6 thoughts on “Hampton Bay Lighting Catalog

  1. where can i find catalog of hampton bay lighting fixtures?

    • The above answer is excellent. Vote it as the best answer when it goes to a vote.

  2. I’ve looked on most home improvement sites and can’t find what I am looking for,perhaps you could help?
    I need an 18 inch diameter ceiling fan. NOT A DOWN ROD. It cannot be any bigger than that,and please suggest a retailer not a classifieds-type ad or site. I need this size ceiling fan specifically. Thank you for your time and help.

  3. How do I remove a Hampton Bay ceiling mount fixture?
    The light bulbs inside are burnt out, and I swear I’ve tried everything… pressure on the glass flush fixture, turning it left forever, turning it right forever, trying to remove the decorative prongs, trying to unscrew the base mount (which is soldered to the decorative prongs), and can’t figure out for the life of me how to get to the light bulbs inside.

    There’s no exact match on Hampton Bay’s site nor Home Depot, although I went to the store yesterday to verify it is a Hampton Bay light. The one that looks the most similar is http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/productImages/100/f2/f2712410-c73b-4e93-a722-b0071cd13fcf_100.jpg, although the nickel sides go all along the fixture.
    It’s Model HB1313-12, although it’s got the nickle “arms” the entire length of the light.

    I’ve just posted a picture of it online at http://www.flickr.com/photos/discogeek/2879484923/ as well.

    Thanks!
    I bribed a friend with lunch to figure it out. Apparently I’m a n00b… you just unscrew the knob at the bottom and then take it apart like a normal light. I’d swear I tried that numerous times…

    • The link doesn’t work. If you can repost it or e-mail a link to me, I can try to help you out.

      EDIT: From my experience with lights similar to this one, the small knob at the end of the finial in the center of the light should be a nut, connected to a hollow piece of threaded rod that sticks down through the glass lens. Try to unscrew just the tip of the finial. It’s probably on there pretty tight, but it should unscrew. Hope this helps.