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13 of the Best Ceiling Fans to Keep You Cool All Year Round

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Ceiling fans are one of those household commodities that are useful all year round. In the summer, they work to keep you cool, and in the winter, on a low setting, they can provide a gentle way to circulate warm air that tends to collect near the ceiling, as warm air rises. If you’re looking to add this accent piece to a space it’s currently missing from, be it indoor or outdoor, or are merely looking to replace your current model, you’re in luck: We’ve collated 13 of the best ceiling fans around for all tastes, styles, and budgets. 

The Best Ceiling Fan Brands for Your Home

While you’d do well to choose a trusted company, such as Hunter, outright, ceiling fans come in a wide variety of styles that will likely influence which ceiling brand you purchase for your home. If you’re put off by a generic and industrial look, for instance, you can opt for a sleek, stylish, minimalistic, version from CO-Z , or a more rustic vibe courtesy of Three Posts. 

Ceiling fans come in an array of different sizes and materials, and, depending on what you prefer, you’re likely to choose accordingly, be it wood (Mainstays), metals, such as steel (Westinghouse) or brass (Three Posts), or even stained glass (River of Goods),

Function will also play a role. You can choose from two-blade models from CO-Z up to eight-blade fans from Honeywell. Some brands offer built-in lights, while others have included extras, like remote controls, so you can operate your ceiling fan from the comfort of your trusty recliner

We searched the net to find awesome ceiling fans you’re sure to love, and our 13 favorites made on this list. Keep scrolling for FIRST’s picks for the best ceiling fans for your home.

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