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Fine Homebuilding magazine #142, November 2001. Choosing and Installing a Ceiling Fan
by Fernando Pages Ruiz, photos by Tom O'Brien.
Reprinted with permission copyright 2001, The Taunton Press, Inc. FineHomebuilding.com