Ceiling fan

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Ceiling fan

A slowly rotating overhead fan with a wide sweep, moving large volumes of air at low speed; used in hot, humid climates to improve thermal circulation.

ceiling fan

A ceiling-mounted air-moving device that is characterized by several revolving blades (commonly three to five) which are comparatively large and slow-moving; usually hung so that it directs the air downward; relatively quiet in operation because of its low speed.
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Among many other things, the law would have required all ceiling fans sold in Maryland after March 2005 to be Energy Star-qualified.
Ceiling fans (technically called "paddle fans") used to be frustrating to install, to say the least.
Central air and window units, ceiling fans and portable blowers.
Portmans legislation will exempt the manufacturers of energy saving LEDs and ceiling fans from an onerous Department of Energy decision that could have curtailed or stopped production of LEDs and ceiling fans.
com's ceiling fans all year round—both indoors and out—in a wide variety of styles to match any decor.
He is credited with being a pioneer in importing ceiling fans and lighting from Asia, and sold fans to Home Depot in its early years.
Sh: Replacement Of Old Fittings, Ceiling Fans With Led Fittings And Energy Efficient Ceiling Fans.
When you hear that a ceiling fan is energy efficient, you know it saves you money on utility costs and helps promote a cleaner environment, but how do you compare the energy efficiency of ceiling fans to see which is the best model for your home?
Complementary items in each style family, such as table lamps, pendants, sconces and ceiling fans, are shown as insets.