Let’s talk about bedroom ceiling fans. Ceiling fans offer indoor breezes with relatively silent operation. Typically you will find ceiling fans in heavily busy rooms and bedrooms. But you have to decide where. And how to place a fan in the ceiling in the bedroom where no lamp is previously found. The decision is the biggest problem with the installation of a ceiling fan. Since the ceiling fans replace a room ceiling lamp, it is not surprising that one of the first improvements fan design was the addition of a light kit. Lamps are available for almost all ceiling fans. With designs that complement any style of fan or room decor. The biggest problem ceiling fan presents occurs with tall people or high-standing beds. Nobody wants to hit the head of the fan.
You typically place the ceiling fan in the middle of a room. But odd-shaped rooms or odd layouts change your location settings. The best location will be centered on the bed at the foot of the bed. Location allows air flow to sleep while producing airflow in the rest of the room. For high beds, such as a canopy or bunk bed, center ceiling fan on a path around the bed while keeping the wings an arm length from the top of the bed. Most bedroom ceiling fans have the ability to use a drop-down neck to lower the fan or mount it flush with the ceiling. Mount your ceiling fans flush with the ceiling to increase the main room. Ceiling fitting requires you to use an electric box.
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You have two options; metal and plastic boxes that are mount directly to studs with nails or screws. And hanging boxes to mount between studs. Hanging boxes use a metal bar to bolt or screw into two adjacent studs. The electric field is bolted directly to the hanging bar. And comes as an adjustable sliding hanger where the box slides along the bar or a stationary hanger (center between studs). Use the adjustable hanging box if the position you choose for the bedroom ceiling fans falls between the studs. Place a heavy-duty bar hanger with a bolt-on box in the ceiling for greater fan stability. Most hanging boxes or stud mount boxes flex. Causing the ceiling fan to seem that when they operate. A heavy-duty bar hanger acts like a stud that allows for less deflection. Use a metal case to bolt for hanger for increased stability.