How to Select a Ceiling Fan
Maximum air circulation is about choosing the right fan for the right room. Follow these simple steps to find the perfect design and achieve perfect performance.
|For maximum performance and efficiency, we recommend these fan sizes to room size matches:|
|56" OR LARGER FAN SIZE — GREAT ROOMS — OVER 20' X 20'|
|52" TO 54" FAN SIZE — LARGE ROOMS — UP TO 20' X 20'|
|30" TO 48" FAN SIZE — SMALL ROOMS — UP TO 1-' X 10'|
|LOW CEILINGS FANS|
|KIDS ROOM FANS|
Step 1: Select your Product
Step 2: What style & color do you prefer?
For a coordinated look, match the blade finish to furniture or wood molding. Or select a fan body finish that matches door or cabinet hardware. Many fans feature reversible SwitchBlades. A different finish on each side of the blade permits styling flexibility.
NOTE: Hunter blade finishes are pre-matched to motor finishes. Blades are not sold separately.
Step 3: How high is your ceiling?
Most Hunter fans come with the Installer's Choice 3-Position Mounting System for installation versatility.
Hunter Low Profile fans are specially designed for low ceiling applications. The motor housing fits flush to the ceiling.
If your ceiling is 9 feet or higher, you'll need an extension downrod.
Step 4: Do you need a light?
Choose a fan with a coordinated light fixture included or customize the fan with your choice of accessory light fixture. All Hunter ceiling fan light fixtures are listed for installation on Hunter fans.
Most Hunter® ceiling fans include the three-position mounting system. However, some ceiling fans include the two-position mounting system and cannot be flush mounted.
Step 5: Select a fan control
To operate your fan and light separately from a single switch without additional rewiring, choose a Hunter wall control. For convenient, easy operation in bedrooms and rooms with high ceilings, consider a wireless remote control.