As mentioned above, whether it's been passed down through the generations, or just part of a property you just bought, we can help you own your own windmill ceiling fan. There are a few things we need to know, and more importantly, that YOU need to know, if you'd like to make your windmill wheel into a ceiling fan.
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With over 50 years of tradition in the windmill business, we believe strongly in providing a bridge to our generations past. To us, windmill ceiling fans are a timeless icon representing an era of achievement in the face of hardship. Our parents and grandparents defined that era, and in so doing defined what it takes for this country to continue providing the freedoms and opportunities they themselves experienced. Finally, we believe that a handshake IS a contract, quality service means taking pride in what you do, and hard work is good for the soul.
We've spoken with so many people that still have their Mom or Dad's, Grandma or Grandpa's old windmill. It may still be up turning and pumping water, or it may have been sitting up there broken for years. Some of you have them stored in your barn. Whatever your situation, here's a way for the entire family to enjoy it for years to come.