Your ceiling fan blades can be easily replaced, changing the entire appearance of the fan. It is a difficult and timely task to remove an old fan and replace it with a new one. It only takes a few minutes to replace the ceiling fan blades, and the fan never has to come down.
You can find ceiling fan blades in different sizes and styles, as well as color and type of material. Wicker, rattan, wood, and plastic ceiling fan blades are available in every home improvement store and throughout the internet.
How to Replace your Ceiling Fan Blades
The process of replacing your ceiling fan blades is simple and requires no real skill or experience. You need a screwdriver, a ladder, and a little bit of elbow grease. Remove the screws from the original blades and set aside, be careful to not allow the ceiling fan blades to fall as you loosen the screws.
Once you have removed all of the old blades, using the screws that came with the new ceiling fan blades, start replacing them. Turn the fan on and make sure it is balanced; the ceiling fan blades should have came with small weights to balance them if needed.