Indoor Ceiling Fans
Any ceiling fan is able to be installed indoors as long as it fits to your room requirements. Things to ask yourself when deciding on your indoor ceiling fans include the height of your ceiling in which you will need to consider whether you will require an extension rod or not, furthermore to look at the drop of the fan so you are within the legal requirements. Another question to ask is whether you are replacing a light in the room, if so, you may like to look into a ceiling fan with light package to retain the light needs for the room. If you need a fan for a bedroom take a look at our range of timber ceiling fans.
How you operate the fan is another consideration as different models can be operated with pull cord, wall control or remote as standard with many offering the ability to be controlled in different ways if purchased separately - simply check the accessories for each product. The style of fan is completely up to your discretion as to what will suit your interior - we pride ourselves in providing a range of styles including traditional, modern, tropical, architectural and retro indoor fans.
Indoor Ceiling Fan Guide
Here at Fansonline we have a huge range of Indoor Ceiling Fans in a range of sizes and colours. Timber blade fans are popular for indoor fan installations, largely because of their quiet operation on high speeds. There are several different styles available for all interior designs, whether you are after a modern look, traditional, tropical, designer or something very basic. The main restrictions for choosing an indoor ceiling fan is the ceiling height, as the Australian Standards in most states require ceiling fan blades to be a minimum of 2.1m from the floor, therefore your ceiling height and the drop of the fan from ceiling to blade is important.
As your fan will be installed inside it will not be subject to the weather unless you live in a coastal location where salt may be a factor. In these coastal areas you may wish to look at stainless steel or plastic blade options to last longer.
Often ceiling fans installed indoors replace the light fittings in rooms especially in bedrooms. In these cases, there are light adaptable ceiling fan options so you can have fan and light functionality.