Monte Carlo Ceiling Fan Reviews

Reviews of the Monte Carlo ceiling fan lineup, including new and existing Monte Carlo Ceiling Fans.

Do you need help with your Monte Carlo Ceiling Fan? If you're looking for technical support, warranty support or other, we have the phone number listed here on this page. Here is the phone number and hours of operation:


Hours of operation: 8 AM - 5:30 PM Central Time

Here are the things you can get help with from customer support:

  • Replacement or service to the fan motor
  • Monte Carlo Ceiling Fan part replacement
  • Fan accessory replacement or support

We are not affiliated with Monte Carlo Ceiling Fans Customer or Technical Support

The phone number listed on this page will connect you with the corporate manufacturer of Monte Carlo Ceiling Fans. Please note that from time to time, our site visitors believe that we are the manufacturer and they contact us or leave comments thinking we are affiliated with the Monte Carlo Fan Company. Please note that this is not the case. Monte Carlo Ceiling Fans is a third party resource, offering technical support help and assistance to online website visitors who are looking for help or assistance with their Monte Carlo Ceiling Fan. By no means do we attempt to pretend that we are the original manufacturer of Monte Carlo Fans.

With that being said, you can browse our website for help with things like fan remotes, wiring, installation support, etc.

Do you have a high ceiling? Searching for a longer downrod that will work with your fan?

A 72" downrod is for a tall ceiling. At just under $100, you're paying a little more than $1/inch - that's certainly one way to look at it. If you do have a very tall ceiling, then you will need a larger downrod / longer. A Monte Carlo fan needs to be supported by something - and that something is a downrod. The only time you don't need a downrod, is if your fan is capable of being flushmounted. Normal fans are not capable of being flushmounted unless you specifically see the fan advertised as being a flushmount fan.

When looking for a downrod, it's important to match up the length, but also the decor. Noting whether the downrod is threaded or not is also a good point to observe. Threaded downrods "screw in," which forms a stronger bond between the fan and the housing connected to the ceiling.

The downrod featured on this page is a rubberized white finish. We also have featured, a titanium finish as well. If you have a white fan and white walls, it's recommended you match up this white finish downrod with your other decor.