Indoor Ceiling Fans
Whether you are going for a modern classic or a unique style statement, our ceiling fans have the dependable quality to make their long-term life worry-free as well as performance features to give you superior cooling. We offer ceiling fans with Hubbardton Forge looks, Mission style, restoration and industrial features, coastal themes, British Colonial love, old south charm, modern, and sleek.
The first thing to consider when buying a ceiling fan is the size for the room in which you plan to hang it. Ceiling fan size is measured by the diameter of the span of the fan in inches. A space smaller than 75 square feet should have a 29" or 30" mini fan, a 75-149 square foot room needs a 42" span, a 150-249 square foot room needs a 52" fan, a 250-400 square foot room needs a 54" to 60" fan and rooms greater than 400 square feet need 2 ceiling fans. Obviously, you want your fan to have forward, reverse and at least 3 speeds. The blade pitch, along with the blade span, is what determines the degree the fan will cool the room. The steeper the pitch, the more effective the fan will be in moving the air. Therefore, you should look for blade pitches that are 12 degrees or greater.