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Keep cool without compromising your interior style with our selection of floor fans. Freestanding and equipped with adjustable settings, a floor fan can be used alone or alongside a desk fan to suit your needs.
A real essential when the weather warms up, a floor fan can be moved around the home and is powerful enough to keep you cool in even the largest living spaces. With low noise, multi-setting and various style options to decide between, finding an unobtrusive cooling solution that suits your home interior has never been simpler.

Are floor fans expensive to run?

Using a floor fan is a far cheaper option than installing an air conditioning system, both to purchase and to run. While it will vary depending on the wattage of your floor fan and how much you pay for your electricity, running a floor fan for a day will typically cost from 40-50 pence.

What is the most effective floor fan?

Many of our floor fans have a tilting or oscillation function, allowing them to keep large areas cool. The most effective option for you will depend on how big your space is. For large living rooms, an oscillating fan will ensure that cool air reaches every corner of the room. Alternatively, tilting fans will direct cool air at a specific area or around a smaller room. For more tips on finding the best fans and air conditioning for your home, take a look at our handy air conditioning buying guide.

Is it safe to leave a floor fan on all day?

As with any electrical appliance, we wouldn't recommend leaving a floor fan on while you're out of the house. It's always better to be on the safe side. Plus, turning your fan off while you're out will help to keep your energy consumption and electricity bill down. However, every product in our air conditioning range complies with industry standards so you can rest assured that they are safe to leave on while you're in the house during the day or overnight.

Is a tower fan better than a floor fan?

The best fan for you will depend on how and where you plan to use it. A tower fan typically has a smaller base, so will fit neatly into the corner of a smaller room. On the other hand, certain styles of floor fan are more portable as they are shorter in height, making them a good option if you plan on moving your fan around during the day.