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Lowe's has select ceiling fans on sale w/ free shipping. Notes: I matched the names by model number. Notes: for Harbor Breeze, check nearby stores if price shows higher.
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Depends. Do you want to operate the light and the fan separately? Then yes, you'll have to run an additional wire to the junction box where the light hangs, unless there already is one there. But then you'll also need to have an additional switch added, so that you have one for the light and one for the fan.

Otherwise you could hook light and fan to the same hot and they would both operate off the same switch. Without knowing how tall your ceiling is, and how out of place it may or may not look, you could then use the on/off functions of the pull chains (additional length might be required, but available to any hardware store) to control the fan and light default states.
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Side question, I want to replace my light fixture with a ceiling fan/ light combo. Due to the ceiling height, I could not physically control the fan power. If I install a fan without the remote, would I need to run an additional wire to control the fan from the wall switch?
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Side question, I want to replace my light fixture with a ceiling fan/ light combo. Due to the ceiling height, I could not physically control the fan power. If I install a fan without the remote, would I need to run an additional wire to control the fan from the wall switch?
Depends. Do you want to operate the light and the fan separately? Then yes, you'll have to run an additional wire to the junction box where the light hangs, unless there already is one there. But then you'll also need to have an additional switch added, so that you have one for the light and one for the fan.

Otherwise you could hook light and fan to the same hot and they would both operate off the same switch. Without knowing how tall your ceiling is, and how out of place it may or may not look, you could then use the on/off functions of the pull chains (additional length might be required, but available to any hardware store) to control the fan and light default states.
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Depends. Do you want to operate the light and the fan separately? Then yes, you'll have to run an additional wire to the junction box where the light hangs, unless there already is one there. But then you'll also need to have an additional switch added, so that you have one for the light and one for the fan.

Otherwise you could hook light and fan to the same hot and they would both operate off the same switch. Without knowing how tall your ceiling is, and how out of place it may or may not look, you could then use the on/off functions of the pull chains (additional length might be required, but available to any hardware store) to control the fan and light default states.
Yep thank you. My ceiling is too tall, not able to control the fan physically. Look like I would need to order a ceiling fan that comes with remote
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Yep thank you. My ceiling is too tall, not able to control the fan physically. Look like I would need to order a ceiling fan that comes with remote
I actually just use the Walmart remote and put a blank where the switch was, remote isn't fancy but pretty cheap, around $12 occasionally. Also available on eBay.
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Yep thank you. My ceiling is too tall, not able to control the fan physically. Look like I would need to order a ceiling fan that comes with remote

I haven't put any research in to this, but I think you can actually add the remote to most ceiling fans, so that might also be an option if you see the one you like but it doesn't have a remote.
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No remote on harbor breeze
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Your Harbor Breeze link goes to something else, here's the proper link: https://www.lowes.com/pd/Harbor-B...1000117385

I'm surprised to see antique brass making a comeback, I feel like I haven't seen anything antique brass in years! It's mostly been brushed nickel, bronze or just flat out UGLY!
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my $40 ceiling fan (walmart) burned out after 10+ years.
easier to replace the motor or replace the whole thing? (lights still work )
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I haven't put any research in to this, but I think you can actually add the remote to most ceiling fans, so that might also be an option if you see the one you like but it doesn't have a remote.
I think those remote kits are fairly universal. I just installed 2 in my house, one that came bundled in a fan , and another was a standalone. Both of them hooked up the same, you connect the fan hot to a wire and the fan-light hot to another wire on the sensor. Then the remote and sensor work together to control the separate power needs. The hardest part in installing both was stuffing the stupid wired box back into the fan housing. There was not a lot of space to work with . Make sure when you wire the wires to the wired part of the remote unit, you nut them together as tight as possible. When you stuff it back in, they can come loose.

I also had to duct tape the unit to the ceiling on one since there was no good place to put it. The duct tape came loose and started hitting the motor making this weird clicking noise. I assumed the fan was broken but relieved to see it was only the little black box. I taped it up more securely and have not had any issues since. Fans are a pain to work on by yourself since they take forever to take apart and then at some point, you will have to hold the weight of the fan to screw it back in.
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my $40 ceiling fan (walmart) burned out after 10+ years.
easier to replace the motor or replace the whole thing? (lights still work )
Fans sometimes come as an entire kit, i.e lights , remote, and fan. However, some of the cheaper ones are fan only, and you have to buy a light kit separately. If your fan has a universal light kit, then it may be worth it to save at least that part. We just paid like $40 for a light kit alone, and another 20-30 for the wired remote kit. The fans themselves seem to be the cheapest parts! lol!
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The Harbor Breeze fan is coming up $99
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my $40 ceiling fan (walmart) burned out after 10+ years.
easier to replace the motor or replace the whole thing? (lights still work )
Replace the whole thing, you likely won't be able to find a new motor.
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Which one is the most efficient and silent?
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