My upstairs hallway gets rather dark as it has no windows. It is also at the top of a set of stairs, which too has no light source.
To ameliorate this, I have recently installed LED light fittings. I would like to remove the light switches to ensure that these lights remain on permanently, as,
- LED lights,
- have a tremendously long lifespan.
- cost ≈£0 to run.
- Stairs are among the most dangerous items in the home.
Currently, the switches that control these lights are as follows;
- One normal switch downstairs
- One normal switch upstairs
- One funky switch in the middle
- How do I wire the conductors to ensure permanent connection?
- Is it legal to remove the light switches?
- Would it be permissible to plaster over the disused back boxes?
- I am in England.
- I have lots of spare,
- Wago connectors
- Back box blanking plates