If you are thinking about replacing the unflattering fluorescent lights in the bathroom or if you need more light than the only accessory in the living room offers. The installation of modern track lighting improves any room. Track lighting is usually attached to the roof surface and not recessed, which is much easier to do on its own. You can easily remove unwanted lighting fixtures and use the electrical box to which the old fixture is attached. And because you do not have to do any complicated electrical wiring. And you should be able to finish the job in less than a day.
Turn off the power at the main switch panel in the room where you will be installing your track lighting. When attempting any electrical work, make sure that the power for the circuits you are going to work with is turned off. And then cover furniture and cabinets with a cloth to protect them from dust or debris that may fall to the installation of the new lighting. Remove old accessories and lights. Check the wiring to make sure the wires are still in good condition. If the insulation around the cables is hard and crumbling. Use wire strippers to strip about an inch of the insulation.
Mark with a pencil or with the tape on which you want the tracks to run. Having a guide to follow will make it easier to make sure your lights go out as much as you want. Mount the track. The type of screws you need depends on the type of material your roof is made of. If the ceiling is made of plaster, use anchors around the screws for greater strength. If the roof is concrete, you will need special screws. Then attach the cables to the track light adapter. The track light will connect the same as your old lamp. It’s easy to figure out which cable goes with what, white wire with white wire, black wire with black wire, etc.
Position the cable connectors through the connected wires threaded to the left or twist the ends together depending on the type of illumination of the chosen track. The manufacturer’s instructions will tell you what you will have to do. Install lighting devices on the tracks. Be sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions regarding the type of bulb to use and how many per track. And then turn the power on again and test to make sure the lights are working. Advice warnings If the cables are damaged or exposed, contact an electrician.