Hunter Fan Company Reveals Addition of Google Home Integration to SIMPLEconnect™ Smart Fan Collection

January 8, 2017— Memphis, TN – Hunter Fan Company, the leading manufacturer of ceiling fans, unveils their latest smart-home integrated partnership with multinational technology company, Google. Officially announced at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, the integration of Google Home positions Hunter as the only residential ceiling fan brand to boast compatibility with all three of the most popular home-automation devices in the world. In addition, the SIMPLEconnect™ collection will expand with the spring 2018 release of a new fan design – the Advocate, which will tout the lowest profile measurements in the smart fan industry.

With more than 24 million smart speakers sold in 2017, as reported by Strategy Analytics, Hunter is broadening the way that people use their smart technology through its existing relationships with both Apple HomeKit and Amazon Alexa, and now with Google Home.

“We are immensely driven by our consumer’s wants and needs. When we analyze the trends and marketplace, and observe how receptive users are to smart connectivity, specifically through virtual assistants, we look to fulfill those desires by partnering with those platforms,” said Hunter CEO, John Alexander. “The connected landscape is becoming more convenient and manageable, and we believe it is our job to bring both thoughtfully designed and expertly crafted products to that ever-evolving market.”

In addition to the Goggle Home integration, Hunter expands its suite of voice-assisted fan options with the introduction of the Advocate, available spring 2018. A sleek and contemporary style, the Advocate makes for the lowest-profile connected fan design on the market, measuring less than 11” inches from the ceiling to the bottom of the light fixture. The Advocate will start retail at $349 and will be available in three finishes; Matte Nickel, Noble Bronze and Fresh White. The complete SIMPLEconnect™ WiFi-enabled collection starts at $299 and is availableat, as well as in lighting showrooms, home centers and online retailers nationwide.

Read more about Hunter’s latest smart home integration featured in CNET, Digital Trends, Digital Trends YouTube, Android Headlines, and CBS News.

About Hunter Fan Company
The maker of ‘Trusted Fans for Inspired Spaces’ since 1886, Hunter Fan Company is the world’s original ceiling fan manufacturer. As the #1 most installed ceiling fan for over 100 years, Hunter continues to provide a deep heritage of performance, comfort and everyday style for any room, giving consumers confidence, peace-of-mind and ultimately more control over their home environment. The Memphis-based brand is in the midst of an unprecedented new product launch — offering an array of over 100 new models, from rustic and contemporary designs to classic and retro statement pieces. In addition, the brand has recently debuted their exclusive line of Wifi-Enabled SIMPLEConnect™ fans, which are now compatible with both Apple HomeKit and Amazon Alexa. As an industry-leader, Hunter’s cutting edge design and quality craftsmanship continues to bring unmatched performance into every space. Hunter ceiling fans are available on, as well as in lighting showrooms, home centers and online retailers nationwide.

Shop ceiling fans and learn more about upcoming product releases and get design tips from the Hunter design team, visit, and connect with Hunter Fan Company on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube and Twitter.


The Washington Post: Are ceiling fans the kiss of death for design? Not necessarily. 

The Washington Post Online featured the Symphony smart home ceiling fan and mint Cranbrook modern ceiling fan in its feature on how ceiling fans are “smarter, sleeker and quieter than ever.”

“Picking the right style of ceiling fan can be tough, but brands and retailers have made it easy to shop based on your taste and space. Hunter’s Website ( lets you shop by look (casual, traditional, global and so on) and then narrow down the options by noting your hardware and flooring.”

Read more at Washington_Post Online


USA TODAY: Here’s how Home Alone’s Kevin McCallister would booby trap his home 2017

How could Hunter’s Symphony smart home ceiling fan help Kevin McCallister from Home Alone set the trap for the burglars? USA Today had some ideas.

“When Home Alone debuted more than 25 years ago, poor Kevin McCallister, left behind by his family, was forced to use regular household objects like glue, paint cans, wire, and blow torches to protect his house (and himself) from would- be robbers. Kevin made do with his supplies, successfully booby trapping the house, but we can’t help thinking his would have been a lot easier if he had today’s smart home technology on his side.

Here’s how we imagine Kevin would booby trap his house 2017 with the help of the latest home tech.”

Read more from USA_Today


The Verge

Prime Day 2017 has arrived, and Amazon is opening the floodgates to unleash a wave of deals upon the world, including Hunter’s smart home ceiling fans. Festivities kick off right now, July 10th at 9PM EST / /6PM PST, and will run for 30 hours until 2:59AM EST (July 12th) / 11:59PM PST (July 11th) on Amazon’s website.

Read more at TheVerge.


Tag & Tibby: Modern Living Room Before & After

Julia of Tag & Tibby added the Signal smart home ceiling fan by Hunter Fan Company to her modern global-inspired living room. Through the Hunter SIMPLEconnect Wi-Fi app, she was able to pair the transitional ceiling fan with her Amazon Alexa.

“This post is written in partnership with Hunter Fan.

When we moved into our home 3 years ago we brought with us 1 petite sofa from our Saint Paul house to place in our living room. Our move from Minnesota to North Carolina doubled our square footage–and it has taken time to fill the space! 3 years ago we said hello to brass trim on the fireplace and mini blinds on all the windows. It wasn’t a space that needed to be gutted, but it was PLAIN. I brainstormed ideas for high ceilings and later a $300 leather sectional from Craigslist.”

Read more at Tag_&_Tibby.


Redmond Pie: Smart Home Ceiling Fan that Supports Apple’s HomeKit Is Now Available

Hunter Fan Company’s smart home ceiling fans – the Signal transitional ceiling fan and Symphony modern ceiling fan – were featured in Redmond Pie. These two connected ceiling fans made their debut at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in 2016.

“Everyone really wanted some more HomeKit- compatible home automation accessories and devices, right? Well, now we have what we think may be the first ceiling fan to support Apple’s automation API, with Hunter Fan Company releasing not just one, but two new fans.”

Read more at Redmond_Pie.


Make Use Of: 4 Apply HomeKit Compatible Products You Never Knew You Needed

Make Use Of (MUO) featured Hunter Fan Company’s SIMPLEconnect™ smart home ceiling fans, which are compatible with Apple HomeKit. Use our smart home ceiling fans – like the Symphony modern ceiling fan or Apache industrial inspired ceiling fan – with the Apple HomeKit integration to control your ceiling fan with Siri or with your smart phone controls.

“When you think of smart home devices, the first things that probably come to mind are smart lighting products or smart thermometers. But there’s a whole world of smart home products out there, many of which you may never have heard of!

One of the largest manufacturers of ceiling fans is Tennessee-based Hunter Fan Company. They’re also the first company to offer ceiling fans that work directly with Apple HomeKit.”

Read more at Make_Use_Of.


MacRumors: Apache is Hunter Fan’s Latest Ceiling Fan With HomeKit Support

McRumors featured Hunter Fan Company’s Apache smart home ceiling fan. The fan is the third in the SIMPLEconnect™ collection of smart home fans released by Hunter.

“Hunter Fan Company has introduced a new Wi-Fi connected and HomeKit enabled ceiling fan called Apache, available now for $429 on its website. The 54-inch ceiling fan features curved propeller-like plastic blades with a bronze and oak finish.

Read more at Mac_Rumors