Studio LED Lights
The other day, Spencer helped me rewire and install new studio LED lights in my studio. He did the ladder work, and I did the minutia sitting at the table.
Today, I walked out there, and turned them on just to bask in the light. I’m very pleased with out they turned out. It is all made from parts bought in the electrical department a Lowe’s. Each light strip has 4 sockets with pull-chains and a 3-prong outlet. I can actually get the wiring OFF the floor in the studio and suspend the power cords from the ceiling.
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Haha… in the photo you can see the soon-to-be-replaced florescent fixture.
My grandson came out in the studio and I showed him what his dad and I accomplished. He looked at the old lights and said, “But, Grandpa, those old lights are cool.”
“Fine, you can have them… if your parents say it is okay,” I said in response.
The new lights are brighter and make the place look so much better. Plus, the old ones hung down so much I was always hitting them and that worried me I would break one of those 48″ florescent tubes.
While the 2nd fixture is up, it still needs to be wired in to the sockets. In the mean time, the next time Spencer gets some time we’ll at least pull the old fixture down. And, in spite of my offer, I think they are going to end up at ALPCO Recycling.