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Old 12-27-2012, 11:07 PM   #16
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Generally, I do not see recessed lighting and fans in the same room period. I'm not saying that it isn't done, but I don't see it.
With Hugger fans they are not too bad but downrod'ed verison that kinda iffy depending on type of fan style so soon I heard recessed luminaires I useally keep them away further especally if you have stepped ceiling. you know how it goes with stepped ceilings done with that.

They are worst when someone use the open trim with BR30 bulbs that useally a afterthought flicker or shadow show up like that so I useally use the baffled verison that useally do the trick.

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I have installed many fan and recessed lghts in great rooms. The key is to use correct downrod and make sure the fan blades are far enough away from the reessed light.

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