Ceiling Fans with Remote
Ceiling Fans with Remotes are becoming increasingly popular, and are a great choice for older style dwellings where the roof is accessible but the wall cavity is not, for example, concrete or brick walls. In these situations, it is not easy, possible or affordable to run wires down wall cavities. This could also include installing a ceiling fan in a room or space that does not have existing wiring for either a ceiling fan or pendant light.
Many more people are opting for ceiling fans with remotes for convenience, such as in bedroom locations where the ceiling fan can easily be operated in the middle of the night without getting out of bed to do so. Remotes have been designed for ease of use, with most standard remotes including 3 speeds and an on/off function for a light. Our DC fan remotes also include timing functions, a natural breeze effect function as well as the ability to reverse the direction of the fan.