Energy efficient awesomeness.
It’s a promise—your Hunter ceiling fan can have a positive impact on your wallet and the world.
Gadgets get all the attention, but your fan has the latest technology in it, too.
We’ve come a long way since the belt-driven, water-powered fans of the 1800s (that we, ahem, invented). Today’s ceiling fans feature some pretty amazing technology, allowing them to deliver powerful effects in every room with incredible efficiency. It’s all about getting the highest CFM ratings (cubic feet per minute—that’s how air movement is measured) with the smallest amount of energy use possible. Finding new and better ways to increase savings without sacrificing comfort? That’s what gets us out of bed in the morning.
Ceiling Fan Myth #1:
A low-wattage motor = energy efficiency.
False! Energy efficiency is about more than the motor—it’s also about how much air the fan moves, along with some other factors, like blade pitch (angle). But it isn’t your job to figure that all out—our engineering team already has.
Ceiling Fan Myth #2:
A fan costs a lot to operate.
False! On average, a ceiling fan—even running on high speed—takes less power than a 100-watt light bulb. Dollars and "sense"? We’re talking about $0.01 an hour or less, depending on the motor.