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958u - Select, size, locate, and use ceiling paddle fans for year-round comfort/savings - c958-1.jpg - This is an EnergyStar listed 60-inch contemporary ceiling fan with six speeds and an intergrated dimmable LED light fixture. - Photo credit - Emerson Fans

- c958-2.jpg - The above (C958-1.jpg) ceiling fan installed in a living room. - Photo credit - Emerson Fans

- c958-3.jpg - This super efficient ceiling fan motor uses a maximum of 33 watts of electricity. It is quiet and does not produce the buzzing sound of a standard AC (alternating current) fan motor. - Photo credit - Emerson Fans

- c958-4.jpg - New high-tech ceiling fans can be controled from a cell phone app. - Photo credit - Hunter Fan

- c958-5.jpg - This high-tech ceiling fan has LED light fixture, handheld remote control and Wi-Fi compatible for cell phone apps. - Photo credit - Hunter Fan

- c958-6.jpg - This is a low-cost, quick-to-install "Five-Minute Fan" which is 90 percent assembled out of the box. - Photo credit - Hunter Fan

- c958-7.jpg - This EnergyStar-listed ceiling fans has an integral LED light fixture and multiple speeds. - Photo credit - Fanimation

- c958-8.jpg - Use long downrod to position the ceiling fan at the ideal height of about 7 to 8 feet above the floor. - Photo credit - James Dulley

- c958-9.jpg - This EnergyStar listed three-blade fans has natural wood blades, LED lighting and quiet motor. - Photo credit - Haiku Fans