Fanimation FP7930PWW Mariano 52 in. Indoor/Outdoor Ceiling Fan - Pewter - ENERGY
There's something lighthearted about the Fanimation FP7930PWW Mariano 52 in. Indoor/Outdoor Ceiling Fan - Pewter - ENERGY STAR that just makes you want to grin. It could be the playfully upturned blades, designed for total airflow efficiency. Or it could be the unique contrast between the silver finish on the body and the blades' cherry finish. Or it could be the white-swirl glass bulb. Then of course there's that enviable Energy Star rating that means this indoor/outdoor ceiling fan will be good to Mother Earth, and your wallet. Whatever the case . This traditional indoor/outdoor ceiling fan is loaded with special features. It has three speeds that are easy to control. The white finish lightens up any living space with a traditional airiness that's cool and refreshing. This cool ceiling fan is UL listed for damp locations, so you don't have to worry if you install it in your patio or porch area.What is an ENERGY STAR product?This product has earned the ENERGY STAR rating from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy. ENERGY STAR is a voluntary labeling program designed to identify and promote energy-efficient products. These products meet strict guidelines and can help you save up to a third on energy bills compared to like products without an ENERGY STAR rating. ENERGY STAR products saved about $14 billion in 2006 alone, and their numbers are growing exponentially in product categories. This ENERGY STAR product has met criteria that will save energy, money, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. An excellent choice.About Fanimation:27 years ago, in a Pasadena garage, Tom Frampton pursued a desire to create innovative, high-quality ceiling fans by producing his very first design, the Punkah. Before long, the market began to take notice of Tom's designs, and Fanimation was born. Today, Fanimation offers its products in over 1,500 retail stores and 33 countries. Fanimation's unique designs have been used in magazines such as Vanity Fair and Modernism, as well as gracing both the large and small screens on HGTV and Extreme Makover Home Edition, and the film ""I, Robot"".