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The ceiling fan size calculator calculates the size of the ceiling fan on the basis of room size, ceiling height, blade span and pitch.

The ceiling fan size is important to calculate for a number of reasons:

- It ensures optimal air circulationÂ
- Ensure the temperature regulationÂ
- Reduces the additional heating or cooling systems
- Increases the energy efficiencyÂ

Â It is essential to choose the right ceiling fan size to ensure optimal circulation and comfort by using the ceiling fan calculator.Â

There are multiple factors to calculate ceiling fan size:

- Room Size
- Ceiling Height
- Blade Span
- Blade Pitch

The larger room normally does require a greater blade span to ensure adequate air circulation. The ceiling height affects the optimal distance between the fan and the floor. The blade pitch is the angle of the fan blades and ensures better circulation of the air in the room. A ceiling fan size calculator is useful to simplify the process of selecting the ideal ceiling fan on the basis of the factors like room size, ceiling height, blade span and blade pitch.

The step-by-step procedure for calculating the ceiling fan size

- Measure exactly the room length and widthÂ
- Find the square footage of the room or area
- Measure the ceiling height of the roomÂ

The fan sizing calculation of various rooms sizes is given in the ceiling fan CFM chart

Square-Footage |
Fan-Size |

<= 75 | “29 to 36” inches |

<= 144 | “36 to 42″ inches” |

<= 225 | “44 to 50″ inches” |

<= 400 | “52 -60″ inches” |

>400 | 62â€³ inches” |

The fan blade pitch calculator calculates ceiling fan size for various rooms depending on their square area. There is a specific range of room areas for a particular size of ceiling fan.

The ceiling fan CFM calculator needs simple input to calculate ceiling fan size.Â

Let’s see how!

**Input:**

- Enter the length, width of the room
- Enter the height of the ceiling fan
- Tap
**calculateÂ**

**Output:**

- Recommended ceiling fan size
- Recommended down-rod length

A 12×12 room would have an area of 144 square feet, which means you’ll need a large ceiling fan between 36 and 50 inches.

Larger ceiling fans offer numerous advantages:

- Â Improved air circulation
- Â Increased energy efficiencyÂ
- Enhanced cooling effect
- Reduced noise level

The larger size fans are better but you may need the appropriate space to install a large fan, for precise estimation of the fan size use a ceiling fan sizing calculator

The three-blade fan has fewer blades, which means less noise and lower energy consumption. Four blades provide more airflow, but they’re louder and use more power. They’re ideal in larger spaces.

From the source of Delmarfans.com: Fan Size, How to find Fan Size

From the source of Thisoldhouse.com: Ceiling Fan, The ceiling fan size