Flush mount ceiling fans are all created differently, so FlushmountFans.com offers a wide selection of accessories and hardware to customize your fan to fit your needs, without sacrificing performance or style. The right ceiling fan can complement your room’s décor, while the wrong fan can destroy a design scheme, or leave your home cooling needs unsatisfied.
There is a vast selection of light fixtures, fan blades, flush mount kits, and fan-control options to customize performance and to ensure proper function of your flush mount ceiling fan. There are many different light kits available, so you can customize your lighting to fit your needs and complement your ceiling fan; for lower ceilings, you may want to consider turtle fitters or low profile glass bowls. With lighting, you also have to consider whether you’ll want halogen lights, incandescent lights or CFLs (compact fluorescent lamps). Just as lighting options differ, fan blades do as well. Choosing the right ceiling fan blades can mean the difference between proper and insufficient airflow. Depending on room size and ceiling heights, you’ll want fan blades with the right pitch and blade span in order to safely, but effectively pull in and circulate air. Another factor to consider is how you’ll want to control your ceiling fan. Many of the fans come with a standard pull-chain, but with low ceilings, a pull chain can become a nuisance, so you can also buy a remote control or wall switch for greater ease of operation. Remote controls are extremely convenient ways to operate your ceiling fans, as they can be utilized from a greater distance and from multiple locations, as opposed to walking to a stationary location whenever you need to control your fan. Every ceiling fan size has a recommended room size and/or ceiling height that it functions best with, and many flush mount fans are purchased for low ceilings or small spaces. Many standard fans can be used as flush mount fans, with the purchase of a flush mount kit, so you can buy the fan you love, without worrying about the size conflicting with your ceiling clearance.