Item No
3034
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2.5W x 7H x 0D (cm)
£5.15 Price Per Item
46 in stock | more available by 17/05/2024
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If you have a flush fitting wall light and are struggling to hide the wiring, you could use our One Gang Architrave Box with his Reducer Lid to give you more space behind your light’s backplate.

In order to retain the classic look of a traditional wall light, many of our designs have a flush fitting back plate enabling them to sit neatly up against the wall. However, in order to achieve this, the plastic connector box will need to be housed within a cavity in the wall as there is physically no room within the light fitting itself. This means that if you do not already have such a cavity, you need to consult a qualified electrician about fitting a mounting box into your wall.

This is generally not a problem if you have plasterboard walls, but may be more difficult if they are solid brick or lath and plaster. We supply a range of mounting boxes in different sizes for our switches and sockets but suggest that for wall lights you consider our Architrave Box (3031) with this Reducer Lid as the smallest and neatest solution for non-cavity installation.

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If you have a flush fitting wall light and are struggling to hide the wiring, you could use our One Gang Architrave Box with his Reducer Lid to give you more space behind your light’s backplate.

In order to retain the classic look of a traditional wall light, many of our designs have a flush fitting back plate enabling them to sit neatly up against the wall. However, in order to achieve this, the plastic connector box will need to be housed within a cavity in the wall as there is physically no room within the light fitting itself. This means that if you do not already have such a cavity, you need to consult a qualified electrician about fitting a mounting box into your wall.

This is generally not a problem if you have plasterboard walls, but may be more difficult if they are solid brick or lath and plaster. We supply a range of mounting boxes in different sizes for our switches and sockets but suggest that for wall lights you consider our Architrave Box (3031) with this Reducer Lid as the smallest and neatest solution for non-cavity installation.

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