I don’t know about you, but I do love my ceiling fans. The only room in the house that doesn’t have one is the bathroom! Seeing as how the average fan is in the middle of your ceiling, there was a time, that meant you couldn’t put a light there. Thus you then had to go out and purchase a lot of lamps. And for a while, someone thought that putting the light above the blades was a good idea. But we all quickly learned that was not the case, as the blades caused shadows and when on the room seemed to flutter.
Now though, a ceiling fan with light fixtures is common place. The most common, is the one with several arms, each with it’s own bulb at the end. Which created a whole new market of specialty bulbs. And even with the globes over the bulbs, some still show and they now make fancy light bulbs. And lets talk about the globes. That is an endeavor all it’s own. There are as many globes out there as there are fans. Course, you have to make sure you are using a bulb that fits the fan. And if you want to use the new energy efficient bulbs, they are a little longer, and some globes doing cover the whole thing.
Did you buy a fan without a light and now you are wishing you had purchased a ceiling fan with light fixtures? Don’t fret. Most fans, even if they don’t have lights on them, have all the wiring in the case ready to add one on. You will of course want to check that before you go light shopping. And though most fans are universal, some aren’t, so check what you fan will and will not accept. Beyond that you just use a screw driver and splice some wires, remembering, of course, to kill the power in that part of the house before you begin.
Today it is easier than ever to have a ceiling fan with light fixtures in your home.
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