Why We Love Garage Ceiling Fans
In work spaces, industrial areas and garages, ceiling fans are welcomed to help keep air fresh. But this collection of modern ceiling fans for garages go a long way in improving the style of the space too. After all, who said your work space can't be clean and contemporary? For large garages or much smaller areas that could still benefit from the movement of air, try any of these well-chosen fans.
Where Garage Ceiling Fans Work Best
Working in a hot and stuffy garage does not lend itself to a productive environment. Why not cool off and get back to work underneath the cool breeze provided by a new ceiling fan? Tall garages benefit from ceiling fans with downrods, allowing the fan body and blades to be extended far from the ceiling. These fans are also a great option for garages and work spaces with slanted or sloped ceilings. Conversely, in garages with shorter ceilings, a hugger fan mounts flush with the ceiling to stay out of your way. And depending on how much air you need to move, you'll find fans with varying blade sweeps and airflow efficiency.
Garage Ceiling Fan Ideas For Every Style
Garages and other spaces deemed appropriate for work are often not given credit for their aesthetics and style. However, with a contemporary ceiling fan from this collection, you'll have no problem amping up the style of the space and finding any style you need. Traditional garage ceiling fans with wood blades and familiar pull chains are found in the assortment from Savoy House. Hunter Fans find themselves in almost any garage and are offered in a large variety of blade spans to meet your needs. For garages that want that special modern touch, look to a fan by Minka Aire. And finally, if you appreciate energy efficiency in your choice of fan, be sure to see the DC motor choices available from Emerson Fans.
How to Choose the Best Garage Ceiling Fan
As with choosing a ceiling fan for any space, there are a few important considerations to remember. First, you need to identify the mounting style of the fan. Does your garage require a fan that mounts flush with the ceiling, a few inches away from the ceiling or extended far from the ceiling with the help of a downrod? Next, you need to gather precise measurements to understand the blade sweep you'll need. Most fans are offered in ranges from 42" to 52", however you will find much larger options of 65" and up. With a mounting style and blade span in mind, you can further refine your choices by colors, finishes and important design features you would like to have present in your garage. If you have any questions about the garage ceiling fans featured here, please call our fan experts at 877.445.4486.
A ceiling fan isn't the only way to keep cool in your work space. You may also like a wall-mounted fan (especially if ceiling space is not available) or turn to a table fan to place on your work bench. These fans will ensure you keep cool no matter the task you are working on. When you're ready to head inside, be sure to keep the elements of the garage outside with the help of a modern door mat. Finally, check out the complete ceiling fans assortment for additional designs you can add to other rooms of the home.