This is my first DIY Video. I am not a licensed or have any background in electrical or engineering. First crude video attempt showing swag light kit used installing ceiling fan on concrete masonry ceiling. I accept no responsibility for any damage or injuries/death due to your interpretation of this video and/or any violations or building code issues with land lord/owners/apartment condo,private dwelling, etc..
-swag light kit
-staple gun with 14mm cable staples
-5/32 masonry drill bit
-3/16 X 1 3/4 tapcon concrete anchor screws
-Phillips screw driver
-1/4 masonry drill bit to install swag hook.
-plastic anchor big enough to fit into -1/4 in diameter
-lastly a ceiling fan of your choice
I will try and do another video the next time I install another fan in the next room. Thanks for watching!
First run your plug to where you want to plug. Using the staple gun attach to the wall, flushed and taught. Work your way up the wall. Run the power wire through the swag chain as per instructions. I used my ceiling fan mounting bracket to mark 3 or 4 holes to pre drill where I wanted to mount the unit. Using the marks I drilled 2 inches deep with the 5/32 bit. Cleaned the holes with a vacuum hose. Run the swag wire through the top and into the middle of the bracket pulling all excess wire through. Reposition the mounting bracket and used the 3/16 masonry screws to secure against the ceiling with slight pressure driving the screw into the concrete. Half way in between wall and the calling fan I went ahead and used 1/4 in masonry drill with a hammer drill set to hammer and bored out a hole about 2 inches deep. Use a hammer to tap the plastic anchor flushed to the ceiling. Attach the swag hook making certain to be flushed to ceiling. From here on use the manufacturer installation instructions to complete the fan install. After all the wiring is done and everything is secured and tighten plug in the swag light to the outlet and enjoy your new ceiling fan mounted on concrete ceiling without spending hundreds or thousands of dollars in having someone do it for you. By the way if you want to get fancy you can add a wireless receiver and attach that in the canopy, there are other videos out there to show you how to do that. I will be ok with using the chains to control the light/fan.