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Chandelier Fixture


Treasure Coast Electricians Specializing in Chandelier Installation

Perhaps the most famous of all light fixtures, the chandelier is used primarily as a focal point of a room. From grand fixtures with hundreds of pieces to more simpler models, a chandelier is often used to create a “wow” factor in a room. Here are some chandelier installation services we offer:

  • Replace Existing Chandelier – Your electrician will remove any existing light fixture or chandelier and check the existing power and bracing. Your electrician will then assemble and install your new chandelier for you.

  • New Electrical Power for New Chandelier – If your new chandelier is to be installed where there is not an existing fixture, then new electrical power can be provided and ran for the new location.


  • Heavy Chandeliers & High Ceilings – Most chandeliers can be installed using a ladder and one to two electricians.  No size or ceiling height is too difficult for your Don Green Electric electrician to handle. Bracing for heavy chandeliers will be installed and heavy chandeliers can be outfitted with an electric hoist for the convenience of cleaning and changing light bulbs.  In some installation events, scaffolding may need to be erected to accommodate one or more electricians and we can provide that service for you too.

  • Antique Chandelier Repair & Installation – Antique, heirloom, and flea market finds can be a true treasure. Don Green Electric can refurbish and retro fit these chandeliers for you and install them anywhere in your home.


Schedule Your Chandelier Installation Today

Our electricians at Don Green Electric can safely pickup, pack and transport your preowned or new chandelier, and then install it, no matter how big or small. Contact us to schedule your chandelier installation today!

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Why Choose Don Green Electric?

Don Green Electric specializes in Residential & Commercial Electrical Services, from troubleshooting flickering lights, to installing LED Lighting or new circuits, to upgrading panels and electrical service.

No problem or job is considered too big or too small.

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