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42" Westinghouse Lighting Richboro SE Reversible Five-Blade Indoor Ceiling Fan EXPIRED

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I just replaced a bunch of ceiling fans in my house and did a lot of research, one of the main things to look for is airflow, which is measured in CFM. The rule of thumb I read was stay above 3000, or you wont feel any airflow, and for larger/great rooms, you need one that can push above 4500. This fan is listed at 2444, which I would think is too low if you are looking for airflow/cooling.
42" ceiling fan is mainly for a smaller room such as a bedroom. If you need for a larger room, I'd suggest a 52" at minimum for a living room for instance. I'd also suggest a Hunter brand celling fan, as they have a lifetime warranty... They're frequently on sale at home depot or Lowe's for around this price.
Terrible price.
You can get a 52" fan for a lot less from Lowes (not even on sale): https://www.lowes.com/pd/Harbor-B...1000787296
With luck you can get that same fan for $40-$45 when it is on sale (every couple of months)

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good fan? looking for feedback..
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I just replaced a bunch of ceiling fans in my house and did a lot of research, one of the main things to look for is airflow, which is measured in CFM. The rule of thumb I read was stay above 3000, or you wont feel any airflow, and for larger/great rooms, you need one that can push above 4500. This fan is listed at 2444, which I would think is too low if you are looking for airflow/cooling.
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42" ceiling fan is mainly for a smaller room such as a bedroom. If you need for a larger room, I'd suggest a 52" at minimum for a living room for instance. I'd also suggest a Hunter brand celling fan, as they have a lifetime warranty... They're frequently on sale at home depot or Lowe's for around this price.
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Really small.
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True savings on these are on passing on these.
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we had our very old ceiling fan replaced with this one. not that much airflow but i think it's just good for circulating air in my dining area specially during warm season
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I need this for my nook dining table. 42" is small? Its a rectangular dining table for 6 and above it is where I am planning to install ceiling fan with light.
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I just replaced a bunch of ceiling fans in my house and did a lot of research, one of the main things to look for is airflow, which is measured in CFM. The rule of thumb I read was stay above 3000, or you wont feel any airflow, and for larger/great rooms, you need one that can push above 4500. This fan is listed at 2444, which I would think is too low if you are looking for airflow/cooling.
I saw where you got that, but look up a couple rows and on high speed, BuyDig has this rated at 3278 CFM. Amazon has it at 2995, where the difference is probably with down rod or not. Most people do not run on high, but this will move the air.

The nice thing about a larger fan is that it can run slower for the same CFM and not as noisy. As well, for larger long rooms, two fans can run slower to stay more quiet while moving the same or more air. In the winter where it actually gets cold, we reverse these and run on slow, blowing the air to the ceiling to push the heat down and not feel the draft.
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Terrible price.
You can get a 52" fan for a lot less from Lowes (not even on sale): https://www.lowes.com/pd/Harbor-B...1000787296
With luck you can get that same fan for $40-$45 when it is on sale (every couple of months)
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I saw where you got that, but look up a couple rows and on high speed, BuyDig has this rated at 3278 CFM. Amazon has it at 2995, where the difference is probably with down rod or not. Most people do not run on high, but this will move the air.

The nice thing about a larger fan is that it can run slower for the same CFM and not as noisy. As well, for larger long rooms, two fans can run slower to stay more quiet while moving the same or more air. In the winter where it actually gets cold, we reverse these and run on slow, blowing the air to the ceiling to push the heat down and not feel the draft.
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