Emerson was the first manufacturer to create the world's first alternating current electric fan motor in 1890. Per creator J.W. Emerson, ""We will endeavor to furnish the handsomest as well as the best fan motor on the market. If you need relief from the heated term, try our fan motors and be happy."" Ever since, Emerson has been working to refine their products with only the highest quality materials and construction. After 125 years, Emerson is still setting the industry standard with high quality, versatile and timeless ceiling fans to work with any design aesthetic - indoors or out.
Emerson continues to develop new ideas and products that make their fans more efficient and beautiful than any other fan on the market today. Inspiration for Emersons products can come from a surprising amount of sources. Whether it's a designer clothing line in Milan or a new automobile innovation from Japan that inspires their designers, their fans are always created with quality, beauty, and sophistication in mind.
Emerson has been meticulously crafting ceiling fans with the finest materials available to deliver the highest quality product possible for well over a century. The result is a more powerful yet quieter ceiling fan motor, more efficient airflow and lower energy cost. From modern ceiling fans to traditional, indoor and outdoor, Emerson sets the industry standard with high quality, versatile and timeless ceiling fans to complement any design aesthetic! We all know that energy costs are always on the rise, and ceiling fans can help you save in a huge way.
Emerson fans are continually being updated to produce powerful airflow while remaining energy efficient. According to a California utility company, it only cost about a penny an hour to run a ceiling fan, where the same hour of central air conditioning will run you about 43cents. At that rate, your Emerson fan will pay for itself in no time. Ceiling fans are enjoyable in any season, and with Emerson fans, it can cost you less to keep the rooms in your home more comfortable. Using a ceiling fan during warm weather can save you up to 40% on air conditioning bills, and in the winter months, it will push down the hot air at the ceiling, allowing you to set your thermostat lower, save on heating cost and feel comfortable.