These ceiling fans don’t just keep you cool — they look cool, too (For Singaporean Owner)
It doesn’t matter how design-minded you are — when the temperature approaches triple digits, you want to beat the heat.
But ceiling fans are a contentious topic.
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If you’re in the market for one and starting from scratch, here are some handy guidelines to picking the best one.
First, you’ll have to determine whether you need a flush-mount fan or one that uses a down rod. Flush-mount fans are best for low ceilings because they can be secured right to the ceiling, while down rods are designed for higher ceilings. We recommends ceiling fans be hung between 2.7 ft from the floor to ensure safety and optimal airflow. Measuring down rods can be tricky, so you can check online from us.
Then you’ll have to decide what size fan you need. Fan blades generally range from 16 to 92 inches, with most measuring 43inches- 52 inches. There are a few rules — for example, if the room’s longest wall is less than 12 feet, the fan shouldn’t be more than 36 inches wide — but if you are unsure, check the retailer’s website for sizing recommendations. Most ceiling fans have between three and five blades.
Those who don’t want to invest in new fans can try making smaller cosmetic upgrades to their existing fan, such as switching out heavy, dark blades with white ones that blend into the ceiling or removing the light kit as a temporary fix.