This guest post is by Teal Anderson, J.D. Business Development Manager of Fanimation.
Pick any ceiling in your home and look up. Chances are that your eyes are seeing a ceiling fan. In fact, statistics show that over half the residential homes in the United States have ceiling fans in at least one room. Now ask yourself this, when you look up at your ceiling fan, do you like what you see? If your answer is no, then I have just one word for you, Fanimation. Fanimation is a premier manufacturer of innovative, high quality ceiling fans that will make you exclaim, “Yes!” next time anyone asks whether you like your ceiling fan.
Fanimation was founded by Tom Frampton, a man who is not only capable of engineering a ceiling fan that your neighbors will be jealous of, but can also tell you the history of the ceiling fan while giving you a personal tour of the only ceiling fan museum in the United States (which just happens to be located at the Fanimation headquarters). In more recent years, Tom passed the torch to his son, Nathan Frampton, who continues to lead Fanimation on the path to becoming the world’s number one ceiling fan manufacturer.
Recently, Fanimation unveiled its 2011 products which did not disappoint in terms of the unique designs and cutting edge technology that helped put this company on the map. One of the most original designs to hit the ceiling fan market in the last decade is The Marea Ceiling Fan. This one-bladed fan creates a hypnotic effect as it cuts through the air in a wave like motion. Like many Fanimation ceiling fans, The Marea looks more like a piece of art than what it actually is, an energy and cost efficient product. (Go to Fanimation’s Facebook page to check out The Marea in Motion)
Fanimation also introduced LED lighting into the 2011 product mix with The Landan Ceiling Fan. This transitional five-bladed fan utilizes not only the most energy efficient lighting, but also the most energy efficient motor. The DC motor consumes up to seventy percent less energy than a traditional ceiling fan motor while producing more power. To round out this impressive product release, Fanimation went the extra mile to create the most rust resistant ceiling fans available. The wet location rated Zonix and Cancun Ceiling Fan are comprised of entirely composite materials that can be exposed to even the most salty sea air without rusting.
So, if you are tired of looking up at that boring white ceiling fan that has been hanging in your living room, bedroom, kitchen or den for the last ten years, I highly suggest that you invest in some Fanimation. I promise that just one well placed Fanimation fan will transform your room from drab to fab!