Ceiling Fan Lights
There are many things that can or have been said about light. But what is it that lights are nights the most? Do you know the answer? Ceiling fan light! Wow – that seems very anticlimactic when you think about all of the quotes and proverbs that have been written about light.
It reminds me of a quote from Michael Strassfeld who said that, “Light gives of itself freely, filling all available space. It does not seek anything in return; it asks not whether you are friend or foe. It gives of itself and is not thereby diminished.”
Since the beginning of time man has needed light. Light guides us and allows us to see where we are going and since most of us are awake after dark we can’t rely on the Sun to light are homes past dark. That is why most of us will use light bulbs in our homes at night to light them unless you lived before they had electricity then you used candles.
Before electricity was created some people would use ceiling fans that were powered by water to help keep their homes cool. However, it would have been difficult to attach a candle to that fan in order to shed some light into the home. The great news is we live in the 21st century allowing us to use ceiling fan light thanks to the invention of light bulbs.
If you have made it to this site you probably have a ceiling fan without a light attached to it. Many of us hate it when home builders don’t build a ceiling fan with a light fixture already attached to it. But don’t worry too much about that because we are here to help.
It might seem like a daunting task to install a Hunter or Hampton Bay ceiling fan light – but we will step you through it. With our help you will know the right ceiling fan light shades, controls, and learn the intricate workings of ceiling fan light wiring to become an expert at it.