Flush mount lighting can provide great task lighting above a counter or sink, but they can also provide ambient or background lighting in living or dining areas or can even be used to provide highlights in a painting or a unique ornament. The good news is flush mount lights can you install on almost any roof. Flush mount lighting is a common way to illuminate any room. They provide enough light to illuminate a 12 by 12 foot room with an 8 foot ceiling. The larger the ceiling, the larger the recessed mounting ceiling light installs, creating a greater spectrum of lamp light. Knowing how to install ceiling lights flush mounting gives you the opportunity to change the look of any room in the house by changing the light.
Disconnect the flush mount lighting circuit on the main switch panel, by turning off the circuit breaker. Confirm the switch is off and the power not connected, using a two-prong electrical tester. Locate the black wire inside the roof junction box. Touch one end of the tester to the black wire and the other end to any metal in the junction box. The tester will not turn on if the power not connected properly. Attach the lamp holder spar to the electrical box on the roof. The accessory cross member is a flat piece of metal 4 inches long. And also 1 inch wide with several openings cut into it. The bar is attached to the box with the screws supplied with your lamp and a screwdriver. Wires of the flush mount lighting base recessed mounting.
With a companion holding the base, connect the black wires of the lamp to the black wire of the junction box, using an orange wire connector. Repeat this connection on the white wire of the appliance and the white wire of the junction box. Connect the bare copper wire from the junction box to the green ground wire on the light fixture with an orange wire connector. Fasten the mounting flush with the strong light base on the transom, using screws from the lamp mounting fixtures. To install light bulbs and light shade according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Turn on the back lighting circuit by turning the switch on the main electrical panel. Do not install accessories that are not IC rated on an insulated roof. Lights generate a large amount of heat and installing a wrong type of fixture is a fire hazard.