Lighting Fixture Installation Service

Design your home in a new light and let us help you installing your fixtures.


 Good lighting makes us happier (and stops us bumping into things at night!). We've all been in rooms that just feel good. They have a palpable, comfortable atmosphere that makes you want to put up your feet and stay a while.

 Beyond the practicality of light, which is that we need it to see, the lighting scheme in your home has a big influence on the personality of a room. You wouldn't want a bright overhead light shining down on an intimate dinner party or a single lamp lighting a space where you're trying to do a project.

 The main goal of lighting design is to introduce varying degrees of light into a room, which are called layers. If you only have direct light sources, it will make a space feel dark and gloomy. And if you light the room evenly with no contrast, the room will appear flat and uninviting. Lighting is all about creating interest and visual drama, and these layers of light are parts of the whole that create the ultimate ambiance.



 Many people like LED light bulbs best, as  they use less electricity and last for up to 20 years!. Why not start the change to LEDs today? 

It’ll brighten up the future for your budget and the planet.  Learn more...


Here is how we can help you with your lighting projects:

 Installation services include: 

Uninstalling old fixtures,

New fixture installation,

Chandelier installation,

Lighting installation, 

Wall Sconces installation,

Pendant lights hanging,

Under cabinets light fixture installation,

Lamps installation,

Spot light installation,

LED light fixtures installation,


We offer quality services, quick installations and a limited 30/days warranty on all our installations.

Please contact us if you need help on your next lighting project. 



Designers' Crystal Chandelier Installation

Designers' Crystal Chandelier Installation

Kitchen Decorative light fixture Installation


Designers' Crystal Chandelier Installation


Designers' Crystal Chandelier Installation 

Designers' Lamp Installation 

Pendant light fixture installation, 

Designers' Pendant light fixture installation,  

Chandelier installation 

Kitchen spot light installation 

Sconce installation 

LED Chandelier installation 



No Matter what you choose, we can help installing  them all:

 When it comes to upgrade your home lighting, you have hundreds of choices when looking at the different Lamps, chandelier, sconces, pendants & spot light fixtures available online or in the local stores.

You’ll also have many choices when deciding what kind of bulbs to use.

 Here are some information about the light bulbs, which may help you to choose the right ones on your next purchase:

 Type of light bulbs: 

 They use 1/5 to 1/3 as much electricity as incandescent with comparable lumen ratings and last up to 20 times longer. Compact types are used in smaller, trimmer fixtures such as recessed down lights, wall sconces, close-to-ceiling fixtures, and track lights. Screw-in types can be used in place of incandescent in standard lamp sockets. Available in a wide spectrum of colors. Warm white tones best duplicate the color of incandescent.

Today's fluorescent bulbs come in a wide selection of sizes and can produce warm tones of light similar to those of incandescent.

If your fixtures are on a dimming system, look for fluorescent bulbs labelled "dimmable."

Because fluorescent bulbs contain mercury, it is important to dispose of them properly.





LED lighting


LED (Light Emitting Diodes) lighting in general is more efficient and longer lasting than any other type of light source, and it is being developed for more and more applications within the home. LEDs are currently popular in under-cabinet strips and some types of down lights.

To ensure that you are purchasing an LED bulb with good color quality and energy efficiency that is as good or better than fluorescent bulbs, look for the ENERGY STAR symbol.



 LED Strips



They have long lives and are extremely energy efficient, but - with the exception of metal halides - they do not produce pleasing light colors. In residential settings, HIDs are most often used for outdoor security and area lighting.

There are four types of HIDs:
Metal Halide
High-Pressure Sodium
Low-Pressure Sodium
Mercury Vapour



 General service  incandescent bulbs are the inexpensive, readily available light bulbs that most of us think about when we hear "light bulb." They produce a warm, yellow-white light that is emitted in all directions and are available in either a clear or frosted finish.

There are three basic shapes:

General (A)

Globe (G) 

Decorative (Flame, teardrop and other shapes) (D)


Reflectorized incandescent bulbs have a reflective coating inside the bulb that directs the light in one direction rather than all around. 


Line Voltage (120 volt) 


 Low Voltage (12 Volt)









Light bulb perfomances

The performance of any light fixture depends very much on the light source (bulb) used. Different bulbs produce different lighting effects, and many bulbs have widely varying performance. To save energy, select the most efficient light bulb that will provide the type of lighting you need.

 Another source is LUMEN, which stands for Lighting Understanding for a More Efficient Nation.  LUMEN is a coalition of 40-plus organizations. 

Lighting Measurement Terminology

Wattage: The amount of electricity consumed by a light source

Lumens: The amount of light that a light source produces
Efficacy: Lumens per watt
Foot-candles: The amount of light reaching a subject

Light Bulb Packaging


For the first time, a "Lighting Facts" label on the side or back of the package emphasizes a bulb's brightness as measured in lumens, rather than a measurement of watts. 

“While watt measurements are familiar to consumers and have been featured on the front of light bulb packages for decades, watts are a measurement of energy use, not brightness. As a result, reliance on watt measurements alone make it difficult for consumers to compare traditional incandescent bulbs to more efficient bulbs, such as compact fluorescents.”

The new front-of-package labels also includes the estimated yearly energy cost for the particular type of bulb.

The Lighting Facts label provides information about:

* Brightness, as measured in lumens (not watts)
* Estimated yearly energy cost 
* Life expectancy
* Light appearance (for example, “warm” or “cool”)
* Energy used (as measured in watts)
* Whether the bulb contains mercury