Hunter combines 19th century craftsmanship with 21st century design and technology to create ceiling fans of unmatched quality, style, and whisper-quiet performance. Using the finest materials to create stylish designs, Hunter ceiling fans work beautifully in today’s homes and can save up to 47% on cooling costs!
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Compare:36'' to 48'' ceiling fans have airflow efficiencies ranging from approximately 71 to 86 cubic feet per minute per watt at high speed
Money-Saving Tip:Fans cool people, not rooms. To cut costs and save energy, turn off your ceiling fan when you leave the room.
To calculate the impact you can have on your wallet—and the environment—simply answer a few questions on Hunter’s Energy Savings Calculator to see how much you can save when you have a programmable thermostat and a Hunter ceiling fan in every living space in your home.
Quiet, looks good, moves a lot of air, provides lots of light even from those tiny bulbs. But installing with a down tube on slightly valulted ceiling-definately not a 5 minute job. Why even advertise such a thing for a diy???
Recently had my Inglewood fan installed. It is a very attractive fan and looks fantastic in the room. Had only one problem....when light was on for a period of time, you could smell an odor (rubbery). After searching the internet I found that the smell comes from the rubber bands that are located around the globes. I removed the bands and replaced with electrical tape. I no longer have the smell. That was the only snafu. Other than that ... I love the fan.
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