How To Choose A Ceiling Fan
Also called snugger. Best fit for standard height ceilings (8-9 ft)Shop Flushmount/Hugger Ceiling Fans
Light Kit Included
Wonderful for adding extra lightShop Ceiling Fans with Light Kits
Ceiling Fan Size
What Size Ceiling Fan Do I Need for A Room?
Room’s width (feet) x Room’s length (feet) = Room’s Square Footage (sq. ft.)
What size ceiling fan do I need for outside?
Outdoor ceiling fans should typically be at least 52 inches in diameter. Anything smaller than that may not have the capacity to move enough air around. Outdoor fans can even measure up to 70 inches in diameter.
NOTE: Ceiling fans should be at least 7 feet from the floor.
Ceiling Fan Terminology
If you have a vaulted ceiling, then make sure the ceiling fan you want has a sloped ceiling adapter available.
Remember that fans with the ENERGY STAR stamp are rated as being more energy efficient.Shop All Energy Star Ceiling Fans
Check to see if the blades are included with your fan purchase and note that some fans have many blade options.Shop All Ceiling Fan Blades
The angle of a single blade. Measured in degrees.
The electricity needed to run the fan. Measured in AMPs.
Measured in MMs. The higher the number, the more powerful the fan.
Cubic Feet Per Minute
The total airflow the fan produces at top speed. Measured in CFM.
Revolutions Per Minute
The total number of rotations in one a particular minute, which is variant on the fan’s speed. Measured in RPMs.
Make sure to check out the motor type if you are looking for a more energy-efficient fan.
Alternating Current motor (AC motor) – Standard fan motor, which uses an alternating current to power.
Direct Current motor (DC motor) – Technologically advanced to be up to 70 percent more efficient, and but do, generally, cost more.