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Old 09-15-2019, 01:14 PM   #1
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Somebody told me that Big-Ass Fans don’t have approval/ certification for use in Canada (BC). Seems unlikely but... Anyone know if that’s true and what certification agency marks they have? Are they easy (as far as fans go) to install? Thanks


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Old 09-15-2019, 01:22 PM   #2
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They're not "hard" to install with two men and a lift.
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Oh. I'm a fan. But that's not what I thought the thread would be about......
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pretty sure it's certified and that's the link those boys posted. They are totally awesome fans, but they should be for $1500.. Nothing too crazy to install, I remember something about it being a little difficult but I think it wasn't any worse than any other fan, save for the cost/loss if I dropped it. It was also off a scaffold 30 ft up.

Don't panic when you hook it up, turn on the switch and leave it, it does an auto balance sequence, scared the **** out of me. Slow forwards, stop, then slow backwards, probably took a minute. Don't panic!
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They are good, I bought 3 pieces big size 4 years before, I have no problem with them.
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