Hi, Bill. You will probably have to run a new electric circuit to power your fan anyway so why not start with your electrician. I'm sure that he can get what you want from Grainger's or a major electrical supply house in your area. Remember that you will probably not want a Universal motor. These are made to run at one speed only but are cheaper than variable speed motors. The label on the Universal motor will show that the speed is either 3750 RPM or 3450 RPM and these do not like running at any other speed.