Don’t Hire An Installation Crew If You Can Utilize These 7 Lighting Installation Directions
Were these instructions helpful? Were those directions lame or what? Little to no details, no accurate descriptions, no visuals for better understanding, no tips or tricks, nothing valuable! Since you’re reading this post, you probably aren’t a technician.
Everything I listed is everything I know about how to install lighting, but I don’t actually know how to install lights, nor have I ever installed them. I'm not a technician! If I followed my own directions above, I’d probably end up with a mess of drywall and a lot of repairs. Why does all that matter?
Most individuals are fully capable of installing their own products. By capable, I mean that they have the potential to learn how to do things. We are all gifted with a brain at birth (I hope you can hear my comedic tone). It’s the utilization of brain power that gives people (like me) a reason to hire someone else to do the work.
No one wants to take hours learning about something they aren't interested in. We want solutions quickly! Fast! Speedy! Āwīwī! But we don’t want to take the time to get there. Learning (literally anything) is an on-going process.
That’s why we are able to make a living out of work, we like to do things that not everyone wants to do. Technicians at We Are More like installing things. They spend countless hours on and off the clock learning their skill so that clients don’t have to.
When a project takes a technician only a few minutes to do, they are not being paid for a few minutes on the job. They are being paid for the years they’ve spent in their profession. A single installation that would otherwise take the average DIY person days to do will take a professional installation team a few hours. They know exactly how to do the job. No time is wasted.
Have you ever watched a technician install lighting? Configured wiring? Mounted a variation of light fixtures? They don’t need to search up a YouTube video of DIYs or look at Pinterest for design ideas. Electricians know what they are doing.
The point of all this; next time you need help on installation, ask a professional. Call a company that specializes in that field of work. Talk to a friend who's a technician/electrician. Get inspiration from the right sources!
9/5/2022 08:27:49 pm
I would, lighting is very important
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Samara Towers does We Are More's PR & Marketing which includes writing our blogs! She was born and raised in Hawaii and graduated from Corban University with a Bachelors Degree in Creative Writing. She produces content to give our audience more insight and opinions on technical solutions big and small.