Simple controls and set up. Comes with the necessary mounting brackets and wires and wall speed control unit to set up quickly without issue.
Extra weight of the fan can make it difficult to install without help.
Large span from the three fan blades make it easy to circulate a large amount of air in a normal-size room.
Steel finish will show more dust and dirt marks when not in use.
Produces some of the greatest airflow in a 360-degree arc. Fully oscillating to change the direction as it moves.
More expense for a smaller single direction fan.
The finish of the fan looks great in a well lit area. Contributes to a sophisticated design style in any large room or area of the home.
Blade length not suitable for smaller interior rooms.
Fan looks sharp and does its job by moving a lot of air. Simple installation and a good value.
Customers have complained that the fan is too wobbly.
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Industrial ceiling fans are handy for when you really want to move around sizable amounts of air. These larger size fans are ideal for use in offices, factories, or anyplace with open flooring areas, like studios. Their design tends to be more urban or rugged, with features like open cages, Edison-style lightbulbs, and lots of brushed nickel, steel, and bronze combined with wood. The blade span is longer with this type of fan than with other fans, and the longer the span, the more airflow you’ll generally have. Note that due to this increase in size, industrial ceiling fans can be more difficult to install, particularly for one person.