Murano chandelier-Since most chandeliers are on the heavy side, often need more than just the strength of its decorative chain and the roof to support it; even the electrical box will not support your murano chandelier if it weighs more than 50 pounds. Falling chandeliers not only present a clear danger to you, your family and your guests, but also end up being broken into pieces, a distressing situation for such an expensive lighting elements. Protect your roof, your chandelier and, most importantly, yourself and your guests by properly supporting your heavy chandelier.
Remove the electrical box from the hole in the ceiling where you will hang the murano chandelier. Lever electrical box from the hole with a flat bar, if it is nailed in place; otherwise, tighten the screws with your screwdriver. Turn the fan brace’s hexagon-shaped bar to shorten it; keep turning it until it reached the shortest length possible. Insert it into the ceiling whole one page at a time. Vila fan bracing feet on the invisible side of the roof and center it over the hole. Turn the jumper again. This time it grows until it digs its pins in the studs on either side of it. When you can no longer turn the rod by hand, use a wrench.