Re: Remote Control Paddle Fan Questions?
Remote control fans are out there, you just have to look for them.
We bought one from Costco 12 years ago with a remote and within months the remote quit working. I'd recommend sticking with name brand and a better quality, you're not going to want to have to service the module or replace the fan anytime soon.
Another though would be to just wire the fan to a switch, and leave it on high. At the height you're installing it, you're going to need maximum air flow all the time anyway, you don't really need the remote for speed control, just a way to turn it on/off.
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