Size and primary use of the room (ie. family room, bedroom etc)

It’s important to consider the size of the room when selecting a ceiling fan. The larger the room size, the more powerful the fan motor and the length of the blades will need to be to generate enough air movement resulting in a cooling breeze.

Ceiling Height

If you have high ceilings above the standard 2.4 meters, you may require an extension rod. All Beacon Lighting ceiling fans come with an optional extension rod, our standard size is 900mm but you can easily cut them to suit your requirements.
Beacon Lighting fans come with a ball canopy fixing method to the ceiling which means fans can be mounted on cathedral ceilings or flat ceilings

Installation Height

Any Ceiling Fan Should Be At Least 2.3 Metres From The Floor To The Blades Of The Fan And At Least 300mm From The Nearest Wall.

Additional Source Of Lighting

If Your Fan Will Be Replacing The Main Source Of Lighting In A Room You Will Need To Purchase A Fan That Has An Integrated Light Fitting. Alternatively Most Beacon Lighting Fans Are Light Adaptable So You Can Still Retain Your Light Source.

Remote Controls

Have The Convenience Of Being Able To Control The Light And Action Of Your Fan From A Remote Control. Most Beacon Lighting Fans Can Be Installed With A Receiver Which Means That When Installing A Fan Into An Existing Light Point There Is No Need To Run An Extra Wire To Control The Fan, As The Remote Does Everything For You.

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