A great look for smaller rooms, this Casa Habitat™ compact ceiling fan has an integrated light kit with white glass.More Details >
This hugger-style ceiling fan from Casa Vieja® features a trim and compact design, making it ideal for use in smaller rooms. This pull chain model has an oil-rubbed bronze motor finish with an integrated light kit with frosted glass. Matching blades offer a refreshing breeze.
|Energy Information (at high speed)|
Cubic Feet Per Minute Per Watt
36" to 48" ceiling fans have airflow efficiencies ranging from approximately 71 to 86 cubic feet per minute per watt at high speed.
49" to 60" ceiling fans have airflow efficiencies ranging from approximately 51 to 176 cubic feet per minute per watt at high speed.
Money-Saving Tip: Turn off fan when leaving room
|Category||Features (Mouseover the underlined feature to review its benefits)|
Allows Control of Air Movement: High, Medium, Low
|Fan Name||44" Casa Habitat Flushmount PC|
|Motor Size||153 x 15|
|Motor Housing||Stamped Steel|
Very Good Airflow
Suited to 10' X 12' & 10' X 10' Rooms
|Blade Type||Not Reversible Blades|
|Reverse Air Flow||
Save Energy in the Summer & Winter:
When Fan is Off, Flip Blade Direction Switch on Side of Switch Assembly (Location Varies by Model) to Change Seasonal Direction of Blades.
Keep Cool Air Down in Summer With Counter Clockwise Air Flow during Winter, Operate Fan in Clockwise Direction to Keep Warm Air from Rising
Great Value for Customer.
Creates a Designer Look
MFG. 10 Year Motor Warranty + 1Yr Component Parts
Assurance of Quality Product
|Optional Controls||25868 White Finish Four Speed Wall Control|
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
I installed this fan in a room with a low (~8 ft) ceiling. The low profile is nice. Installation was fairly easy. The instructions included are very poorly written and illustrated, and I am no DIY genius, but I figured it out with almost no problems. After the first attempt, there was a bit of noise, but after a partial disassembly and tightening the attachment of the motor to the bracket to the ceiling, the noise went away and the fan was whisper quiet. Seems to move air quite well. The light takes two standard candelabra 60W bulbs (incandescent bulbs included), for which replacement is very easy -- same as for a typical ceiling light fixture. So the complaints about some similar fans not being bright enough or bulb replacement being difficult do not apply here. It's only been a few days so we will see how it ages, but so far it seems like a well-built fixture that is both good looking and functional.
Very attractive fan, runs very quietly
Fans are in bedrooms. Very efficient.
It was pretty easy to assemble and install. My husband had already done the hard work of putting an electrical box in the ceiling through the attic, so we just had to connect it. We have dark finish on our furniture, so the bronze fixture works well with our decor. I like the simple way the pull-strings work, and it adds a ceiling light to our Master BR that wasn't there before, so all in all we are very satisfied with the fan.
Nice, simple fan. Easy to install. lighting is good, and it quiet. Great value!
We use this fan to circulate heat from the furnace in Winter and to cool the house in the Summer. It's quiet, efficient and so easy to use. Also, it is easy on the electricity usage. We have nothing but good things to say about these fans.
Works great, no vibration, no noise. Bright light, I changed the included bulbs for reg incandescent bulbs so i can use dimmer
Very quiet, no vibration, light is bright enough
This is a little more expensive than other fans and I really thought the quality would be impressive. It looks kind of blah, and it really, really is not bright enough (drives me crazy to have the light on, in fact). The air circulation is okay but not great. And there is a vibration / slight wobble, even though we installed it correctly and as securely as possible.
This fan is perfect for our lower, 1975-era ceilings. Moves air well and keeps our west-facing office/computer room cool (even when all three are running which heats up the space). We're considering getting two more of these for the long, narrow living room.
We bought two of these fans to replace an old fan that the motor burnt out on and a second fan of the same age. Install was simple and the fan works as expected.
I am really happy with this fan. It moves the air well - making the space much more comfortable and usable. I'm a bit disappointed with the light kit. While its very attractive, it's way too dim for my use - only taking 2 60 watt bulbs. I'm going to need to find alternate lighting for this area.
I purchased two of these items for use in 2 guest bedrooms as a light source and fan.
I have this fan in the Nickel, and now have bought two more in the oil-rubbed bronze. Like the Nickel version, this is quiet and attractive, and it works well in my 1930s Tudor Cottage. I hired an electrician to install this, and my only complaint is that he screwed on the finial at the bottom of the lamp kit too tightly and now I can't get it off to change the light bulb. I'm going to have to use some tools to unscrew it, which will take off the paint/finish. Lampsplus does sell a replacement finial for about $10.00, which I will buy, but be warned: screw on the finial at the bottom so that it's secure, but not so tight that you can't get it undone.
I purchased 3 of these for 3 small upstairs bedrooms that are very hot in the summertime. Needed an electrician to run a third wire from each fan/light fixture through the attic space to the new wall switch controls, as I didnt' want to use the pull chains to operate them. Took him all day to do the wiring and install the fans, but they are beautiful and work perfectly! He tied up the pull chains so that they are still present but no longer visible, and I just ordered some hole plugs online to plug up the little holes where the chains were supposed to hang through. Well worth the expense for the electrician!