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Top 7 Most Popular Ceiling Fan Manufacturers

Updated on April 17, 2013

Shopping for a Ceiling Fan? You're In Luck!

Just a few years ago you had a very limited selection of ceiling fans to choose from and just like those reality decorating shows said, they were ugly, hideous contraptions that did nothing at all for your décor, let alone your comfort. You might have had better results hanging an old box fan with a rope from your ceiling.

These days, that's all changed. Homeowners are realizing that there are two distinct benefits of installing a ceiling fan in every room: They improve air circulation, making your home much more comfortable, and they help lower your energy bill every month of the year.

And manufacturers have all stepped up their design and assembly processes to create unique, elegant designs to compliment any décor. Many manufacturers even offer customization options so you can put together your own unique creation.

But, with so many quality manufacturers to choose from and such a wide variety of beautiful designs, how do you know where to start? Well, right here, of course. Here are our Top 7 most popular ceiling fan manufacturer to help get you started on your search.

When you find a manufacturer you're interested in, visit our website at, for more complete information.

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Casablanca Ceiling Fans

Image source: Casablanca Fan Company

If you're looking for truly unique, elegant fan and lighting designs, then you'll want to take a stroll through Casablanca Ceiling Fan's innovative creations.

Each new design concept is initially sketched out on paper by talented artists, and it's then transferred to a 3-D design program for analysis. Structural engineers go over every line in the drawing, testing for structural integrity. Finally, only premium materials are chosen for the construction of each new design.

Casablanca is one of the few remaining manufacturers who actually builds their own motors and motor housings, too. And every fan is inspected for defects before it even leaves the production floor.

Prices start at $60 for standard configurations and range up to $600 for custom configurations.

Casablanca Fan Tour

Hunter Ceiling Fans

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Hunter Fans has been one of the leaders in the ceiling fan industry since they brought out the first water-driven fan in 1886. That's more than 120 years!

Hunter offers a large selection of styles ranging from sleek, contemporary designs to elegant, old-world designs that make you feel like you've slipped back in Time.

Each Hunter fan is hand-crafted using state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques, and before each fan leaves the assembly line it's actually signed by the person who made it.

Prices range from $50 for standard models to more than $350 for custom designs. Hunter also offers a Lifetime Warranty on the motor and a Limited Lifetime warranty on the blades and hardware.

Monte Carlo Ceiling Fans

Image source: Monte Carlo Fan Company

Unlike some manufacturers, the fan designs at Monte Carlo Fans change frequently because they pride themselves on staying one step ahead of their competition. As we say on our website, "If you're tired of looking at the same old thing, then it's time to look at Monte Carlo."

They're also known worldwide for their commitment to excellence, both in their products and manufacturing process, and in their unparalleled customer service.

Monte Carlo starts with a large selection but when you start adding in all the possible customization options the possibilities are almost endless. Prices range from $120 to $620 depending on choice of finishes, customization options, and blade materials and remote control options.

Harbor Breeze Ceiling Fans

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We're particularly fond of Harbor Breeze fans because they're so easy to install. Ideal for the Do-It-Yourself homeowner who wants to save money on energy bills and add a touch of elegance to his home, Harbor Breeze fans come with no-nonsense, easy-to-read instructions. Most homeowners find it takes less than an hour to install their new fan.

As a bonus, your local Lowes Home Improvement store carries a wide selection of Harbor Breeze fans so stop in any time for help or advice from their friendly customer service staff.

Prices range from $79 to $329 depending on finishes, and blade and remote control options, and Lowes backs all Harbor Breeze products with a 100% money-back guarantee.

DIY Homeowners Love Harbor Breeze Ceiling Fans
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How To Install A Harbor Breeze Ceiling Fan

Westinghouse Ceiling Fans

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Who doesn't recognize the name Westinghouse? They've been a leader in the home appliance and electroncs industry for more than 125 years.

George Westinghouse is credited with creating the first ceiling fan that ran on alternating current (AC), instead of direct current (DC). Thankfully, their design and manufacturing process just keeps getting better and better. Westinghouse is committed to providing high-quality products at affordable prices and after all these years they're still one the most popular manufacturers among homeowners.

Prices range from $47 to more than $200 and all fans are backed with a lifetime motor warranty and 2-year warranty on all other parts.

Emerson Ceiling Fans

Emerson ceiling fans
Emerson ceiling fans

Image source: Emerson Fans

Emerson has been a leader in the industry for more than 110 years, and they don't plan on sharing the crown anytime soon. They still make their own motors, too. In fact, they're one of the largest ceiling fan motor producers in the world.

Knows for their superior quality workmanship and premium grade materials, Emerson features a wide selection of fans with countless options for customization, ranging in price from ranging in price from $100 to more than $1,000. Emerson fans are also backed by one of the strongest warranties in the industry.

Hampton Bay Ceiling Fans

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Hampton Bay Ceiling Fans is another of our favorite manufacturers. Why? Because they, too, design their fans so they're extremely easy to install. As a bonus, their fans are carried by Home Depot. Not only can you visit your nearest store to see the fans on display, but you can purchase your tools and get free advice, while you're browsing the fans.

Find a wide selection of Hampton Bay Fans right there ate Home Depot, or shop on line for an even larger selection. Prices range from $47 to more than $200, and Hampton Bay ceiling fans all have a lifetime motor warranty and 2-year warranty on all other parts.

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      tim bennett 

      2 years ago

      i'm getting ready to purchase a new ceiling i saw a hampton bay 52 inch ceiling fan with remote for $99.97 at home depot i own a hunter ceiling fan the pull chain to control the fan speed broke after reading reviews on the hunter ceiling fan i decided not purchased i called customer service about replacing the light kit they told me i have to look for the model number on the down rod or the motor housing i'm replacing this ceiling fan with a hampton bay ceiling fan with remote

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      5 years ago

      some really cool fans here , pardon the pun :-) Nice selection !

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      5 years ago

      I had one of those cheapie fans in my family room. While it's true it had been there for over a decade, one day it just fell off (while running, of course.) Attempts to put it back up failed. As far as I can tell, the rounded part it hung from had worn down.

      It was replaced with a Hunter fan. We had four ceiling fans at the time, all of which were inexpensive and cheap. What an incredible difference there was between the fans we had and the Hunter fan. Ten years later, the Hunter fan is still going strong. And it's beautiful, too. I'll never buy one of the cheap fans again!

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      5 years ago

      I love the Harbor Breeze fans. I have them all through my house.

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      5 years ago

      Some very unique designs of ceiling fans. I liked the Hampton Bay one in particular.

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      Matt Warren 

      5 years ago from Cheshire, UK

      Wow! The Emerson is one crazy looking fan!


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