Dual Ceiling Fans
RatingUL Listed Wet
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RatingUL Listed Damp
Why We Love Dual Fans
Move twice the amount of air in style with a dual ceiling fan. Dual fan ceiling fans efficiently cut through air while also making a decorative statement in kitchens, great rooms and living rooms or outdoors under covered patios. With two fan motors and multiple blades moving air in a room, these unique ceiling fan options are sure to keep you cool and will do so in style.
Where Double Ceiling Fans Work Best
Dual motor ceiling fans are the ideal choice for rooms that need a little extra help moving air. Instead of a common single motor and one set of fan blades, these options include two fan motors and two sets of fan blades for you to move more air in a given space. This type of abundant air movement is ideal in large rooms like living rooms or big, open patios and also work well in commercial spaces like warehouses and open restaurants. The airflow efficiency is higher than that of a typical single-motor ceiling fan, however, the operation cost is not much more. You'll be moving a lot more air and you'll have a stunningly decorative fixture on your ceiling. What's not to love about that?
A Dual Head Ceiling Fan For Every Style
Double-motor ceiling fans are often thought of as only fitting in traditional spaces with more classic elements of decor. Due to their fan blade colors and motor finishes, they are able to cleverly fit in among traditionally styled ceiling lights, sconces and portable lamps. However, some styles of dual fans can work remarkably well in other interior design themes. Twin caged fans like the Minka Aire Gyrette Ceiling Fan or the Acqua Ceiling Fan from Atlas Fan Company fit a restoration themed home, while the Kichler Yuree Dual Ceiling Fan works well for a contemporary aesthetic. Outside, wet and damp rated double ceiling fans from Matthews Fans will keep you cool for midday relaxing on the patio and finally, you may appreciate a double ceiling fan with light. In addition to moving twice the amount of air, a dual ceiling fan with light will provide you with ample downlighting
How To Choose the Best Dual Ceiling Fan
Size is a critical component when it comes to choosing a ceiling fan. Whether indoors or out, you need to choose a ceiling fan that will work with your ceiling and not be too small or too large. Look to our Ceiling Fan Size Guide to help you find the right double fan ceiling fan for your home. And be sure to review other important attributes about a fan you like, including its motor type, fan blade finishes, fan motor finishes and blade sweep. Lastly, if you are interested in a double ceiling fan with lights, make sure to review its bulb requirements so you can be prepared with the right light bulb. If you have any questions about the dual head ceiling fans featured here, please call our fan experts at 877.445.4486.
Other Great Options
Large ceiling fans are another option for moving a significant amount of air in great rooms and open living rooms. If you have the space on your ceiling, a fan with a blade span of 60" or more is guaranteed to move a lot of air. And if you love the look of these dual sided caged fans, you'll want to check out the complete selection of caged ceiling fans for more options.