For raked ceilings, it is important to measure the angle of your ceiling. Based on the angle, you should refer to the maximum pitch angle that the fan canopy can be tilted to see if your fan is suitable. Look for fans with a canopy and rod - most of these fans have a ball joint that allows you to adjust the angle of your fan to suit your ceiling. Fans can be extended with extension rods to ensure the right level of clearance is allowed for the height of your fan and also the rotation of its blades.
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- Fans for raked/angled ceilings?
- Fans for low ceilings?
- Fans for high ceilings?
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- How can I control my ceiling fan?
- What is the reverse function of a fan?
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