Recessed ceiling lights are a common form of light to any room. They provide enough light to illuminate a 12 by 12 foot room with an 8 foot ceiling. The larger the ceiling, the larger the ceiling light flush installs, creating a wider spread of light from the luminary. Knowing how to install the recessed ceiling lights gives you the opportunity to change the appearance of any room in your home by changing the light.
Disconnect the ceiling lights circuit on the main switch panel by turning off the switch. Confirm the switch is off and disconnect the power, using a two-pin electrical tester. Locate the black wire inside the roof box. Touch one of the tester’s teeth to the black wire and the other end to any metal in the junction box. The tester should not be turned on if the power has been disconnected correctly.
Installing ceiling lights, place the crossbar of the luminary to the electrical box on the ceiling. The accessory bar is a flat piece of metal 4 inches long and 1 inch wide with several openings cut into it. The bar is fixed to the box with the screws supplied with the luminary and a screwdriver. Flush mounting base wire. With a companion holding the base, connect the black wires of the luminary to the black wire of the junction box using an orange wire connector.