If you are like many other people who have scarce or less than sufficient space at home or at their office, but still want to purchase and mount a ceiling fan to help keep the temperature regulated and the air circulating, then one of the products you should look at is the Monte Carlo 4MC20RB 20-Inch 4-Blade Mini Ceiling Fan.
This mini ceiling fan may have only a 20 inch blade span, but it is a high quality and powerful little accessory, with a reversible, three-speed motor and is suitable for small bathrooms, laundry rooms, tight closets and any other small premises.
The motor of this small Monte Carlo ceiling fan is controlled via a pull chain for easy operation. The producer also offers an additional longer down rod in the package, and a light kit and a flash mount adapter for this unique model, which you can purchase additionally, if your ceiling is non-standard (higher or lower than average). The minimum ceiling height for installing this Monte Carlo fan is 92.93 inches.
The good news is that consumers can install these small Monte Carlo ceiling fans themselves.
The reputable producers of this ceiling fan have added a Roman bronze color to its four blades for an extra touch of style. This particular model from the Monte Carlo ceiling fans production line provides an airflow of nearly 1,800 cubic feet/minute airflow and uses 40 watts of electricity.
The producers market this product as providing â€śwhisper quiet â€śand â€śwobble freeâ€ť operation.
Even though this small Monte Carlo ceiling fan is listed for indoor use, it can be installed in covered open spaces (without being directly subjected to rain or water) as well.
The motor of this mini ceiling fan is amazingly powerful, and will run smoothly and quietly, especially when working at low and medium speed. Naturally, being a small ceiling fan, this Monte Carlo ceiling fan is best suited for small spaces, so that the air flow it produces is sufficient to move the air and help regulate the temperature of the room. It uses less electricity and when installed in the appropriate premise will bring that airflow you have been looking for.
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