Harbor Breeze Merrimack Ceiling Fan: Manual, Installation, Pricing & Reviews

If you are looking for a casual style weather proof ceiling fan, then you should consider Harbor Breeze Merrimack & Merrimack II ceiling fans which are perfect for both bedroom as well as for patio environment. In this article, we will discuss the features of this model of ceiling fan with the price tag, assembly instructions, overall review and manuals. But before we get started, let’s have a look at the features and the price you can expect from the Merrimack and Merrimack II ceiling fans?

The Harbor Breeze Merrimack ceiling fan is available at $179.98 along with bronze finish, remote control, globe style light kit and weatherproof features to make it an ideal fan for both indoor as well as outdoor use. The Harbor Breeze Merrimack II fan is available at $149.98 and comes with a pull chain to switch speeds and light output. It has white, bronze, and galvanized finishes, can be compatible with a variety of home decor styles.

To learn more about the finishes and styles of Merrimack and Merrimack 2 ceiling fans, have a look at the table below.

Item ImageHousing FinishesModel NumberItem NumberBlade FinishesAvailability & Retail
Harbor Breeze Merrimack 52 inch Bronze4094280443JavaIn Stock $179.98
Harbor Breeze Merrimack II 52 inch Bronze420731461048Reversible BarnwoodIn Stock $149.98
Harbor Breeze Merrimack II 52 inch White422412758997Reversible BarnwoodIn Stock $149.98
Harbor Breeze Merrimack II 52 inch GalvanizedReversible BarnwoodIn Stock $149.98
Harbor Breeze Merrimack II 52-in Matte Bronze LED Indoor/Outdoor Ceiling Fan with Light Kit...
  • Seeded Glass Shade
  • Reversible Fan Blade (Brown on one side / Bronze on the other side)
  • LED Light Fixture with Bulbs Included

I am very confident that you will definitely want to know the two models of Merrimack ceiling fans in terms of features and differences. Do not worry we are going to discuss them now with assembly tips, reviews, manuals in PDF and some frequently asked questions, so please go ahead and read it.

Features Of The Harbor Breeze Merrimack Ceiling Fan

The Merrimack ceiling fan has an antique bronze finish with java finish blades, clear glass shade and 3 speed levels controlled by remote. Its style is casual and will be compatible with a nautical/coastal theme décor.

To add warmth in your room during the winter months, its reversible airflow will be perfect that is providing 5,188 CFM of airflow. This is a generous airflow that helps in cooling you down within the hot days of summer.

The light kit features ample illumination with its incandescent light bulb that can be replaced easily when required.

The Harbor Breeze Merrimack ceiling fan is perfect for those larger areas and rooms with its 52 inch blades and can be installed in wet areas including outdoor use such as patio or garage.

  • Can be used in Indoor/outdoor settings with its 5 weatherproof java finish blades with a bronze base finish.
  • A light kit and globe-style glass shade to complete the unit.
  • 3 speed settings for convenience and reverse mode controlled by handheld remote.
  • Large 52 inch fan generates a good airflow of up to 5,188-CFM.
  • ETL listed to use in wet locations with safety.
  • A 6 inch L downrod is included.

Check this video on how to change the lightbulb.

Features Of The Harbor Breeze Merrimack II Ceiling Fan

The Merrimack II ceiling fan comes with 3 different finishes including bronze, white and galvanized. The ceiling fan is 52 inch in size with barnwood style blades that are reversible and is a perfect choice for farmhouse rustic rooms and spaces. It can be installed indoor as well as outdoors with an ETL listed as damp rated.

The LED light kit is inspired from lantern and the ceiling fan can be installed in different ways as a downrod is included.

It has standard three speed reversible motor that can be operated using a pull chain generating a cool airflow and comforting air circulation of up to 3,800 CFM.

If you want to experience more airflow then the Merrimack 52 inch Bronze ceiling fan is a better choice for you that generates 5,188 CFM.

  • Listed and certified as damp rated and it is made for both indoors and outdoors in covered areas including garages and patios.
  • This ceiling fan can be mounted in different ways including flush with the ceiling, from standard ceilings with a 6-in downrod or with an angle bracket from angled ceilings (angle bracket is not available so you have to purchase it separately)
  • The addition of pull chains for adjustments to the light output and speed settings.
  • Clear glass globe light kit is caged and contains 3 dimmable LED bulbs.
  • Five reversible driftwood and auburn blades.
  • 52 inch ceiling fan can offer an airflow of up to 3800 CFM.

Harbor Breeze Merrimack 52 inch & Merrimack II 52 inch Ceiling Fan Manuals

The manual is listed in a downloadable PDF format. You need to select the version of your ceiling fan and click the link below.

Download the Harbor Breeze Merrimack 52 inch Ceiling Fan Manual Here

If you are using Merrimack II ceiling fan then you can download PDF manual of that version by clicking on the link below.

Download the Harbor Breeze Merrimack II 52 inch Ceiling Fan Manual Here

Review of the Merrimack Ceiling Fan I & II

The Merrimack II ceiling fan received an impressive 4.7 stars out of 5 stars from over 1915 ratings to make it a very popular option. Its easy to install, noise level, easy to assemble and style earned 4.5 or higher score. Value for money got 4.0 and remote control received the lowest of 2.6. It might be due to the misconception that it has a remote control with it, however the Merrimack II contains pull chains instead of a remote in order to control the fan speed and lights.

The main complaints it received that some of the parts arrived damaged, specifically the glass globe and it needs replacements. Some of the users faced problems while assembling it but a couple of users complained about it out of thousands. Airflow was also a concern, it was felt lower than stated 3800 CFM.

You will like the looks of the ceiling fan however, in terms of quality, it is not as good as other ceiling fan brands. A balancing issue was also faced with some installations causing a wobbling on high speed settings. A balancing kit is essential to fix this problem.

In short, this ceiling fan earned the trust of 95% customers with 4 or 5 star ratings and 85% with a 5 star rating.

The Merrimack ceiling fan received 3.9 stars out of 5 stars from 235 ratings. A 5% of customers who purchased it gave it the lowest score of 1 star. The biggest complaint of the users was that it can be operated from a remote. If you lose the remote or it gets damaged, you wont be able to operate it. There were also a few complaints that said that the fan is not working after installation.

However, 78% were satisfied with this model and gave it a 5 star rating due to no installation issues. A large group of customers appreciated its style and appearance.

How To Assemble and Install the Harbor Breeze Merrimack Ceiling Fan

To install and assemble your Harbor Breeze Merrimack ceiling fan, it is my recommendation to download the manuals above to get a step by step instructions to install the Merrimack ceiling fan.

Watch the video below to learn about assembly and installation.


Where Is The Model Number On A Harbor Breeze?

The model number on a Harbor Breeze Ceiling Fan is available in the instruction manual or on the box of ceiling fan. If you do not have the instruction manual for the Merrimack and Merrimack II fan then you can download them from the above sections. For more Harbor Breeze ceiling fan models, you can go to: Harbor Breeze Ceiling Fan Manuals to get a PDF copy.

Usually the length of a model number is 5 digits. It is usually available on the top of the ceiling fan by the fan motor.

Please read our article on: Harbor Breeze Parts to get additional information on how to locate the model number.

Are Harbor Breeze Ceiling Fans Quiet?

Yes, Harbor Breeze ceiling fans are quiet when they are installed and balanced properly. If you are using a downrod, you can use the balancing kits to get help and avoid wobbling. This wobbling can cause the fan to make noise when spinning.

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