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Chandelier Installation in Riverview, FL

Professional Chandelier Installation

Installing a chandelier in your home will enhance its natural beauty and make it more comfortable. Chandelier installation can also increase the resale value of your home. At Mr. Electric of Riverview, we have a team of professionals specializing in chandelier installation in Riverview, Apollo Beach, Sun City, and Lithia, FL. Our chandelier installation service will guarantee that your chandelier is installed safely and correctly, with no damage to your property. Call us today to schedule an appointment with our chandelier installer or to request an estimate for chandelier installation costs.
Chandelier Installation in Riverview, FL

Professional Chandelier Installation

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  • A chandelier is a unique, elegant, and timeless lighting installation for your home. Professional chandelier installation adds ambiance and beauty to your home, showcases your unique style, highlights architectural elements, and can increase the resale value of your home. Here are a few of the reasons you should contact one of our home service professionals today for chandelier installation service:

    • Create a central focal point in the room
    • Enhance architectural styles, design elements, and the natural beauty of your home
    • Emphasize balance and symmetry in your interior design
    • Add soft lighting without overpowering the room
    • Layer you’re lighting so that you have custom lighting options
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Choosing the Right Chandelier

Before contacting one of our experienced chandelier installers, you should pick the perfect chandelier for your home. Here are the most important factors to consider:

  • Location for Installation – The first thing you need to determine is where your chandelier will be installed. The location for your chandelier installation will help you choose the size and design for your chandelier. The most common areas of the home for installing a chandelier are over the dining room table, over a kitchen island, over the seating area in the living room or family room, in a hallway or entryway, and over the bed in the bedroom.
  • Size and Diameter – Once you know where the chandelier will be installed, you'll have a sense of how large it can be. The chandelier should be proportional to the space and shouldn't overpower any other architectural features. Most chandeliers are measured by their width. You can determine the perfect width for your chandelier by measuring the length and width of the room where you plan to install it. For instance, if your bedroom is 10' by 15', your chandelier should be 25" wide. Next, consider the hanging length. This is determined by the ceiling height in the room where you will install the chandelier. Low-ceiling rooms should have a hanging length of less than 24", while high-ceiling rooms can handle a hanging length of 72-96".
  • Design – Consider your chandelier design options. The design should complement your home’s interior decor and architectural style. These are the most common chandelier designs:
    • Candle-style – This design uses candle-style lights to imitate antique chandeliers.
    • Statement – This style adds artistic flair and uses modern materials and sculptural design elements.
    • Shaded – This design uses a shade to cover the lights, which provides a more muted or diffused glow.
    • Lantern – This style has an open frame and candle-style lights that mimic the look of real lanterns.
    • Sputnik – This mid-century modern style uses straight lines and globe lights to create a design that extends outwards from the center or is arranged in a geometric pattern.
  • Material – Most chandeliers have a metal frame but may use additional materials to enhance their overall design. The most common materials are:
    • Metal
    • Glass
    • Wood
    • Crystal
    • Textiles or fabrics
  • Finish – The finish of your chandelier refers to the color and sheen of the metal fixtures. You may want to choose a finish that matches other decor in your home, like hardware or fixtures in the room. The most common finishes are polished or brushed nickel, brass, gold, silver, and bronze. Some are painted a muted black, but you can find chandeliers in almost any color.
  • Features – Finally, consider additional features you want your chandelier to have:
    • Dimmer Switch – A dimmer switch allows you to control the brightness of the light to add ambiance to a room.
    • Swag Lights – A swag light plugs into an outlet and doesn’t need to be hardwired into your home’s electrical system. You can place it anywhere with access to an outlet and a ceiling hook.
    • Smart Features – Chandeliers with smart features can integrate with your home’s smart hub and be controlled via voice, app, or timer.
    • Adaptability & Compatibility Options – You can also choose a chandelier compatible with sloped or high ceilings.
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