Flush Mount Ceiling Fans – Ceiling fans are common additions to many interior. While many people find these ceiling fans functional and useful, you may want to change the lighting. Removing a ceiling fan is not usually too difficult. Flush-mounted ceiling fans do not have a rod attached. They sit right next to the roof. This may require obtaining a higher ladder in order to achieve the final mounting bracket of the ceiling fan. If the ceiling fan is removed properly, you can install the fan in another room or sell it if it is still in good condition.
Turn off the fan. Turn off the switch in the switch box of your home to make sure no power is running for the flush mount ceiling fans. Loosen the bulbs, and loosen the screws that hold the light balloons in place. Carefully pull these and put them out of the way. Use a screwdriver to remove the screws that hold the lamp in place. Pull down on the accessory to expose the threads. Release the ceiling fan attachment.
Remove the fan arm by removing the screws. Place the screws in a small box for keeping. Pull down on the ring near the ceiling. Open all screws that hold the ceiling mounting cover in area. Remove the screws to lower the box, exposing the flush mount ceiling fans wires. Lift the roof fan motor and let it hang at the additional angle. Disconnect the cables by loosening the cable nuts and separating the cables.