We all know the difficulty of trying to stay cool in summer and those hot stuffy days that seem to last forever. When you just can't cool down and opening the window makes the air even warmer, we have a large range of fans to make sure you're relaxed, especially on those warm nights. If you are looking for a replacement fan, or adding some more cooling fans to your collection so the family feels comfortable in every room, you will find one that matches your needs.
Factors to look for when making the choice are features like power, noise levels, safety elements, how easy is it to clean, adjustablility, whether or not it oscillates and whether or not it has a remote control. If there is a brand you are looking, for then browse our range of market favourites like Challenge, Dyson, Xpelair and Dimplex. Otherwise, start by thinking about what you want the fan to do for you. Here are a few ideas, but for more tips and inspiration check out our guide on the best fans for cooling your home and office.
Desk fans, as the name implies, sit on your desk or table. These small fans are easy to move around, so you can take them into the kitchen to help you keep your cool when cooking for the family, to the office when you are working from home, or to the bedroom to help you drift off on those warm nights. Our Simple Value White Desk Fan is an economical choice for your first home, where as the Dyson fans will cool the air quietly and efficiently, many with 10 speed settings.
Ceiling fans are permanently attached to the ceiling therefore are not portable, but they are the largest of the fans and are great at cooling whole rooms down. Available in a range of finishes from white, oak, black and even chrome, there will be a fan that looks great in your room as well as cool you down. Take care to pick the right size for your room so you get the best benefit.
Tower fans and pedestal fans are both tall and slim however pedestal versions, sometimes called standing fans, are height adjustable with the air directed above floor level. A tower fan sits closer to the ground and cool larger areas. Both, however, take up very little room.
Extractor fans have a different function in the home. They are fitted into the bathroom, kitchen and even the utility room for many reasons. Firstly, they keep the humidity of the room and help to prevent the problem of mould and mildew. In the kitchen they help with steam and kitchen smells, so if you are fast boiling that pasta or frying onions for your burger, an extractor fan will help deal with these. All in all extractors, are practical features that can look stylish too.
Also, take a look at our dehumidifiers which will also help to reduce mould and extract dampness. If you suffer from allergies check out our humidifiers and air purifiers to help keep irritants at bay by hydrating the air and killing bacteria. And If you're feeling chilly once the winter season creeps round we also have a variety of radiators and heaters to keep you warm on those chilly evenings.