Robinette Boulanger Ceiling Fans March 26, 2019 07:53:58
When you purchase a Hunter ceiling fan, you will have the peace of mind knowing that your ceiling fan is backed by a limited Lifetime Motor Warranty. The WhipserWind motor is available for most models of Hunter ceiling fans, and it transports mega-powerful air movement. Combined with the whisper quiet performance of the Hunter ceiling fan, you can’t find a better value.
Before you purchase a ceiling fan, you should do plenty of research on the internet. Always keep in mind, all ceiling fans are not created equal. To ensure the highest energy efficiency and the best product for the job, choose a Hunter ceiling fan. You won’t regret your decision.
Wet rated outdoor fans are designed to handle direct exposure to rain. They can be installed in virtually any indoor or outdoor location, covered or uncovered. So you can install a wet rated outdoor ceiling fan in an open gazebo, lattice covered lanai or other similar shade structure as well as under a covered porch or patio. Because wet rated outdoor fans are pretty much water tight, you can actually clean them by hosing them off...which is a great reason to buy a wet rated fan even if all you need is a damp rated model.
Hugger fans were basically designed for low ceiling but now a day they are used everywhere. They are designed in such a manner that their blades remain away from the floor as they possibly can be and give them more clearance. But because of this design the air circulation is impeded which is one of the major disadvantage of this kind of fans. Also they are not as efficient and effective as other fans are because the blades of hugger ceiling fans are very close to the ceiling. These hugger fans are mostly used where ceiling height is only 8 feet and this height further increases if your furniture height like bed and sofa is also more than regular basis.
Hugger Mounting: Hugger model fans are simply fans mounted close to the ceiling, that will seem as though they are clinging to or "hugging" the ceiling directly. This can also be referred to as the close-to-ceiling-mount.
Take a walk-through of the nearest Home Depot. By walking up and down the aisles and looking at the various fans that are displayed on the ceilings above, you’ll be able to see how much lower some fans hang than others do. By sticking with the options that hug the ceiling, you’ll have your light and air circulation back and in working condition in no time.