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Ceiling Fans

Ceiling fans that have earned the ENERGY STAR move air up to 20% more efficiently than standard ceiling fans. This can save you from $15-25 per year on utility bills, plus any additional air conditioning or heating savings you may gain when your fan is operated properly. 

Earning the ENERGY STAR

While ENERGY STAR qualified ceiling fans use improved motors and blade designs, you can dramatically increase your savings with ENERGY STAR qualified lighting. If your fan doesn’t include lighting, be sure to purchase an ENERGY STAR qualified light kit. This lighting is efficient and long lasting, so you won’t have to make frequent bulb changes.

Remember, saving energy prevents pollution.
To save energy while using a ceiling fan, whether with a standard or an ENERGY STAR model, (use the following tips):

  • Ceiling Fan Installation and Usage Tips

Want to improve your heating and cooling performance at home? ENERGY STAR can help you improve your home.

What Else Should I Look for When Shopping for Ceiling Fans?

In addition to the ENERGY STAR label there are a number of other items to consider when purchasing and installing a new ceiling fan.

Ceiling Fan Basics 

  • Choosing the Right Size
  • Choosing the Appropriate Mounting System
  • Ceiling Fans Rated for Wet/Damp Locations
  • Ceiling Fan Performance: Components that Count
  • Ceiling Fan Accessories and Purchasing Choices
  • Other Helpful Links

Ceiling Fan Basics

Choosing the Right Size
Ceiling fan blade spans range from 29 to 54 inches – the most popular being the 52-inch model. To determine which size you need, measure the room where the ceiling fan will be installed and follow these guidelines:

Room DimensionsSuggested Fan Size
Up to 75 ft229 – 36″
76 – 144 ft236 – 42″
144 – 225 ft244″
225 – 400 ft250 – 54″

* Reference: American Lighting Association, 2003

Choosing the Appropriate Mounting System
Ceiling fans should be installed, or mounted, in the middle of the room and at least 7 feet above the floor and 18 inches from the walls. If ceiling height allows, install the fan 8 – 9 feet above the floor for optimal airflow. 

  • Standard mounts come with a 3 – 5 inch downrod, which is the metal pipe that extends from the ceiling bracket to the top of the fan. Downrods are usually either 1/2 or 3/4-inch in diameter.
  • Extended mounts can be used to hang the ceiling fan at the desired 8- 9-feet from the floor for tall ceiling heights. Downrods can be purchased from 6 inches (9 ft ceiling) to 120 inches (20 ft ceiling). Check with the manufacturer or sales associate to determine the right downrod length for you.
  • Flush mounts anchor the fan directly against the ceiling. Most standard fans can be installed as a flush mount however, many manufacturers sell “hugger” or “low profile” ceiling fans that are specifically designed for this purpose. Hugger fans are ideal for rooms that have ceilings under 8 feet in height or in situations where a fan with optional light would hang down too low. Hugger fans will not move as much air as a regular fan because the blades are closer to the ceiling.
  • Sloped mounts are used for angled or vaulted ceilings.

See Ceiling Fan Installation and Usage Tips for more information about mounting the ceiling fan.

Wet/Damp Rating. Placing a ceiling fan in a bathroom or other humid locations? Purchase a fan that has been UL listed with a “damp” rating. For fans that may come in direct contact with water, like on a patio or front porch, look for a UL “wet” rating. These fans include features such as sealed/moisture resistant motors, rust resistant housing, stainless steel hardware, and all weather blades.

Performance: Components that Count

No one component defines the performance of the fan; rather it is the combination of all of these components that affects how well a fan works. Motor: Basically, there are two types of ceiling fan motors: those with sealed and lubricated ball bearings and those with bearings that rotate in an oil bath. Lubrication provides smooth operation and contributes to the longevity of the motor. Motors with sealed bearings require little or no maintenance whereas motors with oil baths need occasional service, such as adding oil.

Motor Grade:  Performance Grade fans – Use larger and more powerful motors that are designed for continuous use and quiet operation. These are usually the most expensive models
Medium Grade fans are suitable for operating 12 hours or less per day.
Moderate or Economy Grade fans work best in a room with 8-foot ceilings, running no more than 8 hours a day. Least are the most inexpensive ceiling fans

Motor Housing: The housing is the decorative body of the fan that encloses the fan motor. Fans that use heavier materials, such as die cast metals, for housing tend to vibrate less, provide more stability for longer downrods, and provide a good surface for high quality finishes.

Other features that ensure longevity and quiet operation include heavy-duty windings, precision engineering bearings, and shock-absorbent internal components. These features are commonly found in more expensive ceiling fan models.

Blade
Pitch is the angle of the fan’s blades, and it’s measured in degrees. Higher blade pitches usually move more air, which is given in cubic feet per minute, or CFM. However, blade pitch alone does not determine air movement. Other factors such as the motor design and speed, as well as blade design, material, number, and length can contribute to the amount of air movement. Higher pitch is NOT always better – some models offer a higher blade pitch to compensate for a smaller, less efficient motor.

Blades should be sealed from moisture to prevent warping, bubbling, or peeling. Some manufacturers offer special coatings on metal finishes to prevent scratches or tarnishing.

High quality blades are weighed and balanced prior to shipment and come in factory-matched sets. For this reason, they cannot be switched out with other fans. For flexibility in design, a number of manufacturers offer a variety of blade styles and finishes for a particular fan. However, changing the blade style could affect the performance of the fan.

Controls: Most residential ceiling fans (and all ENERGY STAR qualified fans) feature the ability to reverse the motor and airflow direction, allowing you to operate the fan year-round. This control is usually found on the fan’s switch housing.

Ceiling Fan Installation and Usage Tips

Ceiling fan performance and energy savings rely heavily on the proper installation and use of the ceiling fan. Here are a few tips to ensure quality and product performance. Note: consumers should read and understand manufacturer instructions before attempting to install a ceiling fan. Choosing the Appropriate UL-Rated Electrical Box. Make sure that you use the appropriate UL-listed metal box, marked “For Use With Ceiling Fans.” This outlet box is mounted above the ceiling and also is the point where the fan is attached. This box houses all wiring needed to operate and connect the ceiling fan. If you are replacing a ceiling fixture, most likely you will need to replace the electrical box.

Mounting the Ceiling Fan. If possible, the ceiling fan should be anchored to a ceiling joist. In the case that the joist is not located in the center of the room, a special ceiling fan mounting bracket with spiked ends should be installed between joists. Keep in mind that ceiling fans can weigh as much as 50 pounds! For tips on installing a ceiling fan, click on the file below.

Balancing a Wobbly Fan. All fan blades should be balanced prior to shipment; however, if the fan is wobbly after installation, there are ways to fix it. First, make sure that all connections are properly aligned and tightly fastened. Check the alignment of the blades by holding a yardstick vertically along the edges; you may be able to gently bend a misaligned blade holder back into proper place. If all blades are aligned, a balancing kit can then be used to pinpoint the culprit. These kits are either provided within product packaging (e.g., balancing clips and blade weights) or can be sent by the manufacturer free of charge.

Turn Off When not in the Room. Ceiling fans cool people, not rooms. If the room is unoccupied, turn off the ceiling fan to save energy.

Using the Ceiling Fan Year Round. In the summer, use the ceiling fan in the counter-clockwise direction. The airflow produced by the ceiling fan creates a wind-chill effect, making you “feel” cooler. In the winter, reverse the motor and operate the ceiling fan at low speed in the clockwise direction. This produces a gentle updraft, which forces warm air near the ceiling down into the occupied space. Remember to adjust your thermostat when using your ceiling fan – additional energy and dollar savings could be realized with this simple step!

Ceiling Fan Accessories and Purchasing Choices

  • Light Kits: There are many choices of ceiling fan light kits.
    • Branched, or stemmed, light kits usually come with 3 or 4 “arms” and can either point up toward the ceiling fan or down toward the floor. 
    • Bowl light kits can either be directly attached to the ceiling fan housing (i.e., integral), or attached below the fan. Bowl and shade designs range from clear to alabaster, crystal, or tiffany – the fancier the glass design, the more expensive. Nearly all ENERGY STAR qualified ceiling fan light fixtures use bowl lighting. 
    • Uplight designs are also becoming more popular. where the light kit sits on top of the housing and point up toward the ceiling, casting a softer light throughout the room
  • Ceiling fan light kits can be purchased three different ways: (1) integrated into the fan, (2) included with the fan at the time of purchase, or (3) sold separately. Many of the light kits that are sold separately are “universal,” meaning that they can be used on a number of different fan models. Similarly, most ceiling fans are light kit adaptable. However, there are many cases where compatibility is only between light kits and ceiling fans under the same brand. Information regarding light kit/ceiling fan compatibility should be found on the product packaging.
  • Remote and Wall Controls: Standard controls for the ceiling fan motor include a pull chain attached to the housing (two if lighting is included), and a motor reversing switch on the lower, or switch, housing. However, many manufacturers offer remote or wall controls either sold with the model or as an accessory. Most ceiling fans have a 3-speed switch in the housing and as such, most ceiling fan wall controls complement this set-up. When choosing a wall control for a fan/light combination, make sure to choose one that operates each function separately and can operate the fan at 3 or 4 distinct speeds. Using a conventional dimmer switch to run the fan could cause the ceiling fan motor to hum. When you choose an ENERGY STAR qualified fan with lighting or an ENERGY STAR qualified light kit, and you wish to use it with a dimmer, make sure the packaging indicates that the lighting is dimmable. 
  • Be sure to look for controls that match up with your ceiling fan: maximum amps, number of speeds, total lamp wattage, and brand. Some of the remote and wall controls work with a number of different ceiling fan brands; however, there are some remotes that should only be used with specific brands. Check with the sales associate and/or the product packaging if purchasing the controls separately.

Purchasing Choices
Ceiling fans are sold in many different distribution channels: lighting and builder showrooms, national retail chains, hardware stores, and electrical distributors. Showrooms offer consumers many different brands, finishes, blade types, and light kit options. Here, each consumer may essentially design his or her own fan. Retail chains and hardware stores usually offer a number of different choices in completed fans, with or without lighting, and light kits. 

Fans With Lights

Efficiency (CFM/Watt)
Product TypeManufacturer NameBrand NameModel NameModel NumberRetailer/SKU NumberLowMediumHighType of LightingTotal Input (Watts)Motor Warranty (years)Components Warranty (years)Date Available on Market
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsHunter Fan CompanyHunter Fan Company52″ Clarrilon 21241 16311375Circline22LifetimeAll components except glass – 115-Aug-02
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsHunter Fan CompanyHunter Fan Company52″ Sonora – Brushed Nickel 21431 15510875Circline22LifetimeAll components except glass – 11-Oct-03
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsHunter Fan CompanyHunter Fan Company52″ Sonora – French Vanilla 21432 15510875Circline22LifetimeAll components except glass – 11-Oct-03
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsHunter Fan CompanyHunter Fan CompanyChantilly 23547 15710876CR29.5Lifetime1 year – glass, blade switch (other parts included in general fan warranty)1-Mar-04
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsHunter Fan CompanyHunter Fan CompanyGrand Isle 23780 15610976CR29.13011-Nov-03
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsHunter Fan CompanyHunter Fan CompanyOceanus, Graphite 23534106312208157106Circline22.1Lifetime1 year1-Feb-03
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsHunter Fan CompanyHunter Fan CompanyPalermo – Brushed Nickel 21617 15611176Circline22.15011-Nov-02
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsKing of FansHampton Bay54″ Callaway 54CHROL 177144113CFL14.33Lifetime2 years1-Mar-04
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsKing of FansHampton BayWindward (Br. Steel) 55295Home Depot: 523-127161.07136.7106.3Circline28.6LifetimeElectrical components – 21-May-03
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsKing of FansHampton BayWindward (White. Steel) 55296Home Depot: 523-342161.07136.7106.3Circline28.6LifetimeElectrical components – 21-May-03
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsSea Gull Lighting Products IncorporatedSea Gull Lighting  1575BLE-07 160.48132.4893.73CR38.43011-Nov-03
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsSea Gull Lighting Products IncorporatedSea Gull Lighting  1575BLE-15 160.48132.4893.73CR38.43011-Nov-03
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsSea Gull Lighting Products IncorporatedSea Gull Lighting  1590BLE-15 166.06123.3690.69Circline38.4LifetimeFan components (except bulbs): 1 year warranty1-Oct-03
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsSea Gull Lighting Products IncorporatedSea Gull Lighting  1590BLE-71 166.06123.3690.69Circline38.4LifetimeFan components (except bulbs): 1 year warranty1-Oct-03
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsSea Gull Lighting Products IncorporatedSea Gull Lighting  1590BLE-802 166.06123.3690.69Circline38.4LifetimeFan components (except bulbs): 1 year warranty1-Oct-03
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsSea Gull Lighting Products IncorporatedSea Gull Lighting  1590BLE-962 166.06123.3690.69Circline38.4LifetimeFan components (except bulbs): 1 year warranty1-Oct-03
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsWestinghouse Lighting CorporationWestinghouseAdvantage Plus ES 72086 151.65125.6288.37Circline36.4LifetimeAll components except glass – 11-Apr-02
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsWestinghouse Lighting CorporationWestinghouseItalia ES 72089 148.51121.4988.44Circline36.4LifetimeAll components except glass – 1Light Kit – 51-Apr-02
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsWestinghouse Lighting CorporationWestinghouseJewel ES 72090 158.35121.8984.69Circline36.4LifetimeAll components except glass – 1Light Kit – 51-Apr-02
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsWestinghouse Lighting CorporationWestinghouseSavona ES 72087 148.77122.4488.22Circline36.4LifetimeAll components except glass – 11-Apr-02
Ceiling Fan with Light Kit – Pin Based CFLsWestinghouse Lighting CorporationWestinghouseVienna ES 72088 153.6121.2586.62Circline36.4LifetimeAll components except glass – 1Light Kit – 51-Apr-02

Ceiling Fans Without Lights

Efficiency (CFM/Watt)
Product TypeManufacturer NameBrand Name Model NameModel NumberRetailer/SKU NumberLow MediumHighMotor Warranty (years)Components Warranty (Years)Date Available on Market
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsAmerican-De Rosa LampartsHome AIR CF52242-10 16411682LifetimeAll other components – 121-Oct-02
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsAmerican-De Rosa LampartsHome AIR CF52242-19 16411682LifetimeAll other components – 121-Oct-02
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsAmerican-De Rosa LampartsHome AIR CF52242-30 16411682LifetimeAll other components – 121-Oct-02
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsAmerican-De Rosa LampartsHome AIR CF52242-53 16411682LifetimeAll other components – 121-Oct-02
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsAmerican-De Rosa LampartsHome AIR CF52242-66 16411682LifetimeAll other components – 121-Oct-02
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsAmerican-De Rosa LampartsHome AIR CF52242-90 16411682LifetimeAll other components – 121-Oct-02
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsAmerican-De Rosa LampartsRIO 631100 15211383LifetimeAll other components – 121-Oct-02
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsAmerican-De Rosa LampartsRIO 631105 15211383LifetimeAll other components – 121-Oct-02
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsAmerican-De Rosa LampartsRIO 631110 15211383LifetimeAll other components – 121-Oct-02
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsAmerican-De Rosa LampartsRIO 631115 15211383LifetimeAll other components – 121-Oct-02
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsAmerican-De Rosa LampartsRIO 2 631150 17611479LifetimeAll other components – 121-Oct-02
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsAmerican-De Rosa LampartsRIO 2 631155 17611479LifetimeAll other components – 121-Oct-02
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsAmerican-De Rosa LampartsRIO 2 631185 17611479LifetimeAll other components – 121-Oct-02
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsAmerican-De Rosa LampartsTropical 52242-10/ 30/ 53/ 66 164.66116.482.595011-Dec-02
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsLighting One/Pacific BreezeOutdoor CL52262-30 149.08107.3277.89Limited Lifetime1 year1-Apr-03
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsLighting One/Pacific BreezeOutdoor CL52262-53 149.08107.3277.89Limited Lifetime1 year1-Apr-03
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsLighting One/Pacific BreezeOutdoor CL52262-66 149.08107.3277.89Limited Lifetime1 year1-Apr-03
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsLighting One/Pacific BreezeTropical Breeze CL52242-19 164.66116.482.59LifetimeAll other components – 11-Mar-03
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsLighting One/Pacific BreezeTropical Breeze CL52242-53 164.66116.482.59LifetimeAll other components – 11-Mar-03
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsLighting One/Pacific BreezeWindjammer CL54272-32 149.91106.7877.79Lifetime1 year1-Apr-03
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsLighting One/Pacific BreezeWindjammer CL54272-53 149.91106.7877.79Lifetime1 year1-Apr-03
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Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsSunset Lighting and FansHome Air CF52242-32 164.66116.482.59LifetimeAll other components – 11-Mar-03
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsSunset Lighting and FansHome Air/EX CF54272-30 149.91106.7877.79Lifetime1 year1-Apr-03
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsSunset Lighting and FansHome Air/EX CF54272-32 149.91106.7877.79Lifetime1 year1-Apr-03
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsSunset Lighting and FansHome Air/EX CF54272-53 149.91106.7877.79Lifetime1 year1-Apr-03
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsSunset Lighting and FansHome Air/EX CF54272-66 149.91106.7877.79Lifetime1 year1-Apr-03
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsSunset Lighting and FansHome Air/Outdoor CF52262-30 149.08107.3277.89Limited Lifetime1 year1-Apr-03
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsSunset Lighting and FansHome Air/Outdoor CF52262-53 149.08107.3277.89Limited Lifetime1 year1-Apr-03
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsSunset Lighting and FansHome Air/Outdoor CF52262-66 149.08107.3277.89Limited Lifetime1 year1-Apr-03
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsSunset Lighting and FansHome Air/Quick Connect CF52252-10 147.39105.0780.6Limited Lifetime1 year1-Apr-03
Ceiling Fan OnlyAmerican-DeRosa LampartsSunset Lighting and FansHome Air/Quick Connect CF52252-19 147.39105.0780.6Limited Lifetime1 year1-Apr-03
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