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Indoor Ceiling Fans

Ceiling fans designed to be installed indoors or in other protected areas where contact with the elements is minimal.

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Outdoor Ceiling Fans

Ceiling fans designed to be installed in locations that may come in contact with wet or damp conditions. Commonly used in garages, patios, overhangs, and bathrooms. Please Note: Check UL Listing to determine if a fan will meet your outdoor needs.

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Light Kit Included
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The selected fans will come with a light kit already included in your purchase. Please Note: Most fans that are not listed as “Light Kit Included”, may have one purchased separately.

Flush Mount / Hugger Fans
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Flush Mount / Hugger fans are great for low ceilings or for anyone looking to save space without compromising style. Fans will sit flush with the ceiling and do not require a downrod. 

Controller Included
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The selected fans will come with a hand held or wall mounted remote control already included in your purchase. Please Note: most fans that are not listed as “Controller Included”, may have one purchased separately and will be recommended at time of purchase.

Energy Star
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Energy Star products meet strict energy efficient guidelines set by the U.S EPA (Environmental Protection Agency). Energy Star qualified fans are over 50% more efficient than conventional fans.

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Finish

Due to the wide variety of fan colors we offer, we have grouped our products into popular tones to help narrow your search.

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Blade Span is the measurement of the diameter of the fan. It is measured from the farthest point of one blade edge to the farthest point of the opposite blade. Each room in your home may require a different size fan depending on air movement needs.

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Fans with 1-3 Blades

Fans with 1-3 blades display a very unique style and can make a distinct and pleasant visual impact to any home. Fans in this range also tend to move faster due to the lighter weight which circulates more air, but also generate a slightly higher level of ambient noise.

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Fans with 4 or 5 Blades

Most common ceiling fans will either come in a 4 or 5 blade configuration, the main difference between them being that of aesthetics. While offering a pleasant symmetry, it is also in this 4 to 5 blade range that most homeowners seem to find the ideal balance between air movement and noise.

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Fans with 6-10 Blades

Also known as specialty fans, these fans offer incredibly high air circulation usually due to their dual motor or extremely large size. Mostly designated to rooms over 400 sq ft, these fans are very unique and can make a big hit in any home looking to cool a large room with the use of only one fan.

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Location Rating Types

UL Dry
Dry Location

Rated for dry areas such as kitchens, living rooms, hallways, and most indoor use.


UL Damp
Damp Location

Rated for outdoor covered areas such as patios, garages, overhangs, as well as for bathroom use. These fans are for areas where the fan is lightly exposed to damp conditions, yet not directly exposed to rain.


UL Wet
Wet Location

Rated for the harshest wet conditions a fan can take. These fans are designed to be directly exposed to rain.

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Blade Pitch

Blade pitch is the angle of the fan blades when compared to the horizontal. Blade pitch is often referred to as the ‘angle of attack’ from the blade to the air. A good quality fan will generally have an optimal blade pitch of 12-14 degrees. Fans with a blade pitch in the 8-10 degree range are generally useful for rooms that need minimal airflow. The higher a fan’s blade pitch, the more pressure the fan blade will apply to the air in front of it, thus forcing more air downward. This is why some lesser quality fans can look like they're spinning faster than others, but when you stand under them you will feel less air.

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CFM is the Cubic Feet per Minute of Air that the unit can displace while running. Larger rooms will require units with higher CFM Rating, or if you want a faster clearing of exhaust a larger CFM should be chosen.

Use the slider to adjust to your desired CFM range. If you prefer, you can type in your desired range in the boxes below.

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