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The 10 Best Ceiling Fans  Jun 2019

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Best Ceiling Fans - Westinghouse Turbo Swirl Ceiling Fan - Titanium Review Westinghouse
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Best Ceiling Fans - Westinghouse Turbo II Ceiling Fan - White/Multi-Coloured Review Westinghouse
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Best Ceiling Fans - Westinghouse Jet Plus Ceiling Fan - Brushed Nickel Review Westinghouse
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Your Guide To Buying a Ceiling Fan

By Dennis McGlothin

    A ceiling fan is one of those pieces of household equipment that most people don’t think about too much until something goes wrong with it—the light burns out, the motor starts running too loudly, or it stops working altogether. That’s a shame, because if you take a few extra minutes to shop around for a good ceiling fan, it will provide you with quiet, energy-efficient comfort for years, and it will look good while doing so. Here are some things to think about when looking for the perfect ceiling fan for your home. 

    • Indoor fans: This is the most popular type of ceiling fan in the market. An indoor fan will work in just about any room in the house.
    • Outdoor fans: A great option if you’re looking to cool down a patio or other outdoor space, outdoor ceiling fans tend to be a bit bigger and use a bit more energy, because they’ve got more space to cool down.
    • Fan-Light Combinations: Fan-light combinations are what they sound like: ceiling fans that pull double-duty thanks to attached light fixtures.

    Here are some things reviewers have to say when talking about their ceiling fans:

    • Air movement: Since keeping the air moving in the room is the primary function of a fan, it stands to reason that this is one of the first things reviewers talk about. The best models keep the room cool by moving a lot of air quickly.
    • Noise: Since ceiling fans tend to be mounted in living rooms and bedrooms, it makes sense that reviewers talk a lot about how loud or quiet their ceiling fans are. The best models cool down rooms and are quiet while doing so.
    • Ease of installation: Even though installing a ceiling fan is more complicated than simply replacing a light bulb, it doesn’t have to be rocket science. The best brands are straightforward to install and start using.

    Motor: Be sure to check out the motor size on a potential ceiling fan. Choose a fan that has a strong enough motor to cool down as much space as you have.

    Blades: In addition to the number of blades, look at the length of the blades a ceiling fan has. Longer blades generally mean more cooling power.

    Style: “Ceiling hugger” ceiling fans are designed to be installed right up against the ceiling. Some users find that more attractive, although it does mean that the motor and blades are farther away from the space they need to cool. Other ceiling fans hang down into the room more. When choosing a fan, pick a style that fits your needs and decorating style.

    Minka Aire: The Minka Group is an American lighting company. They produce high-quality fixtures to compliment a variety of home décors, and their ceiling fans are sleek and stylish.

    Westinghouse: Westinghouse is one of the world’s leaders in electrical equipment. Founded in New York by electrical pioneer George Westinghouse in 1886, today the company makes products for just about every need in the home or office.

    Emerson: Emerson is another longtime industry leader. Starting in 1890, Emerson made some of the earliest electric fans, and the company still produces some of the best models on the market.

    Hunter Fans: Hunter made the world’s first ceiling fans in 1886, and has been one of the most important companies in the field ever since. Today’s Hunter fans combine the company’s extensive production experience with modern technologies to produce a superior product.


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