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Learn how to install overhead fluorescent lighting; includes step-by-step instructions along with tips, materials, and tools lists.

Ron's Washington adventure continues with a visit to Kimberly Bower, who lives near the Washington coastline in the town of University Place. What Kim loved about her kitchen was that she could stand at the sink and actually watch eagles soaring over the water. What she didn't like, and the reason that she asked for Ron's help, was the old lighting fixtures in her kitchen were outdated and did not provide enough light. She was hoping that new fixtures would brighten things up while updating the look of her kitchen.

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