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Ceiling fan - in which room will it work best?

Ceiling fans help shed light on what matters most while bringing comfort and style to any room - indoors or outdoors. From open spaces to cozy bedrooms, from gorgeous lounges to outdoor patios, there's a ceiling fan designed for you.

Add a breath of fresh air to any room. Any size, any finish, any style… Choose column fans to match your arrangement. You can buy the recommended products in our store, with the free delivery option available.

In order to regulate the fan speed on hot days, selected fans have remote control. Products equipped with a practical remote control have functions that allow you to change the speed of rotation of the propeller anywhere in the room. It is the perfect choice that will decorate the room and ensure the right air temperature, while becoming the main lighting. It is an extremely practical solution combining many advantages at an attractive price.

Stay calm outside. The home fan brings style and airflow to your favorite outdoor entertainment spaces. Each one offers the highest quality finishes and equipment designed to withstand the conditions for years of trouble-free operation. Spend hot summer days with your family and the fan will keep your guests cool, regardless of the outside temperature.

Ceiling fans with outdoor installation? We advise on how to choose the perfect solution.

There are some restrictions on where to place the ceiling fan, depending on what moisture it will come into contact with.

Indoor fans should be kept in places where they will not come into contact with water, such as living rooms and bedrooms. Ceiling fans with an IP20 (humidity) degree of protection can be used in rooms with moderate humidity, for example in a room with a folding door that integrates with the environment when opened. They cannot withstand direct contact with water. Ceiling fans with an IP23 (humidity) degree of protection can be used in a room with high humidity, such as closed verandas, solar gardens or utility rooms. Features a water-repellent, durable finish and incorporates a galvanized backing layer on all metal surfaces to protect against rust. In addition, their propeller blades are made of ABS plastic or sealed wood to ensure longevity in wet conditions. Ceiling fans with IP44 (wet) protection can be used in open areas with direct exposure to sun, rain or spray water, such as pergolas and open verandas. They have a very durable finish that protects against rain and snow and are equipped with ABS plastic blades for all weather conditions.

Our store offers models with a variety of styles and finishes, designed to fit all your needs. A modern standing fan adds a clean, unobtrusive look to open spaces. You can choose something more traditional to complement the rooms with a classic, elegant décor. Many models allow you to control the remote control, adjust the speed, change the power of the device and perform the functions of lighting. The devices available on the market allow you to work in winter mode. Choosing a product that fits even a small apartment will be easy after following the instructions below.

Column or ceiling fan, how to choose a fan to the size of the room?

To determine the correct size of the ceiling fan blades for the room you intend to cool, you must first take some measurements. This handy guide will give you more information on what fan size you will need by judging its future location.

  1. Measure the length and width of the room or space, then multiply e.g.. 3.7 m long by 3 m wide = 11.1 square meters. Once you know the size of your space, you can narrow your search to the selected device model.
  2. Measure the height of the ceiling. Fans should have a clearance of at least 2.1 m between the lower part of the fan blades and the floor. Standard models available in our assortment work with ceilings with a length of 2.4 m or 2.7 m. If your ceiling is higher, you will need an additional pull-down bar for optimal performance throughout the room with this type of fixture.
  3. It should be remembered that all ceiling fans should be at least 30 cm away from any wall or object in order to ensure the correct air temperature.. If you choose to use multiple fans, make sure the distance between the propeller tips of one fan and the other is at least 99 cm.. You can combine the overhead lighting with a ceiling fan. Ceiling fans with integrated lights use LED modules or replaceable LED bulbs. Some fans come with 2-sided propeller blades so you can customize your color choices while refreshing your home decor. All semi-flush models can be extended with additional bars downwards to lower the fan in rooms with high ceilings.

Reduce energy costs in your home by changing the air circulation of the fan to suit the seasons.

When it is hot outside, turn the fan counterclockwise. The propeller pushes air downwards, creating a blowing or cooling effect. The fan can make you feel 4 ° C cooler than the ambient temperature. In winter, set the fan to rotate clockwise. The propeller blades will draw air up and around, bringing warm air that rises to the ceiling, back down into the living space. The effect can help adjust the thermostat to + 2.2ºC in summer and -1.1ºC in winter. This makes the fan the only energy saving device in your home as it contributes to lower energy costs. It should be remembered that this solution only applies to internal fans.

Domestic windmill - device efficiency.

  • AIR FLOW is measured in cubic feet per minute (CFM). The higher the airflow number, the more air circulates the fan.
  • THE ENERGY CONSUMPTION of a machine's engine is measured in watts. The lower the power, the less energy the fan uses. Ceiling fans with a DC motor are the most energy efficient and consume the least power.
  • AIRFLOW EFFICIENCY gives the complete picture: dividing the CFM of a fan by the watts of power it consumes. The higher the airflow efficiency value, the more air flows through the fan per watt.