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Good lighting can make the difference between a room that is pleasant and inviting or one where the light is too bright or where shadowy pockets exist, making it dark and dingy. A properly lit room often has several layers of lighting that homeowners can use for different purposes. An under cabinet lighting system is one way to add a layer of light to a kitchen, craft room or any other area of your home that may have dark areas due to cabinets or shelving.
A true leader in the industry, Casablanca Fan Company was established in 1974 when they released their first belt-driven fan for commercial use. Burton A. Burton, the founder, had a love for antiques which inspired the designs and styles of the fans. These beautiful new fans brought forth an updated perspective to the industry. In fact, Casablanca’s innovative mindset led to their creation of the cubic feet per minute test method. This method became the standard unit for the measuring of ceiling fan airflow which all manufacturers now use and are required to provide. Casablanca prides themselves on spearheading this innovation, providing quality, and bringing true craftsmanship and artistry to the industry. With Casablanca each fan is unique and tells a story.
Interested in learning how to take indoor pictures like a professional? If you have yet to purchase an indoor photography lighting kit, have no fear. You can still take amazing photos with some simple home furnishings. Consider using the adjustable table lamp sitting on your bedside table or office desk for adding light to your set. Below are a few additional indoor photography lighting tips you can use to help get the most out of your indoor photos and take pictures like a pro.
It's back to school time. If you're a parent, this means shopping for school supplies like paper, pens and pencils. Don’t forget to add adjustable task lighting to the list. Yes, lighting. Good lighting improves attention span, accuracy and productivity. Here are three tips for illuminating your homework or study area.
For decades, Maxim Lighting has been the go-to for discerning clientele, thanks to their innovative offerings and second-to-none approach to customer service. They've also consistently enjoyed a place in the top five lighting companies in the industry. The finest global hotels, stores and offices have incorporated their products into their aesthetic.
Scientifically speaking, as the number of blades go up, the ceiling fan will become quieter and circulate less air. This is due to the fact that additional blades increase the drag on the ceiling fan motor and slow it down. Industrial fans, like wind turbines, usually only have two or three blades for this reason; they can move more air and noise is not an issue. So how many blades is best for a ceiling fan in your home?
Since 1999, Big Ass Fans has been helping industrial facilities and more by creating energy efficient fans that help improve airflow. Whether you’re looking for a Big Ass Fan for your warehouse, or a portable solution for your small office, Big Ass Fans has all kinds of cost effective solutions!
Track lighting systems are often used over kitchen islands, in bathrooms, hallways or living rooms with high ceilings where traditional lighting is inefficient. Flexible track lighting allows for numerous configurations to make the lighting system meet your needs and to create the look and feel you want.
Making your home "smart" is all the rage right now. Coined the "Internet of things", the extension of Internet connectivity into physical devices and everyday objects is what has fueled the popularity of devices such as Google Home, Amazon’s Alexa, and Apple’s Homekit. These "smart", Wi-Fi- or app-enabled devices let you connect your lights, your fridge, your doorbell, and even your ceiling fan to a central hub and your cell phone. Which allows you to press a button on your phone or just say, "Hey Google, turn on my ceiling fan" and your ceiling fan will turn on.
At Del Mar Fans & Lighting, we value the health and safety of our employees and customers. During these uncertain times, we wanted to take the time to let you know the steps we took at the start of the Coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19) and how we are continuing to handle it at our headquarters.
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