Lighting & Ceiling Fans
Complete any living space with the right lighting and ceiling fan. Engineer Warehouse is an expert in home fixtures and DIY projects to help you enjoy and feel comfortable in any room.
Lighting & Ceiling Fans Review Articles
Engineer Warehouse reviews the latest and most popular lighting fixtures and ceiling fans. Read our assessment of different blade lengths, materials, light kits, other fixtures to help you decide on the best investment for your home improvement project.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between indoor and outdoor lighting?
In general, outdoor lights can be used both outdoors and indoors. This is because they are typically made to be able to withstand a wider range of temperatures. However, indoor lights are generally not suitable for use outdoors, because they are only able to withstand indoor temperatures.
Can you use indoor lighting outdoors?
Using indoor lights in outdoor spaces is inadvisable, especially if you live in an area where temperatures can get into the extremes. This is also true if you live somewhere that tends to be more humid because indoor lights are not made to withstand moisture.
Which brand is best for ceiling fans?
Brands like Honeywell, Harbor Breeze, Hunter, and Prominence Home all have highly-rated ceiling fans that you can rely on to cool various spaces. To find more information, check out our review on the best ceiling fans on the market.
How do I install a ceiling fan?
Before you begin the installation, make sure that you have all the components and hardware that come in the package with the ceiling fan. The package will also likely come with installation instructions.
To prepare the spot where you’ll be installing the ceiling fan, remove any existing lighting fixture. Put in the new electrical box, mount the ceiling plate, and start assembling the components. Connect the wires, then attach the ceiling fan blades and lights.