Is it a common practice to tie up a fixture on the trim that is designed to hang over a table? I just heard about a law suit because the dining room fixture was nose height and some woman walked into it when they were moving in. It goes on but you get the picture.
Is it a normal practice to temporarily tie up a fixture that is designed to hang lower?
Shoot, just did one the other day where the HO left a note: "Please leave enough slack so I can put the chandelier over my dining room table." Kinda difficult for me to gauge since there wasn't any furniture in the house and this was a big darn room. Already low ceilings (7') left that fixture so low it's the first chandelier I've ever seen that someone could trip over.
Re: Tying up fixtures?#54945 08/12/0509:16 PM08/12/0509:16 PM