Jason is an accomplished do-it-yourselfer. He has plenty of projects under his belt including the remodeling of their bedroom and bath, the construction of his study desk, and the continuing maintenance of his classic 1965 Shelby GT-350 that was designed by Caroll Shelby, the race version of the hugely successful 1965 Mustang. The last work he did on the white with blue pinstripes pony car was the headlamps, tweaking the fuses and switches to get them working properly. This led him to thinking about the kitchen lighting his wife has been asking, perhaps “nagging” is a better term, him to redesign.
After spending quite a time looking for ideas on the Internet and buying several magazines on kitchen decorating, he was able to come up with a good plan to completely refurbish the lights and lamps in their kitchen. He sketched a draft of the planned layout of the lights, the kind of lights, and the wiring, which he showed to an electrical engineer recommended by a friend. The engineer approved the plans but advised Jason to check with the local government as they might require a permit for his planned work.
Indeed, a permit was required as the work is rather extensive. Jason submitted the necessary papers and payment, secured the permit, and after ordering his materials on the Internet, began tearing down the existing lights and wires and will soon enjoy, along with his wife, a pleasant, inviting, and charming kitchen.