Table & Floor Lamps – See it. Touch it. Take it Home.
Visit Connecticut Lighting Centers for the newest Table & Floor Lamps. We have a large array of Table & Floor lamps including Quoizel, Stiffel, Hubbardton Forge, Kovaks and much more. Get directions to our Hartford and Southington Showroom.
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The weather is getting cooler and it’s almost time to fall back one hour. Sometimes simply resetting your alarm clock is not the same as resetting your internal clock. Your bedroom lighting plays a big part in maintaining your natural rhythm and regulating your innate alarm clock. If the lighting in your bedroom is not optimal, you may be grouchy in the morning.
For example, if your bedroom windows do not allow enough sunlight to peek into your room in the morning, you may have a more difficult time waking up, because your body won’t recognize that it’s morning.
If you’re tired of downing several cups of coffee to start your day, consider installing LED lighting that can emulate the sunrise with dimming features. By utilizing programmable dimming controls, your body can get the wake-up call it needs when natural sunlight is not available.
Visit our showrooms and speak with a Lighting Professional to learn more about Lighting Controls and LED Lighting for your home.
David Director, President, Connecticut Lighting Centers & Restoration Lighting Gallery, talks with Ray Dunaway from WTIC 1080 about outdoor LED lighting. From flood lights, path lights, lanterns to post lights and more, the Sales Professionals at Connecticut Lighting Centers can help you choose the right light for the right application. Visit our showrooms to learn more.
Listen to the WTIC News Talk 1080 radio interview with Ray Dunaway here below.
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Does it matter how many blades a ceiling fan has?
No, it is more important for a ceiling fan to be the right size for your space. Rooms that are 100 square feet or larger require a 52-inch diameter fan to be most effective. Smaller rooms can use a 28-inch through 48-inch diameter model. Larger great rooms may require bigger fans with up with an 80 inch span.
While most ceiling fans have five blades, that is more of an aesthetic consideration rather than a practical one. A fan with fewer blades actually moves more air. Fans located high in a space, such as in a warehouse or home with extremely high ceilings, will typically be three-blade, industrial-grade fans.
Connecticut Lighting Centers is New England’s Ceiling Fan Headquarters!
Get cool this summer! We have over 150 ceiling fans on display including the hottest styles starting at $99.95. Plus, we have a lifetime warranty on all fans. View a sample of the newest ceiling fans below. Visit our showrooms to see many more fans on display. We have ceiling fan experts that can help you pick the perfect fan. We are open seven days and five nights!
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