Texas Ceiling Fans                                         2012

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Centrally located in Austin’s historical W. 6th St between Lamar and Mopac (Loop 1).


Our Hours are:
Tue - Fri 9:30 to 5:00

Sat - 10:00 to 5:00

Sun & Mon Closed

Closed July 4th



Texas Ceiling Fans

1205 W. 6th St.

Austin, TX 78703

Phone: (512) 477-3132

Fax: (512) 477-5036


    Texas Ceiling Fans is locally owned and operated and celebrating 35 years of business in Austin. TCF prides itself on being a true specialty fan store offering sales, service, and antique ceiling fan repair and restoration. John Andrews, owner of TCF started the business 39 years ago restoring antique ceiling fans and he is one of the most formidable fan experts in the country. We have the largest display of fans in Texas with over a hundred and thirty on display.


Historical Alamo Hotel Fans for Sale $250.00

The hotel opened in 1924 at 6th and Guadalupe, with six-blade Emerson ceiling fans in every room. The Fans were removed, prior to demolition, in 1984. A gem of historic Austin, awaiting restoration. A real bargain, as we sell restored ones for $1495. Come in and see the one hanging in our museum.


*sold as-is, although motors are guaranteed! exclusive of glassware.


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    The ADAPTAIR, patented in 1932, is a device for changing the pitch of the fan blades so that the air flow may be directed down for normal use, or up if indirect air movement is desired. No tools are needed, adjustment is made merely by turning a small lever(see video clip). This also allows for infinite air flow as the pitch can be set anywhere between 0* and 15* up or down. This feature pre-dates reversible fans and was used on Hunter's first AC fan, a two blader, in 1896. Modern aviation's term, feathering the props, came from one of these early Hunter Ceiling Fans.