How to Flush Fit a Ceiling Fan

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Flush fitting a ceiling fan doesn't require a down rod at all. Flush fit a ceiling fan with help from a Foreman for Lighty Contractors in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Good day, everyone, I'm Joshua Clement with Lighty Contractors, and today I'm gonna talk to you about how to flush fit a ceiling fan. Now when it comes to flush fitting a ceiling fan it's actually the style of ceiling fan that it is. This means that it's sucked up closer to the ceiling without a down rod on it. Now the flush fit ceiling fan means that you're up tight to the ceiling here without a down rod which means it lowers the ceiling fan downward that way if you have like a high ceiling you get more air movement lower to where the people are. Now if you have gaps in it like this here what you need there is a ceiling fan trim. What they are is just a little piece of trim with a circle cutout that you put up over top of the ceiling fan and you actually hook it to the top of the ceiling fan where the bracket is that way it hides all those gaps and gives it a nice finish. So flush fitting a ceiling isn't so much something you do as it is a style or model of the ceiling fan. I'm Joshua Clement with Lighty Contractors, thanks for watching, good luck with this project.


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