Sep 01, 2023 10:59 pm
I have a question regarding moving a chandelier after it has been mounted. The chandelier in question is quite large, measuring 4 meters in length and weighing approximately 25 kilograms. Unfortunately, I'm not satisfied with its current position and would like to shift it about a foot or two from its current location.
The chandelier is mounted on the ceiling above a void, so I assume that to remove it, it would require some sort of scaffolding or special equipment. My main concern is how challenging this task might be after the house has already been constructed.
Any insights, advice, or tips on how to go about relocating such a hefty chandelier would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!
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