Fan Downrods

Our ceiling fans come with standard downrods for use in rooms with 8" ceilings. If your ceiling is higher, you should consider purchasing a longer downrod to add length for optimal air circulation.
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  • Collection: Down Rod
  • Finish: Dark Bamboo
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  • Collection: Down Rod
  • Finish: Driftwood

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  • Finish: Regent Brass
  • Collection: Down Rod

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  • Finish: English Bronze

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  • Collection: Down Rod
  • Finish: Antique Copper
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  • Finish: Snow White

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  • Finish: Snow White
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  • Finish: Snow White
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  • Finish: Snow White
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  • Finish: Snow White

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  • Finish: Snow White
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  • Finish: Chrome

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  • Finish: Bright Brass
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  • Finish: Bright Brass
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  • Collection: Down Rod
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  • Finish: Byzantine Bronze

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  • Finish: Byzantine Bronze
  • Collection: Down Rod
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What You Should Know About Fan Downrods

If you are looking to install a ceiling fan in a room with high ceilings, you'll need a downrod to lower your ceiling fan for optimal air circulation. If you're unsure of what lenth you need, please refer to our downrod chart.

Remember to always choose a fan downrod that is compatible with your ceiling fan; typically, the downrod and fan must be the same brand.  Feel free to contact us with any questions! An ALA Certified representative will be happy to assist you.

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