Mounting your barn light

Do you want to install Barn Lights on your home but not sure how to mount them? We are here to help! No matter what light or surface you may have, we have a solution to help you mount your dream lights.


Weatherboards / Jamies Hardie

Yes – Queenslanders & Weatherboards are always a fussy problem without a competent chippy or builder available. Rarely is it within an Electricians repertoire to start ripping off weatherboards to install lighting, but that’s quite literally not their job so to save some work – You’ve got two options.

1. Create a negative using existing weatherboards or a block – Your electrician may call this a “packer” resulting in a flat surface

 

2. Purchase a ready-made solution such as Sureset Weather Board Mounting Blocks

ZincAlume/Corregated Iron

Cutting into ZincAlume is not why Electricians get up in the morning for – Not only does it expose the inner sheet to the elements, but also reduces the structural integraity of the whole sheet. Finding the studs/beams/supports always creates their own set of issues so the best method really is adding a packing block similar to our WeatherBoard.

 

Mounting Gooseneck / Wall Sconces

The curved gooseneck is an object of elegance in itself, and places your choice of shade in the position and orientation you need to create exactly the effect you want to complement your outdoor area.

 


Mounting Wall Sconces (Barn Wall Sconces)

For your interior corridor or exterior porch or patio, light up the wall and highlight artwork with a splash of light from one of our beautiful sconces, with a shade to enhance the beauty of your house and decor.

 

Mounting Streamline Wall Sconce

If you have an appreciation for the Art Deco movement or simply vintage styling, the Streamline will do wonders for your own home. Interior designer clients have the most to gain as this product is selling well in designer hotspots such Alexandria, NSW and Melbourne, VIC

Share:

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on pinterest
Pinterest
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

On Key

Related Posts

Mounting your barn light

Do you want to install Barn Lights on your home but not sure how to mount them? We are here to help! No matter what