HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — Summer is here and it’s time to cool down with a fan from Connecticut Lighting Centers.
“We have the largest selection of fans in New England,” said Vice President Todd Director. “We have over 180 fans on display.”
At Connecticut Lighting Centers, you can find the perfect fan for your home.
“The biggest difference in coming here is you get a knowledgeable sales staff to help you pick the fan you need,” Director explained.
And with countless styles, the possibilities are endless
“We have contemporary, traditional — you name it, we have it,” Director said.
With Connecticut Lighting Centers “Blade Select” line, you can even customize your own fan. You can pick the motor as well as the size and style of blade that matches your tastes. The store also offers the latest LED styles.
“The nice thing about that is by going LED, one you get a little bit more light than you would with a standard light kit, and the second thing is you don’t have to worry about changing lightbulbs,” Director explained.
LED fans can also save you money on your electric bills. Director says even though they’re brighter, they use only 17 watts of energy versus the 100 – 125 watts that a standard fan uses.
To make your life a breeze, Connecticut Lighting Centers also feature fans that come with a remote or wall control.
“Now you can never have to touch those pull chains [or] have those long, dangly cords hanging down,” Director said.
And you don’t have to limit your fans to the indoors. There you can find styles for your porch, patio or lanai.
“One of the biggest things is people don’t even know shopping for fans that there’s a difference between an indoor fan and an outdoor fan,” Director explained.
Outdoor fans are sealed so no moisture can penetrate them, keeping them working great year after year.
Connecticut Lighting Centers is so much more than a lighting store. They have decorative hardware, window shades and home automation like the Nest thermostat, which automatically sets your home to the perfect temperature.
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