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Hunter Fans bring style and comfort to your home with uncompromising quality. Founded in 1886, Hunter Fans has pushed the boundaries of design, craftsmanship and innovation for over a century and continues to pave the way in ceiling fan design and performance. The WhisperWind motor in a Hunter fan offers powerful yet quiet operation with three speeds and a reverse function for optimal year-round comfort.
Not sure how to choose the right ceiling fan for your room? Check out Hunter Fan’s Ceiling Fan 101 for information about choosing style, size and accessories. If you know the approximate size of your room, it’s easy to figure out what size fan you’ll need. Just take a look at the chart below!
|Room Size||Necessary Ceiling Fan Size|
|Less than 75 sq. ft.||Less Than 36”|
|76 sq. ft. to 144 sq. ft.||36” to 42”|
|145 sq. ft. to 225 sq. ft.||44” to 54”|
|226 sq. ft. to 400 sq. ft.||50” to 75”|
|Larger than 400 sq. ft.||At least two ceiling fans will be needed|
McCoy’s stocks a large selection of Hunter Fans, to complement the style and space of your room. In addition, all McCoy’s stores have a Special Order catalog featuring hundreds of Hunter and Casablanca fan options along with pricing, exact specifications and accessories available for purchase.
So if you’ve walked through the lighting aisle and can’t find exactly what you’re looking for, ask a sales associate for the Special Order catalog. You can browse through the catalog, pick out the fan you prefer and we’ll order it for you. In 10 business days or less, your new fan will be ready for pickup at the store.