Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 140
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by vegasbeefcake Very nice fan for the price! I am not very handy, but this fan was super easy to install. I think it took me about one hour from unboxing to turning it on.
I wanted a fan that came with a light kit and remote included and this one fit the bill perfectly! Runs very quiet.
October 26, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by john Nice looking...when it works
Fan is nice looking and very easy to install however the wireless receiver/remote are very poor quality.
i have owned this fan for about 3 years and have had to replace them 4 times. This will be the last time, next i will be replacing the fan
October 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by taxmanfrank Very good quality, great price and easy to install.
This fan is a "plug and play". Couldn't be any easier to install.
September 15, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by TJ789 Pretty but much more complicated than other fans to put up
I really liked the fan in the store, but I wish I hadn't bought it due to the complicatedness of installation. We bought another fan for another room at the same time and I wish we had just both two of it even thought this fan looked much nicer in the store. I wouldn't buy again and honestly I would have returned it if my husband hadn't already invested so much effort/time into it.
I like the remote feature as our fan is high up (vaulted ceiling) and the look of it. It also moved the air well, so now that it is up we like it.
August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by AJP Timeless!
Love the antique flair to a very classy modern style fan. Paddle fans can be very drab, but this one is not! Beautiful lines, excellent lighting, great investment.
July 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by AMK Hunter fan
With the exception of havingtoreturn the
First harbor breeze fan because it
Was broken andpay double installation fees ABOUT 300 EXTRA DOLLARS .THE HUNTERISFINE
June 7, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Ticked Wow. How bad does it need to get before you pull these from the shelves to save the Hunter name. I'd say you waited a little too long.
I bought two of these for a new room. Nice fan/ light if it worked. Installation and instructions were good and straight forward. Got it all connected and fan balanced then I turned on the light. Both were so dim that with the 3-60watt bulbs I would compare it to a 4 watt night light. Played with it, checked my wiring could not figure out why they were so dim. Then they just stopped working all together. No fan, no light. Went through the trouble shooting list. That is a joke. the first on the list should be "the receiver may be faulty return it and get a pull chain type"
Home Depot you should take the initiative and pull these from your shelves. They are garbage (the remote and receiver) I never got the chance to review the fan and light.
April 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Retired58 Fairhaven Ceiling Fan with Light
This quiet Hunter Fairhaven fan (Model 53031) circulates the air well so the air conditioner does not cycle 'on' too long. The major complaint from purchaser's of this fan has been the dim lighting. I finally reached an intelligent customer service rep (Krystal) who researched the problem I was having with the dim lighting. When I turned on the lights, it was bright for a few seconds before it dimmed, I told her. Using a multi-meter, the lights were only using 28 watts of the 60 watts allocated. That is the major complaint I have read-which I also had..
What I am about to tell you is not in the Owner's Guide & Installation Manual! Here are the steps for a normal bright light that you thought you would get when you bought your Hunter Fairhaven fan! Make sure the wall switch is in the off position-to get started. Quick & easy process! Turn on the wall switch to the fan. Using the remote control, hold down the 'Off' Button, press the 'light' button twice. That is it! Your lighting problem is now fixed! Customer Service also recommended purchasing LED lighting so I will look into that. I fixed my fan today July 21,2015. I am extremely happy with the lighting in the living room.
There is no mention in the manual on where to put the remote receiver. I called the customer service and it sits in the canopy. I angled it into the ceiling for a better fit.
Another quick fix: If you are attaching the fan blades (blade irons) to the motor by yourself, put the 2 screws in the blade irons, place 'Scotch' tape over the two separate screws to hold them in place. Then securely tighten the screws to the motor using your screw driver. Remove 'Scotch' Tape. I also used Scotch tape to complete this task!
July 21, 2015