Swapping your old ceiling fan for a new one that suits your style is a great way to instantly transform any room, improve comfort, and save on energy costs. After you’ve customized your dream ceiling fan or found the perfect pre-made fan, another issue may come to mind once you receive it: how to install it.
When it comes to ceiling fan installation, ensuring it’s installed correctly, safely, and with care is critical. Continue reading as we cover the ins and outs of ceiling fan installations including how much it costs, what to expect, and if you should do the installation yourself.
If you’ve ever stretched out in front of a fan on a hot day, you know how refreshing moving air can feel. Smart homeowners use ceiling fans for efficient cooling. But does an indoor ceiling fan actually cool a room? The answer is technically no, but learn how to use ceiling fans to keep your home comfortable at a fraction of the cost.
Indoor furniture isn’t designed to use on your porch or patio, and neither are indoor ceiling fans. Although indoor ceiling fans and outdoor ceiling fans may appear similar on the outside, it’s what’s on the inside that sets them apart. Outdoor ceiling fans are designed for greater durability than their indoor counterparts, to stand up to the elements without electrical failure or cosmetic damage. Here’s what you need to know.
When you’re shopping for a new ceiling fan, one of the biggest factors to consider is how many blades your ceiling fan should have. Aesthetics and personal style tend to be the biggest factors, but performance should also be on the top of your mind. Continue reading to find out if there really is an ideal number of ceiling fan blades, and what you need to know to make the best decision.
Like any home appliance, ceiling fans wear out as they age. Motors can quit working, wires can become loose or broken, and blades can become worn. In addition, new ceiling fan models come out yearly, many of which offer energy saving features that could reduce your electric bill and make your home more environmentally friendly.
If you’re wondering whether it’s time to replace a ceiling fan, look for these four signs.
How you decorate your home expresses your own unique style. Ceiling fans come in a huge variety to complement just about any decor style. If you are a fan of clean lines, warm wood tones, and raw materials, industrial style is for you. Industrial style ceiling fans are a bold option perfect for adding dimension to contemporary homes and commercial spaces.
You want your home to be comfortable and stylish, in any room where you spend time. An indoor ceiling fan can provide comfort and beauty while potentially reducing your energy bills. Learn some reasons to buy an indoor ceiling fan and some of the many available options.
A patio or outdoor space is one of the most tranquil areas of a home. It’s where you can sip your morning cup of coffee, host friends and family, or relax on a peaceful evening. There are several ways to enhance your favorite outdoor space, like adding cozy furniture and beautiful plants and flowers. But one of the best ways to make it uniquely yours, and keep it comfortably cool year-round, is by adding an outdoor ceiling fan.
Choosing the right ceiling fan for your home or outdoor space can have you exploring so many designs, features, and sizes that your options seem virtually limitless. However, if you’re limited on space or have a low ceiling, one way to narrow your choices is to consider a low-profile ceiling fan, such as a flush mount ceiling fan with lights, instead of a standard mount fan. Here’s what to look for in a flush mount fan as well as some of our most popular models.
We are pleased to announce the opening of a new Dan’s Fan City retail store in Marietta, Georgia. The store is located in East Cobb, at the intersection of Johnson Ferry and Roswell road in the Pinestraw Shopping Center. The fully renovated space, between Trader Joe’s and New Balance Footwear, features stained wood beams that show our wide selection of ceiling fans, along with new flooring and wall covering.