Window Fans

A variety of window fans is offered by Westside Wholesale at discounted prices. We sell models of manufacturers that are well-known by professionals and customers all over the world. Lasko is an international manufacturer that specializes in fans and heaters. Holmes is famous for its innovations in technologies and design. Lasko produces single and twin window fans. The models have a number of special features. There are units with reversible air flow, exclusive adjustable thermostats our innovative Storm Guard system. Unlike most competitors these models are famous for their quite operation. Lasko window fans can be installed wherever needed and no one will be disturbed by the noise.

Electrically reversible models have several quite speeds. It is enough to circulate the air in two-three rooms. Powerful blades make cool air flow for any house. The main feature is a reversible motor. There is also a special patented fused safety plug included. An innovative technique that is used here is exclusive Storm Guard. It gives the opportunity to close the window behind the fan during the bad weather or just for safety when nobody is at home.

Holmes also has twin units. Twin window fan has slim profile, and the outside view can be seen through the appliance. Several quiet speeds are highly efficient and save energy costs. Most of the models are suitable for different windows as they have special expander panels. This model provides fresh breeze all the day.

Reversible Twin window fan combines the advantages of the two previous types. It has an independent motor and an adjustable thermostat for efficient automatic comfort control. Motors work in three ways: intake, exhaust and exchange. It also fits most windows, and it is suitable for table or floor usage. Wherever installed it work with the same efficiency.

Get a comforting cool ventilation with Lasko window fans. Westside Wholesale offers them at the low prices. You can save money by choosing popular models on sale that will be delivered to you at no shipping cost within 1-3 business days.

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Lasko 2138

Lasko 2138

Lasko Window Fan, 8" 2-Speed Electronically Reversible Twin w/Thermostat - White

Our Price: $51.22

Lasko 2137

Lasko 2137

Lasko Window Fan, 7" 2-Speed Slim Profile Twin - White

Our Price: $34.92
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How to Select

How to select Window Fans

Window fans may be the perfect option for making hot summer days more tolerable by filling the rooms of your house with cool air. That is, of course, if you don’t have any air-conditioning devices installed in your house and aren’t planning to install them in the near future. Since window fans are inexpensive yet efficient, in addition to offering perfect cooling for small rooms, such devices have become very popular among thousands of homeowners. This guide will help you pay attention to the most important factors and select the window fan that will suit your needs the most.


First factor to consider when selecting a window fan is its size. The bigger the better rule doesn’t work in this case, since efficient operation and cooling can be provided by a small device too. More that that, you will be surprised how much power a smaller fan can offer when it is selected for a suitable area. The steps you need to complete are measure the window size and calculate the room’s area and then look for a device that fits both criteria. Window fans usually come equipped with all of the necessary mounting kits but if your windows have irregular size, you might also look for the additional mounting accessories.


Safety first, cooling second. This is what you should think of when selecting a window fan for your home. If a device offers great cooling options, has a perfect price and suits your window dimension but doesn’t provide necessary safety features, buying it shouldn’t be an option. Never risk your family’s safety, no matter how great and attractive a fan could be. When you have specified the fan’s size, ensure it fits your window, is properly mounted and remains stationary while operating at full power. Remember that in case you are planning to use a window fan with an inward blowing option, it should be equipped with a protective screen.


Placing a window fan is a really complicated process that requires calculating. Do not simply place your fan in the largest window of the house. Instead, pay attention to the wind direction and existent airflow within your house. When a window fan is installed in the right place, it cools more space thanks to the optimized air flow and thus spends less energy while operating. Furthermore, installing more than one type of window fans can also help you take advantage of the interior air flow of your house. For example, placing an exhaust fan in a warmer room and complementing it with an inward fan in a cooler room will help you obtain the perfect environment.