Featuring eight weather-resistant Walnut blades and Emerson’s EcoMotor, the Aira Eco ceiling fan, suitable for damp locations, is one of the most energy efficient fans on the market, creating unbeatable airflows in large spaces. This contemporary indoor/outdoor fan maximizes energy efficiency while offering a thoroughly modern aesthetic with its stunning streamlined design and integrated LED light fixture.
- Featuring Emerson’s most energy-efficient motor, the EcoMotor, this indoor ceiling fan uses up to 75-percent less energy and delivers long-lasting, trouble-free motor life without sacrificing power
- Integrated LED light fixture for maximum performance and energy efficiency makes it ideal in large spaces as a living room or kitchen ceiling fan
- Features a streamlined design with graphite housing, weather-resistant driftwood blades and an opal matte glass for a stunning modern look
- Modern ceiling fan includes a removable, no-light cover plate so you can choose between lighted and fan-only options
- Includes a 6-speed LED wall control with receiver that allows you to easily select fan speed, light intensity and airflow direction; select from white, ivory, and almond colored switch covers
Use These Tips To Improve Your Home
There might no be the perfect manual that has all the information you need about home improvement and there is a lot to learn. The following is great material to help you complete basic home improvement projects.
New furniture may be costly to purchase. Sometimes you can find great bargains in second-hand stores or yard sales. You might find great things when buying used stuff, including furniture. You might have to touch them up, but they could be a great addition to your home.
When choosing between stained and painted baseboards, many feel that stained woods are more universally appealing. This look is considered classic, and most homes can benefit from the more natural appeal. In addition, stained baseboards hide scuff marks and are easier to maintain than painted baseboards. There are many colors of stain to match your decor.
To minimize the “peek-through” of walls behind paneling, paint stripes on the walls prior to putting up paneling. You might have some old parts of the wall sticking through if you are putting up paneling. Be sure to measure the paneling before you install it. Choose a paint color that matches the color of your paneling, and paint strips of this color wherever the panels will meet.
Only spend time on home improvements that are practical. Examples of nonsensical improvements include non-insulated sun rooms in Michigan, and uncovered decks in Arizona; basically anything that causes potential buyers to think about whether you have made other odd choices while maintaining the house. Only renovate in a fashion that matches your climate and works for a variety of tastes and styles.
Every owner of a home wants to improve it. Doing it right the first time will save a lot of headaches of either doing it over or hiring someone else to do it. A lot of home improvements are not successfully implemented because owners don’t know what they’re doing. Don’t become part of the troubled masses. Use what you have gone over here to make improvements that are of great quality.