Fanmation Ceiling Fans
More and more people are moving away from the boring, plain, and simplistic
ceiling fan and moving toward a creative, fun, and out of the ordinary fan.
When it comes to unique styles and products that every one will envy, you
need to look at Fanimation products. These fans are built with high quality
parts from the inside out.
To give you a couple of examples, when it comes to the design of the belt
and pulley driven fan, this specific design was inspired by the French
Quarter found in the heart of New Orleans. When it comes to the blade
design, get ready for something amazing. If you have a room with an exotic
décor, or an outside patio that resembles tropical islands, the Islander
ceiling fan if perfect. This fan features blades unlike anything you have
ever seen. To create a ceiling fan that is realistic, the blades are made
from real palm leaves.
Another unique ceiling fan, which is an understatement, is the Palisade.
This ceiling fan provides a vertical rotation unlike any other fan. The
Punkah is another ceiling fan that brings your room alive with its
side-to-side synchronized motion. If you have a contemporary room, loft
apartment, or any room where there are clean lines or tall ceilings,
Fanimation will have the "right" ceiling fan for your specific needs. For
more than 25 years, Fanimation has been designing ceiling fans and using
only quality manufacturing experience to give them character. Tom Frampton,
the founder of Fanimation, designed and built his first belt-driven fanback
in 1973. To this day, Tom continues to use his valuable skill to create
ceiling fans that people are proud to have in their home or office. In fact,
some of his fans have a futuristic appearance while other fans offer a homey
Another great choice is the Palmetto. For this fan to be installed, each
driveshaft has to support backing of three quarters of an inch of plywood,
measuring 20 inches by 20 inches. This backing would be attached to the
ceiling joints, pushed firm about the sheetrock. Additionally, the backing
needs to be able to support 100 pounds. This driveshaft houses the motor,
which needs 120 VAC through a flush mount j-box located on the center. The
driveshaft will also have a circuit wired, which will hold the light fixture.
This too will require a j-box on center, and a circuit wired going back to a
dimmer circuit, or an on / off switch. Additionally, you need to make sure
the motor and lights are on separate switch legs.
As you can see the design from a mechanical standpoint and from an
appearance standpoint, is superior. When it comes time to install a ceiling
fan in your home, why install a ceiling fan that is ordinary when you can
install a ceiling fan that is a true masterpiece.