Flush mount ceiling fan – Ceiling fans hang at different distances from it. Which are mounted flush with the motor directly to the ceiling with sufficient free space to the same as for the fan blades rotate safely. Rod, sometimes called bar hangs at least three to five inches (7.6 to 12.7 cm) from the ceiling to provide better air flow. By turning the fan suspended in one recessed flush, you need to determine if this is possible, and see the advantages and disadvantages of doing so.
The flush mount ceiling fan of space you have on the roof level will determine whether you convert a ceiling fan hanging one recessed flush. A ceiling fan has to be installed between eight and nine feet (2.4 to 2.7 m) above the floor. This will keep the fan high enough to prevent the blades hit a person standing by accident, but low enough for the fan to move the air effectively at the level where people walk. If you have a roof with a mezzanine, a built-in fan does not cool the space as effectively as a pendant, because it will be too high. Those mounted flush can not install on sloping roofs or angled, because the fan blades should hang parallel to the ground for proper operation.