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best SMALL hugger mount ceiling fan for kitchen?????

Posted by cottagecindy (My Page) on
Thu, May 10, 12 at 16:06

my kitchen has the worst ventilation , very warm room, and small space (low ceiling 8') and I'll remove cupboard door so not to hit a fan, oh and a light attached.
so........ anybody know of a good one? I have hunter in other rooms, but bigger obviously. The fan may get a wee bit damp when boiling long periods of time (like homemade sauces)
thanks :)


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RE: best SMALL hugger mount ceiling fan for kitchen?????

I don't fully understand everything you're saying, but it sounds like you need a hood vent.


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RE: best SMALL hugger mount ceiling fan for kitchen?????

We installed a small close to the ceiling fan in our small kitchen...it makes a big difference. We used a Hunter fan which has a center light and we have no problems with cooking sauces for long periods. You should also use your hood vent. The fan is there to cool us off in the kitchen. LOL By the way, Hunter and other companies also make outdoor fans (we have one installed on our enclosed porch) that are especially made for damp areas. The fan is rated for indoor/outdoor.


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