The Harbor Breeze Ceiling Fan Resource Website is meant as an online repository of information for Harbor Breeze. Looking around on the Internet, it can be difficult to find more information about Harbor Breeze. This is because that it is the store brand of Lowe’s, and the fans are imported from China. So, when you do have a problem there is only one retail chain that you can turn to. If Lowe’s was to not be in business, then it’d be even more difficult to find new parts for your Harbor Breeze. Actually, then it would be darn near impossible to find parts or to get help!
Another good place to turn is the Home Depot community forums. You can post a question or comment here too, and we’ll do our best to get it replied to and answered. This should be helpful, rather than spending hours searching for the information you need online.
If you’d like to contact us for a site partnership, please go ahead and do so. You can also send us a direct mail package if you’d like to tell us more about your business.
Harbor Breeze Parts
We are constantly adding new pages for different parts, as it applies to Harbor Breeze Ceiling Fans. One thing you can do is request a part. We do not have physical listings of parts on this website, however we do list parts on our affiliate and sister websites. This should be helpful.
We also point out on this website, that Lowe’s is the house brand of Harbor Breeze. Often times, you will need to talk to Lowe’s customer support, Home Depot customer support, or a local store in order to locate the parts that you need. In most cases, anywhere you get the part will have first got it from Lowe’s or Home Depot. Therefore, unless you’re buying from “the source,” you’re probably paying a markup.
As we build this website, we’ll try our best to talk to suppliers and see where we can offer support. We’re actively working on talking to the suppliers, and working out a deal where we may be able to provide the parts without having to refer our site visitors elsewhere.
Harbor Breeze Light Kits
Adding a light kit onto an existing fan in your home? If you own a Harbor Breeze fan today and you’d like to add a light kit on, make sure your fan is light kit adaptable. To check this, you can check the instructions that came with the ceiling fan. If you don’t have the instructions, you can try searching for your model online. Failing that, you can also call the customer support number for Harbor Breeze (which is basically a customer support line ran by Lowe’s). We have a 1800 number listed here on the website for them.
Typically, buying a light kit of the same brand of your ceiling fan is advisable. Most major ceiling fan manufacturers design the fan so that only light kits of the same brand will work with the fan.
Harbor Breeze Repair
Troubleshooting and repair of a Harbor Breeze fan is relatively the same from fan to fan. This is a benefit, when you’re trying to diagnose an issue with your fan, and having trouble determining where that issue lies. Fan troubleshooting is similar from fan to fan. If the fan is having a wobble, or humming noise, it’s the same troubleshooting from fan to fan. If the fan is having a problem with the remote, it’s again the same troubleshooting each time.
Because troubleshooting a ceiling fan is generic in nature, it’s often worthwhile to try the same troubleshooting steps from fan to fan. Coming back to the remote example, the troubleshooting would be relatively the same. First, check the batteries. Check the dipswitches on the remote and the fan, if it has those. Check if there’s special programing for the remote or the fan.
You can also check out our troubleshooting and FAQ guides. These guides are generally quite useful and provide step by step troubleshooting. Often times, a issue you are experiencing may be a common problem that is also felt by many homeowners having the same or similar Harbor Breeze fans.
Troubleshooting & Support
If you are having trouble with your Harbor Breeze ceiling fan, we can provide assistance via troubleshooting FAQs. There are many common issues with Harbor Breeze fans, such as remote issues, fan making whirring or humming sounds, or etc. For most issues, you can refer to the requisite troubleshooting guide that applies to the problem. For example, if you are having remote troubles, try taking a look at the remote troubleshooting guide.
Issues like humming noises or whirring sounds are common. We have a selection of Harbor Breeze Ceiling Fan Manuals, which we are constantly adding new manuals as well. The manual contains useful information, like installation instructions, wiring instructions, and also care and maintenance. Armed with the right information, you too can understand how to best maintain your fan so that it will last forever.