Paddle fans are a great way to keep cool; and when used properly, ceiling fans can save energy in your home.
To replace an existing light fixture with paddle ceiling fan:
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To install a ceiling fan, you must first be sure that the electrical box is sturdy enough to support the weight of the moving fan. Most start with a mounting plate that attaches to the electrical box. Often the plate has a hook to hang the fan motor on while you make the electrical connections according to the fan’s instructions.
Then you’ll mount the motor to the plate permanently before assembling the fan blades and attaching them to the motor. If a light kit is included, it will go on last, again wiring it according to the manufacturer’s instructions.