Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 130
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Solothat Great Product
Well worth the time to install. I wake up and flip fan on, pulls in morning air drop house to 75deg.
August 16, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by AB Flimsier than I expected, but not a bad value.
The shutter is the worst part about the fan. It is extremely thin and will not keep out much air while its closed.It opens and closes just fine, it just wasn't designed to be air tight. There are no gaskets on it anywhere. You will definitely want to cover this up in the winter if you live in a colder climate!
The main housing is made from relatively thin metal too. You can tell this was put together quickly without wasting any material- nothing on this is overkill. It is designed well enough though to work just fine. The pulleys lined up okay and it runs smoothly. I did add two extra bolts to the motor mounting bracket. Mine only came with two, and there are locations for four.
June 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hepatica great way to save on A/C bill
These fans are a bit of project to install but worth the trouble in savings. If turned on at night when it is cool out--if it is cool out!--we find the house cools down to about 5 degrees above the outside overnight low. We close all nearby windows and have it draw the cool air through the downstairs. If we need to cool upstairs rooms near the fan we just crack those windows. If you are able to open your basement windows, even better, as that air is cooler. Once the outside temps start to rise in the morning, we turn off the fan and seal up the house for the day--including closing curtains and shades. This system doesn't work when the nights are hot, but there are usually quite a few cool summer nights (below 70) followed by hot days. We estimate that we save several hundred dollars a year with this. Important to remember: CLOSE the attic door or louvers before turning on the house A/C and seal and insulate the opening for the winter or you will lose some of that money saved.
This replaces one that came with our 60+ year old house. It is more powerful than the old model, and because of the belt drive, quieter.
August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Soosahn Everything a person with normal expectations would want
This is not the Rolls Royce of ceiling fans. It is a ceiling fan that draws air through your house at a decibel level which is reasonable for a machine doing this job. My handyman took about 3 hours to install it and he said the directions were easy to follow. I use it almost every day. It does a great job.
August 2, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by JB Poor assembly
The pulley on the fan was NOT tightened at the factory. As a result, the pulley slipped way out of alignment from the fan motor and the fan froze. I was able to get in the attic and fix it, but this should never happened in the first place. Pulley on the motor was not set right either, so I had to use a puller to remove it and set it properly. Fortunately this was done prior to installation. If you purchase this fan, make sure to check all set screws, nuts and bolts to ensure tightness BEFORE you install it. The fan does a great job and is relatively quiet compared to my last fan.
July 5, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Cadman Missing Parts
Got the fan in, carried it 90 miles to jobsite only to open box and find missing parts. Supposed to be a 2 speed 24" belt driven fan with switch and shutter. Only thing in box was fan and shutter. No switch, no belt, no paperwork of any kind. Pretty difficult for a belt driven fan to operate without a belt. Call HD and they called manufacturer 2 weeks ago, no one has called back and parts still missing.........not a very good way to conduct business...........not satisfied at all...........do not do any Internet business with Home Depot...if you do beware..........
July 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by ProfessorKen Bearings not seated correctly, pulley loose
Fan came with loose pulley set screw, and bearing holders incorrectly installed at an angle which caused a repetitive noise until corrected. Thought I would have to remove and return which would have been a big bummer. Decided to disassemble both bearing holders and relock in place which corrected problem. Pulley set screw is buried hex type so be sure to check if you purchase this! All other hardware was on tight. Works well now. Instructions do say to check all screws but really! Got leg cramps in my 64 year old bod from installing in tight attic so get ready for the bengay ointment.
June 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Joe Too hot out to tell...
I know its a great idea during times when it is a bit cooler outdoors---just been in the high 90s since installing so need to rely on central AC for now.
July 26, 2016