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4 TOP THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN CHOOSING YOUR CEILING FAN IS THE FAN FOR INSIDE OR OUTSIDE? There are some restrictions on where a ceiling fan can be placed, depending on how much moisture it will come into contact with. The icons below are used in this catalogue as a quick visual guide to help you know what fan you need. WHAT STYLE DO YOU WANT? We have a variety of different styles and finishes in our collection, designed to fit all needs. Our modern ceiling fans add a clean, understated look to open spaces. You can choose something more traditional to complement rooms with classic, elegant d├ęcor. Or blur the lines with a transitional ceiling fan that is simple and sophisticated with minimal ornamentation. IP44 (Wet) IP23 (Damp) Indoor only All of our indoor fans should be kept to areas where they will not come into contact with water, for example, indoor living spaces and bedrooms. Ceiling fans with an IP20 (Humid) rating can be used in moderate humidity areas, for example, if you have a room that has bi-fold doors that integrates with the outdoors when opened. They cannot withstand direct contact with water. Ceiling fans with an IP23 (Damp) rating can be used in high- humidity areas, like enclosed porches, sunrooms or utility rooms. They feature water-resistant, durable finishes and incorporate galvanised undercoating on all metal surfaces to protect against rusting. Also, their blades are made of either ABS plastic or sealed wood to ensure longevity against damp conditions. Ceiling fans with an IP44 (Wet) rating can be used in open areas with direct exposure to sun, rain or water spray, like pergolas and open porches. They have highly durable finishes against rain and snow and include all-weather ABS plastic blades. IP20 (Humid)

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