ceiling lights in bathroom


Postby sally » Thu Mar 29, 2007 6:16 pm

can anyone please help - i am wanting to have spot lights fitted into my bathroom ceiling - the only access to this is through the loft upstairs - thats fine - but -- i have a loft extension and the new internal wall falls right in the middle of the bathroom ceiling below it - so in effect - the other half of the ceiling falls beyond the void between the internal loft wall and the outside wall - how does the electrician gain access to this so that the whole of the bathroom ceiling can be fitted with spot lights?
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Postby sparx » Fri Mar 30, 2007 10:29 am

either by 'fishing' over joists through new holes for down lights or better still you cut a 'trap door' in wall of loft extention, which gives future access & some storage space that is wasted at the moment,
glad tou are getting electrician in as bathroom lights are part p notifiable works, see Project info,
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Postby sally » Fri Mar 30, 2007 3:41 pm

thanks very much - lecki came today - and thats exactly what he's had to do - cut a section of the wall out so he can get beyond the internal bit - what a mess - but never mind - all worth it in the end i guess!!
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