There is a brand that popularized large fans called Big Ass Fan Company. They have done a great job marketing to a niche. However, they are not the only company to produce a very good large fan. There are better, less expensive alternatives.
So we will look at some other different variations in different styles and configurations. But first, do you even need a big fan?
Do You Need A Large Fan?
Yes, for larger rooms or cathedral ceilings over 15 feet, you could use a larger fan. However, in terms of air distribution many of the smaller fans do deliver a high volume of CFM.
Remember, decorative lighting and fans are just that. Decorative. Sometimes a large fan looks good in a smaller space as well just because it has the right look.
How Does a Paddle Fan Actually Work?
Paddle fans work because they change the perceived temperature on your skin. It’s like winter in Boston. The temperature may be 30 degrees, but the wind can make it seem much colder. By rapidly moving air in a room, a paddle fan can decrease the perceived temperature or increase it by reversing in the winter.
The mother of large ceiling fans. Comes in 3 finishes Koa, Tobacco or Brushed Nickel.
You do not have to spend tons of money for a cute sounding name. Be smarter by buying the right fan and saving some money at the same time.
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