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January 2018

Tropical Room Décor Made Complete with the Perfect Ceiling Fan

By Jeff Eller 1 years ago 1133 Views No comments

Tropical Interior Decor Needs a Palm Leaf Ceiling Fan

If decorating in a tropical island theme, everyone knows that finding the right ceiling fan can make or break the entire project. If you’ve found yourself in this position, that is probably what brought you here, and here is where you’ll find the help your searching for.

Overlooked Way of Winter Heating...

By Jeff Eller 1 years ago 2002 Views 3 comments

Ceiling Fa Direction Winter

This winter has been very cold. Someone I know who keeps track of temperatures from year to year was quoted saying, “So far this winter, it is the coldest one on record in over 50 years.” Now, that's cold! I have not personally researched to verify it, but when I walk outside my body tells me that what he said is correct.

That said, did you know that a ceiling fan can really help to regulate inside temperatures, while trying warm your home during these cold snaps we are having?

What Type of Outdoor Ceiling Fan Will You Need?

By 1 years ago 4634 Views No comments

Outdoor Ceiling Fans Wet Rated or Damp Rated

In this article, I hope the shed light on the difference between the UL ratings of wet vs. damp. I hope that after reading, if you are shopping for a ceiling fan, you'll understand the difference between the two. Afterwards you will know to only shop for the perfect model that will work well in your area. I hope to be able help broaden your selections, if you only need a damp rated ceiling fan, but you have only been looking at wet rated designs.

Understanding the Ceiling Fan Energy Information Label

By Jeff Eller 1 years ago 1317 Views No comments

84 Inch Ceiling Fan Energy Info Label

When shopping for ceiling fans, you'll find an Energy Information Label on all ceiling fan boxes, and you should see the same label on any reputable website that offers ceiling fans for sale online.

The Airflow Rating shows how much cubic feet per minute of airflow a ceiling fan moves on its high speed setting. The Electricity Use Rating shows how much wattage of energy a fan uses to move that amount of air. Finally, the Airflow Efficiency Rating shows how efficiently a ceiling fan moves the airflow, by dividing the Airflow Rating by the Electricity Use Rating.