Although my fluorescent lights in kitchen are excellent in respect of light emission i wish to go to a more modern outlook by fitting individual spotlights on a bar.
I will have a qualified electrician to do the work but first of all i want to know how easy and feasible it is to change.
Present set up is two x 5 foot fluorescent lights which are controlled by a switch at both ends of the kitchen. I cant have only one of the lights on at a time it has to be both... so obviously either switch controls both lights.
What i require is say a bar with 6 spotlights on each bar replacing each fluorescent position , so 12 lights in total. Each rack of 6 to be controlled by one present switch at one end of the room and the other rack of 6 controlled by the other switch .... so therefore i would be able to just have one rack only if required.
Q U E S T I O N ...... How easy is it for the electric wiring to be adjusted without accessing the loft area......... we live in a bungalow anyway but CAN IT ALL BE DONE IN THE KITCHEN via the switches and ceiling cables ?
As you can obviously tell i know nothing of electrics and would use a qualified electrician...... i am just assessing the possibilities .........
I was thinking of 12 x 50w lamps to replace present fluorescents.
Your advice would be appreciated.