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A lot of people have only experienced ceiling fans on holiday in Spain. Laying in your hotel bed you look up at the blades spin around but also the whole motor moves around and around. You wonder how long you’ve got left before the ceiling fan comes crashing down. You remember the fan, it looked a bit like this…
The reality is that even the wobbliest (Yes, that is a word – spellcheck said so) of ceiling fans won’t fall off the ceiling as there is a safety locking bar installed preventing such a catastrophe.However, that doesn’t stop people thinking that they’re going to end their days as a ridiculous headline in a Spanish News Paper
'Techo Wobbly vacaciones Fan ruinas desastre familia'
So, as you can imagine, the fact that most people’s first experience of a ceiling fan is the one above,makes it a little bit difficult to convince them that not all ceiling fans are created equal. However, here at Fantasia we like a challenge and we are here to enhance the reputation of the humble ceiling fan.
A few things we do at Fantasia to make sure you get a quiet ceiling fan that doesn’t wobble:
1. All motors are sounds tested individually in a special room in the factory.
2. The motor is spun at high speed to check for wobble. If they wobble they are sent further back on the production line to be fixed. If they still wobble they are sent to a green pasture to live out their days with other wobbly motors.
3. Blade carriers are weighed individually and packed together with similar weighted like-minded blade carriers.
4. Fan blades are also weight individually and packed with blades that weigh the same.
So after all of this we end up with a ceiling fan that is quiet and doesn’t wobble. However, even with all this effort a ceiling fan that hasn’t been installed correctly still may wobble. It’s important to check the set screws at the bottom of the drop rod and also to make sure all of the screws holding the motor to blade carrier and blade carrier to blade are nice and tight.
So, hopefully we’ve convinced you that a Fantasia Ceiling Fan shouldn’t wobble and should also be very quiet during operation.
If you have any questions the give us a call on 01959 564440 or have a look at our website
Thanks for reading.
Was it Gordon Brown that said ‘the best time to fix the roof is when the sun is shining’? No, probably not but I’m sure he would agree that if you want to avoid a build up of dust on your ceiling fan then you should clean it.
It’s a common problem. Some people don’t use the reverse function on their ceiling fan so it stays still for a lot of the darker, colder months. Then, when Spring arrives, the ceiling fan gets switched on and showers the occupants with the dust that has been building up on the top of the blades.
We have the solution! Please meet the Fantasia Ceiling Fan Duster. The cleaning aid with the best name in the whole world. We were going to call it the ‘dustbuster’ but we’re fairly sure that would result in a call from a trademark lawyer so we’ve played it safe.
the ceiling fan duster make short work of cleaning all parts of your ceiling fan. It has been specifically developed for ceiling fans with it’s microfibre, dust clinging attributes. It is shaped in such a way that cleaning a ceiling fan become a breeze!
There are a list of excuses for not cleaning a ceiling fan, we’ll deal with them below:
1. It’s too high up.
Our ceiling fan duster can be connected to any threaded broom handle to gain height.
2. I can’t get into the nooks and crannys.
The ceiling fan duster has been specifically designed for both nooks and crannys (The research dept dealt with the nooks very quickly,the crannys took a bit longer but we got there in the end). See below for a picture of a ceiling fan duster reaching the places other dusters can’t reach
3. I really can’t be bothered
Get someone else to do it for you.
So, there you are, the top 3 reasons for not cleaning a ceiling fan dealt with in one fell swoop (Yes, ‘fell’ swoop, those of you that say ‘foul’ swoop are saying wrong). Here’s some more pictures for you
You can find more details on the wonderful new Fantasia Ceiling Fan Duster here
Thanks for reading, we sure do appreciate it!
Call or email us for more information – firstname.lastname@example.org 01959 564440
Fantasia Ceiling Fans are running a Competition. Send us your pictures of a Fantasia Ceiling Fan in a room setting. We’ll pick the best each month and send the winner a bottle of Champagne.
You don’t have to be a professional or anything, just a nice shot of a Fantasia Ceiling Fan in a room will do nicely.
Send your entries to email@example.com or post them to:
Fantasia Ceiling Fans
Unit B, The Flyers Way, Westerham, Kent, TN16 1DE
In April Fantasia will be exhibiting at one of the biggest lighting shows in the world: Light + Building, Frankfurt.
Here’s more about it:
The world’s biggest trade fair for lighting and intelligent buildings
The self-sufficient and sustainable use of energy is a subject of rapidly increasing importance in the modern world. The main theme of Light+Building 2012 is energy efficiency. The focal points are buildings as a green power station and the digitalisation of light and buildings
Around 2,100 exhibitors take part in Light+Building at Frankfurt Fair and Exhibition Centre and almost one in two of the over 183,000 visitors comes from outside Germany. After Germany, the top ten visitor nations are The Netherlands, Italy, Austria, France, Switzerland, Great Britain, China, Spain, Belgium and Sweden. The most important visitor target groups are architects, interior architects, designers, planners, engineers, artisans, the distributive trades and industry
Light+Building is a trade fair, open to trade visitors only, access is not available to private visitors.
15 to 19 April 2012: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
20. April 2012: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m
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