Lighting Illusions sell a range of different fan options to suit your needs and tastes. What's the main difference a low and high amount of fan blades?
The age old question, how many lights do I need per room. Click here for some insider advice on how much light you should have in your space.
Saving 40% on your power bill never looked so COOL!
From modern to coastal cool, we take a look at some of the trends emerging in the world of ceiling fans.
Year-round beautiful weather is one of the perks of living in Queensland, and no-where do we love entertaining more than on the big back deck. Here are our tips for selecting the perfect ceiling fan for your entertainment area.
Looking to find out the key differences between AC and DC ceiling fans? Read up on the new, sophisticated technology that brings with it a host of benefits.
Everybody knows that ceiling fans help you feel cooler. Through a process called evaporation, the fans generate a breeze that facilitate evaporation, which cools the body. What everybody doesn’t know is that ceiling fans can be used in much the same way as you use them in summer, but in this case, they help facilitate heating in the room.
When it’s the middle of winter and freezing outside, it's probably safe to say that most of us aren't thinking about our ceiling fans. However, running fans in the colder months can actually save up to 10% on heating costs and is as simple as flipping a switch.
Last week we looked at the continuing popularity of fans and their role in cooling, and indeed warming, our homes, including in conjunction with air conditioning. This time, we’ll examine fan controls, sizes, materials and blade numbers as well as where to put you fan.
The ceiling fan— a child of the Industrial Revolution—is still one of the most sensible solutions to home comfort despite a virtual revolution in the world of home appliances.