Antique-Inspired Casablanca Ceiling Fans
Burton A. Burton established the Casablanca Fan Company in 1974 in Pomona, California, amidst an energy crisis and a highly competitive market. Burton had a vision to create something more than just a ventilation device. He patterned Casablanca ceiling fans after his love of antiques and each fan was plated with an antique brass finish. In addition, each fan was constructed to be lightweight, a considerable achievement at the time. Burton’s design legacy is still visible in the many of Casablanca's current collections. Burton’s unconventional vision and business approach propelled the company into overnight success. By 1975, the Casablanca Fan Company was selling approximately $1 million in fans.
Beautiful & Functional Casablanca Fans
Casablanca fans are more than just attractive; the fans contain the best-quality materials like virgin zinc that makes up the die-cast housings and blade holders. Casablanca ceiling fans are engineered with high-performance flywheel motors that can manage blade patches (or angles) up to 20 degrees and blade spans up to 70 inches, which can move 7000+ CFM. All ceiling fans manufactured by the Casablanca Fan Company are secured by stainless steel hardware, ¾ inch in diameter Perma-lock downrods, and Hang-Tru canopies. Attention to details and quality materials has made Casablanca one of the top ceiling fan manufacturers in the world.
Casablanca ceiling fans create a strong design statement in any indoor or outdoor space of your home. Casablanca outdoor fans add natural beauty and comfort to a patio, porch or veranda. Families and friends can gather outdoors for a casual meal, al-fresco cocktail party, or friendly game without forfeiting comfort.
Parisian designer Coco Chanel once said that simplicity was the key to true elegance. The Casablanca Fan Company emulates this idea in their belief that sophistication does not have to be complex. Their commitment to quality materials and design is what truly makes these ceiling fans stand out.