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July 2015: Brand Spotlight: Three Sixty – Three Sixty brand has bought us the elegant Spitfire ceiling fan range in 2015. Offering a three year onsite warranty, this range has a solid warranty backing and the fans themselves are both sleek and durable. The Spitfire ceiling fans are the first style to be bought out under the Three Sixty brand with more models expecting to come in the future.[Read More...]

November 2014: The Urban 2 by Fanco– This Summer’s best buy - The Urban 2 ceiling fan by Fanco has been on the scene for a few years now, and has proved its value and reliability. We have chosen it as this summer’s best buy not because it is the newest technology or the fanciest design, but because it is, in our opinion, the best balance of what you need in a regular fan. [Read More...]

October 2014: Fans On An Angle? - For those who want to install a ceiling fan and have a slightly angled or raked ceiling, don’t worry at all! Most (but not all) ceiling fans on the market today can be installed on a ceiling angled up to 28 degrees without any problem or any extra accessories needed. The reason for this is that today ceiling fans come with a ‘ball joint’ mechanism. [Read More...]

April 2014: Brand Spotlight: Hunter – First in our series of spotlights into the ceiling fan brands we carry is Hunter. Hunter ceiling fans have been around since 1886 with a vision of lasting quality and craftsmanship. With ceiling fan designs from your traditional classics to clean and contemporary, Hunter fans offer a range of styles for all interiors. [Read More...]

February 2014: Ceiling Fan Remotes: Insiders Guide To Remote Controls – Do you need a ceiling fan remote? What options are there? Ceiling fans can be controlled in 3 different ways – pull cord, wall controls or remote controls. Remotes can be very useful in certain circumstances, but are not always necessary. Often installation may be a bit tricky – you have a concrete ceiling and another floor above so you can’t add any extra wiring or can add wiring in the ceiling but you can’t do wiring down the wall. In these cases, a remote will often make installation possible. [Read More...]