When installing outdoor antique light fixtures on porch ceilings, or above or next to the entrances, the basic concept of installation and wiring is the same as with an interior light the connection of the color-coded cables and connect the ground wire exposed. However, you must ensure that the device itself has a rating specifically for outdoor use. It is a good idea to wrap the connections in the electrical tape to provide protection against additional moisture.
Ideas for install antique light fixtures outdoor. Turn off the power of the old lamp in the house circuit board. Remove the screws from the existing lamp and lower it enough to access the cables behind it. Disconnect the two wires, unwinding the electrical tape and twisting the wire nuts that joined them. Find the mounting bracket for the new light. Hold the support to the electrical box. Align the screw holes. Insert the screws through the bracket and into the box to secure it there. There are exposed wires in the electrical box yet they should be accessible around the bracket.
Wrap the end of the bare wire around the green ground screw on the mounting bracket. Adjust the screw. Then for install antique light fixtures, connect the cables of the device to the cables of the electrical box, black and white to black and white. Make connections by holding each pair of wires side by side and turning a plastic nut over them two. Wrap the connections fully in electrical tape. Push the fixture against the electrical box, establishing the two wire connections in the box as you do. Screw the device into the holder with the screws provided.