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Not all ceiling fans are created equal.

Before you purchase a ceiling fan there are some very important things you should know about how fans work in general and what makes some ceiling fans better than others.  Knowing what questions to ask is important so here are some comparison guidelines.

Shaking and wobbling have their place only on the dance floor.
Movers and shakers are great to watch on the dance floor but not on your ceiling.  There's nothing more annoying than a ceiling fan that wobbles. 

Ceiling fans should be seen and not heard.
An electric motor hum is a trademark of cheap fans and can be very trying on hot summer nights when you are trying to sleep.  Cheaper ceiling fans have stamped metal parts which an amplify buzzes or hums within the fan's motor housing.   Motors featuring heavy metal castings and precision sealed ball bearings top and bottom to ensure silent operation and a long maintenance-free life.

Don't let your ceiling fan leave you hot under the collar.
Just because a ceiling fan moves air doesn't mean it moves enough air to keep you comfortable.  The blade pitch (or angle) determines how much air is moved when the fan is on.  Some fans have blades with a very shallow pitch because their motors are not powerful enough to handle the extra demand made by steeper blade pitches. 

Ceiling fans should lower energy costs not raise them.

Rather than just offering you a cooling breeze on a hot summer day or recirculating ceiling-trapped hot air in the winter.  It is important when selecting a ceiling fan to make sure the motor is large enough to operate it efficiently or you won't enjoy comfort or energy savings.   Cheaper fans with smaller motors move less air--making them inefficient all around.

Look for a lifetime commitment
A very important part of your purchase decision should be the backup you receive after the ceiling fan is in your home.  Make sure the manufacturer has performed adequate testing and inspection at the factory level.  Ask about warranties and customer service.  Casablanca ceiling fans have one of the best warranties in the business and a customer service network which spans the country.  They'll even make house calls (within 30 miles of your dealer) within 120 days after purchase should you experience any problems.  Authorized Casablanca ceiling fan dealers are located near you and have been carefully selected and trained.  They are the experts and are pleased to help you in the selection of a ceiling fan to suit your exact requirements.

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