What’s your ceiling fan’s name?

A house in central Florida is currently being sold by a woman who says she’s had to go through two roofing contractors after she discovered they had installed a ceiling fan on her bedroom ceiling.

A video posted to YouTube on Sunday shows the contractor using an “extra” sheet to cover a window when it rains, according to the Associated Press.

The homeowner claims she had installed the fan because she was concerned about a storm coming.

“I thought I was going to have to get the roof done, I just didn’t know what it was going, and then I realized it was a ceiling,” the homeowner said.

“It was just a very, very thick, very, large sheet of wood that was covering the window.”

The homeowner’s video shows the homeowner removing the sheet and turning on the fan, which was on full blast.

She said she later called the contractor to explain the situation, and the contractor told her that he had installed it for the homeowner because she didn’t want to have a problem with it falling down, according the AP.

The contractor later told the homeowner that he would be sending her the replacement fan, but he had “no idea how long it would take to ship it,” according to Fox affiliate WPBF.

A woman in Florida was recently sold for $2.7 million after she found a contractor had installed an overhead ceiling fan in her bedroom.

The woman claimed that the contractor didn’t even pay her for the fan and that the homeowner had to move out to get a new one.

The ceiling fan allegedly had been installed without her permission, and she was furious when she learned of the problem.

The company told Fox affiliate WTSP that it would refund the $2,700 she had spent for the installation and the $7,500 she had paid for the replacement.

The roofing contractor did not respond to CNNMoney’s request for comment.

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