Ceiling fans with lights are multifunctional. They serve the purpose of beautifying a room while providing a cool breeze and central lighting that reaches farther than the light of a table lamp, which only benefits the person seated right next to it. Fired ceiling fans are a bit more difficult to install than regular ceiling fans, because you have to connect the adapter to the lights on the regular fan, but with an assistant to help you with the weight of the fan, the installation should not take more than 1 hour.
Before starting to work on the electrical wiring, the light switch and the circuit breaker must be turned off in the room where the ceiling fan is to be installed. Try installing the ceiling fans with lights during the day so you can open a natural light window. If you are doing the installation during the night, get as much light as possible from the other rooms as possible, and having a care center will be of great help.
Remove the cover of the outlet box on the roof and expose the cables you will use to connect the fan. This is normally done with a Phillips screwdriver, but if you do not have one, a flat screwdriver will work. With the screws that you just removed from the outlet box cover, connect the ceiling fans with lights mounting bracket to the outlet box. If you are installing the fan on a sloping wall, see that the open end of the mounting bracket turned to the highest side of the roof. If it has been turned towards the underside, the fan blades will hit the ceiling when they are installed.