Keeping a home cool and promoting air flow is an important way to stay comfortable and keep your home safe. Good air flow helps break away dust buildup and eliminates dangerous asthmatic triggers. Ceiling fans are a great option here but there are many models from which you can choose?
The following 10 ceiling fans with lights are among the most popular on the market. Choosing any of these fans is a great idea for a homeowner looking to keep their home cool and dust-free.
Emerson Ceiling Fans CF711ORS Pro Series II Indoor Ceiling Fan With Light
This 50-inch fan comes with rubbed bronze housing and gorgeous Dark Cherry and medium oak dual blades. Handsome color options make this fan a great choice, as does its easy install slip-on mounting bracket. The light fixture can be easily removed, replaced, and repaired with a simple screwdriver.
Westinghouse 7234265 Xavier II 52 Inch Ceiling Fan
Designed for rooms of up to 360 square feet, this 52-inch ceiling fan moves a lot of air. It comes with a reversible switch that makes it useful for both summer and winter use. It is also a very efficient fan, using just 67 watts of electricity without lights. The included 50-watt halogen light bulbs make it even more efficient.
Hunter Fan Company 53242 Builder Elite Energy Star 52-inch Ceiling Fan
When you order this fan, you get five reversible blade built out of harvest mahogany or Brazilian Cherry. It is easily adaptable with a variety of lights and has three speed options. Multiple mounting options are also available, including standard, flush, and angled, making this fan perfect for a variety of homes.
Hunter 53091 Builder Deluxe 5-Blade Single Light Ceiling Fan
For those who want a “whisper quiet” fan, the Hunter 53091 is a good option. It comes with a “WhisperWind” motor that helps it operate at the quietest possible sound level. Two pull chains make it easy to control both the fan and to activate the two 60 watt light bulbs included with each model. Even better, a limited lifetime warranty helps cover a variety of damage types.
Westinghouse 7800000 Brentford Indoor/Outdoor 52-Inch Five-Blade Fan
One of the few models on this list that can be used outdoors, the Westinghouse 7800000 comes with a triple capacitor motor that includes three fan speeds and a reverse switch. Included with each model is three 40-watt light bulbs and lead wire for easier installation in outdoor environments.
Hampton Bay Hugger 52 in. White Ceiling Fan With Light
Anyone looking for an adaptable fan will enjoy the Hampton Bay Hugger. It has three different speeds in up and down-flow air options. It is designed to be one of the quietest and most efficient fans on the market, coming with a multi-capacitor that decreases its operation sound.
Hunter Fan Company 52090 Watson Ceiling Fan
The Hunter Fan Company 52090 comes with a WhisperWind motor for “quiet-as-a-church-mouse” operation. Each blade is coated with Hunter’s Dust Armor technology, which helps eliminate 58 percent of all dust buildup. A limited lifetime warranty will help cover repairs should your fan break down.
Minka-Aire F844-DK Light Wave 52″ Ceiling Fan
This simple ceiling fan is large enough to provide cooling air for a room 360 square feet in size. It comes with a hand-held remote that includes a full-range of light dimming options. Unlike other options, it only has three fan blades but it does possess a manual reverse switch on the fan motor.
Hunter 53237 Builder Plus 52-Inch Ceiling Fan
One of the most powerful fans on the market, the Hunter 53237 can be used in rooms nearly 500 square feet in size. It comes with three-position mounting, including standard, flush, or angled options. Three 60-watt bulbs are included with each model.
Emerson Ceiling Fans CF144WW, Curva Sky, Modern Low Profile Hugger
Although relatively small (44 inches), this model is another indoor-outdoor model. This means it can be installed in outdoor environments, with weather-resistant blades and wet-location installation approval. Light installation isn’t necessary with this model, making it perhaps your best choice for an outdoor model.
While a ceiling fan won’t provide air conditioner-level cooling, it will help keep the air in your home from getting stagnant. Ceiling fans are also more efficient than air conditioners, making them a great choice for someone looking to save a little money on their heating and cooling needs.