What to know before you buy Hardware House 544890 Tuscany Chandelier
3-Light chandelier with alabaster glass Uses 3 - 60W A19 medium bulbs not included Size: 18-1/2x23" Finish: Textured Black Manufacturer Number : 544890
Do you know what is the superiority of this Hardware House 544890 Tuscany Chandelier?
In 1971, Hardware House was developed as a program focused on supporting the retail efforts of the hardware industry. The basic foundation of the program was to first establish what was needed at the retail level, then working back from there to design products and programs to fit those needs. For over 40-years Hardware House has stood for quality. Today we offer the best private label program in the market place.
Our mission is to support our retail partners by providing the highest quality private brand program in the industry, supported by the highest fill rates and on-time deliveries.
Hardware House products are made with quality materials and backed by two industry leaders with over 250 years combined industry knowledge and experience. We are an American owned company with deep roots.
Tuscany 18-1/2-Inch by 23-Inch textured black 3 light chandelier.
Customer reviewsWorst instructions ever
The only instructions you get is a piece of paper with diagrams of different fixtures depends on which one you bought . Picture was so blurry and there was no marking. No installation steps included. The back metal plate that is attached to the wall has many holes and yet I was not able to match any to my electric box. The worst part is trying to figure out how to screw the light to the metal plate. Since there was no instruction included I had to play with different ways to do it and settled with inserting the screw behind the plate going out and through the black fixture then use the plastic circle cover to tighten both sides. If you screw too much there will be a gap between the wall and the fixture. It was so frustrated figuring out what the best way to do it. After 30 mins I just decided to drill a hole in the wall behind each screw and just push the screw into it. It's a nice fixture but instructions was not useful at all.