyway. Again make the knots between wires tight, cover them individually with electric tape with a final covering of both wires. Put the lamp holder through the hole on the base that is screwed to the ceiling, and tighten the nut holding the lamp firmly against the ceiling.
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