An RV ceiling fan comes in handy to keep air flowing, keep moisture accumulation at bay, and help tackle the heat.
Yes, you can put a ceiling fan in an RV. You can find RV-specific ones or use any residential ceiling fan even those from the big-box store.
Your RV’s electrical system has an AC 120V system and a DC 12V system. Appliances and outlets that run off 120V will only work when connected to an electrical post.
Aside from the power source, there are some other things you’ll need to consider before buying an RV ceiling fan.
Consider the size of your space before buying an RV ceiling fan. Do you have a larger open space that would benefit from a larger-blade ceiling fan?
Weight is everything when it comes to RV life. Some RVs have little cargo-carrying capacity.