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Hampton Bay Ceiling Fans: Southwind 52" Fan $70, Hawkins 44" Fan $30, Hugger 52" Fan EXPIRED

brisar 108,738 May 16, 2013 at 04:38 PM in Home & Home Improvement (3) More Home Depot Deals
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#46
Quote from fblissjr View Post :
We're in the market for a fan in our kitchen - 20ft ceilings and concrete, so needs to be wireless. Any slickdeals? Smilie
You can buy a ~$30 wireless adapter with remote for these.

We have a Hampton Bay fan we purchased about 3 years ago. We have had 0 problems with it and it is fairly quiet. I would def buy one again based on how cheap/decent our current one is.
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Ture, and better off financially if they charge $150 - $200 per fan install. At the rate I was installing fans in our house (included putting the fan rated box to replace light only box, and running 12/3 wire to replace 14/2 wire that was in place so that fan/light can be operated independantly from the switch).

I could have installed 10+ fans in one day. That works out to $104,000/year without college debt!
or $0 if you had a job that reimbursed you for your tuition. sure a 4 year degree would take 6+ years, but you would win in the long run.
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perfect
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#49
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or $0 if you had a job that reimbursed you for your tuition. sure a 4 year degree would take 6+ years, but you would win in the long run.

Haven't come across a job that pays for BS, but I had my work pay for my MBA, which was $60k.

The closest I ever came to a job paying for my BS was them offering $15K sign on bonus.
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#51
Thanks got a 52" and a couple 44"ers. House was a foreclosure and the people took all the fans. lol
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#52
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Call Customer service. i just ordered 2. They said they had over 120 in stock.
I wanted to order online for the purpose of getting my $10 rebate card for the purchase. I already have $20 gift card, which would have netted me the fan for free.
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#53
just called and ordered some....they have 21 left
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#54
Quote from dentalsalespro View Post :
any idea how long this sale is on for. They have a lot of nice fans on sale. Thanks
Quote from Raj View Post :
Anyone know how long this sale is running? These prices are pretty good.
Online Special Valid : 05/16/2013 - 05/29/2013 or varies for different ceiling fans.

Quote from albundyhere View Post :
or you could just get an adapter for them and solve your problems.
http://www.amazon.com/Lighting-EV...ra+adapter
Depends on area clearance which won't work for non-protruding lighting fixtures or must use without the glass cover .
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#55
Question: I have a permanent disability that will not allow me to raise or extend my right arm to the ceiling in order to install a fan, so therefore I would need to hire an installer, unfortunately. Secondly, I live in an apartment and the ceiling is stucco'd flat with no signs of a previous fan installation, so I'm not sure if electrical current is available at the ceiling's center position. Is there a way that I can tell whether my ceiling's underlying assembly is fan friendly? If not, I certainly don't want to pay for that level of installation and besides, I would be violating the terms of my lease. Lastly, I'm curious about the light switch that's located just inside the entry door, of the room in question - it has served me no purpose since my residency. Is that a positive sign that the underlying ceiling is fan friendly? Geez, hope that made sense to someone. Thanks for any help you can offer.
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#56
stay AWAY... Complete junk... How much quality do you really think can be in a $27 paddle fan....
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Quote from esaiz View Post :
Question: I have a permanent disability that will not allow me to raise or extend my right arm to the ceiling in order to install a fan, so therefore I would need to hire an installer, unfortunately. Secondly, I live in an apartment and the ceiling is stucco'd flat with no signs of a previous fan installation, so I'm not sure if electrical current is available at the ceiling's center position. Is there a way that I can tell whether my ceiling's underlying assembly is fan friendly? If not, I certainly don't want to pay for that level of installation and besides, I would be violating the terms of my lease. Lastly, I'm curious about the light switch that's located just inside the entry door, of the room in question - it has served me no purpose since my residency. Is that a positive sign that the underlying ceiling is fan friendly? Geez, hope that made sense to someone. Thanks for any help you can offer.
They make what they call "old work" fan bar boxes which can be installed to support a fan no problem. As for as buying any of these fans to do it stay away..... Why would anyone want to pay an electrician to put up a piece of junk... If you are installing it yourself it might be worth it because then you can take it down and put a new one up a year later without the electrician bill.
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#58
These fans might be ok for a kitchen or other living areas where ambient noise exists. However, for a bedroom or room with very high ceilings, I would spend the extra money for a Casablanca or Hunter fan.
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Quote from Bobbydigee View Post :
They make what they call "old work" fan bar boxes which can be installed to support a fan no problem. As for as buying any of these fans to do it stay away..... Why would anyone want to pay an electrician to put up a piece of junk... If you are installing it yourself it might be worth it because then you can take it down and put a new one up a year later without the electrician bill.
Thank you for your response
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#60
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These prices are $7 to $20 off retail !? Since when that's a slickdeals!
The "Hugger" everyday price is $34.97. What would you expect from a 52" ceiling fan that costs $35? Moreover, they are Hampton Bay brand.
Awful deal: stay far away.
Out of balance, noisy, cheap. These are rental quality.
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