Have you ever looked at a celling fan with worry as it wobbles? Are you tall and constantly duck through doorways, but especially ceiling fans? Perhaps your living space has low ceilings.
Wikipedia.com discusses the height of ceiling fan requirements. They write:
“Building codes throughout the United States prohibit residential ceiling fans from being mounted with the blades closer than seven feet from the floor; this often proves, however, to not be high enough. If a person fully extends his or her arms into the air—as sometimes happens during normal tasks such as stretching, changing bedsheets, or recreation—it is possible for the blades to strike their hands, potentially causing injury. Also, if one is wearing a tall hat, carrying a ladder [or other items], one end may inadvertently enter the path of rotation of a ceiling fan’s blades, which can be dangerous and can cause damage to the fan regardless.”
With a bladeless fan, such as one from Exhale Fans, you don’t have to worry about hitting your head or an object on fan blades. You also have more freedom to meet building codes, no matter your celling height, when you have a bladeless fan. While wobbling is a result of poor installation, the instructions with an Exhale Fan are easy to understand.
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