Thank you! I ended up using 4 drywall anchors and a metal latch found on sliding gate locks that I got at Home Depot. I am paranoid about something crazy happening and everything falling out, so I definitely way over engineered it. I painted the parts white to match the ceiling, but still need to clean up metal wire a little bit to keep the sleek look. I’ll take some pictures for you when I get home tonight.I have a similar light I'm trying to install over my tank any tips to getting it strait and secure in the ceiling ? Love the setup very clean!
Sorry it took me a few days, here is a picture of the ceiling mount that I did. Still going to clean up the wires and do some touch up paint.I have a similar light I'm trying to install over my tank any tips to getting it strait and secure in the ceiling ? Love the setup very clean!
All you need now is a lot of ice. Who needs fishJust posting a new update while waiting for the hurricane to slowly make its way to Charleston. Side note: I hope everyone who has been affected by this storm is safe and sound!
I have put ABS sheets from BRS in the tank and silicones them down (both on the bottom and around the edges) to keep detritus out. I used a bunch of old beer growlers filled with water to help hold them down while initially drying.I also left about 1/4 gap all the way around it’s edge to not cut into or affect the structural silicone edges of the tank. I will begin to slowly fill the tank over the next few days (pending I am not forced overtime to work during the storm). I’ll keep all of you updated. Stay safe out there!