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  1. March 05, 2021

    The Ultimate Guide to Ceiling Fan Types

    The ceiling fan industry is expected to increase by almost 9 percent before the end of 2026.

    This industry has grown over the years not just in monetary value, but in design as well. No matter what you're looking for, you're sure to be able to find something that fits your space perfectly.

    You may not be aware of just how many options there are, but this comprehensive guide is sure to let you in all the not-so-secret ceiling fan types for your home.

    1. DC Motors

    DC stands for direct current. The other type of motor common to ceiling fans is an AC, or alternating current, motor.

    When compared with AC motors, a DC motor uses 70 percent less energy to operate. It also

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  2. September 29, 2020

    Why You Should Consider Getting a Smart Ceiling Fan for Your Home

    Did you know that the U.S. ceiling fan market is estimated to reach approximately $445 million in value by 2021?

    There's a multitude of different options on the market for the smart home inclined as well. If you're already an owner of a couple of smart home devices, then adding a smart fan to your home's climate control mechanisms is the way to go. 

    And if you're hearing about smart fans for the very first time, then no worries. We've got you covered. 

    Keep on reading for our full breakdown on what a smart ceiling fan can add to your home, what benefits it can provide, as well as installation types. 

    The Smart Ceiling Fan: A Breakdown

    Before we head straight into the benefits and features that smart ceiling boasts of having, let's actually tackle what a

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  3. May 07, 2020

    Ceiling Fans for Modern Home Technology

    Once the Future, Now the Present

    Todays’ homes feature automation that once was only a fantasy.

    When I was a kid I used to love sitting around watching cartoons. One of my favorites was The Jetsons. I remember George getting home from work, exiting his little spaceship car, then up the vacuum tube style elevator into his home. Once inside he was greeted by his robot dog Astro, and his robot maid.

    Some of the things I saw were so cool, but who would have ever thought some of those things would become present day technology that we take for granted everyday when we use them. One episode even had a kid watching The Flintstone’s on a small computer type device attached to his wrist. Aka: today’s Apple Watch!

    They would speak to activate devices in the home. Now we have Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and so on.

    Now, when we get the spaceship style flying car, that automatically folds into a briefcase, we’ll be getting somewhere!

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