Box Seats for Box Fans
To position a box fan at just this height or just that anglewithout risk of disaster, take a half hour to build this adjustable stand.
The Family Handyman
To position a box fan at just this height or just that anglewithout risk of disaster, take a half hour to build this adjustable stand.Youll need:
Two 3-in. x 3/4-in. x 38-in. boards for the risers
Two 5-in. x 3/4-in. x 22-in. boards for the feet
One 3-in. x 3/4-in. stretcher board cut the same width as the fan
Two 5/16-in. x 1-1/2 in. carriage bolts, washers and wing nuts Mark and drill several 1-in. spaced 3/8-in. holes on the upper ends of the risers for adjusting the fan height.
Screw the risers to the stretcher board with two 2-in. drywall screws on each end, then saw curved ends and a 14-in. x 1-in. deep recess on the feet boards. Screw them to the risers with four 2-in. drywall screws.
Mark and drill a 3/8-in. hole midway on the fans vertical sides, then remove one grating from the box fan to slide in the carriage bolts, threads pointing outward. Determine the fan height you need, then attach the fan with wing nuts. Put it to work and youll give reader Charles Oursler a standing ovation for designing a splendid fan accessory for shop or home use.