The Gaia Retreat & Spa, in the hills of New South Wales, wanted to combine top-of-the-line comfort for its guests with energy efficient cooling. Air con alone was noisy and expensive, so co-owners Olivia Newton-John and Gregg Caves turned to Haiku fans.
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Luxury carmaker Aston Martin turned to Big Ass Solutions to solve two problems at its Washington, D.C., dealership: an old HVAC system that couldn’t handle temperature extremes, and dim lighting. Two Powerfoil®X2.0 fans and 50 Big Ass LED fixtures provided the perfect tune-up.
Stifling conditions and poor lighting at BlueScope Buildings’ North Carolina facility led the plant manager to Big Ass Fans. It wasn’t long before four 18-ft (5.5m) Powerfoils and numerous high-bay LED fixtures from Big Ass Light were installed, alleviating the problems.
The inefficient metal halide lights at American Airlines’ Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) hangar didn’t put out enough light for the massive space, and required constant maintenance. With the hangar’s high ceilings, replacing light bulbs was costly, cumbersome and time-consuming. Managers knew they needed a lighting product change that would provide more light for less cost.
The tropical climate of Cairns made Gilligan’s Backpackers and its customers uncomfortably hot, and air con alone wasn’t cutting it. After installing Big Ass Fans® indoors and out, the improved air movement has led to happier customers and lower energy costs.
After its first location struggled with humid, uncomfortable air, Lexington-based CrossFit Maximus knew its second location needed fans. Big Ass Solutions® worked with CrossFit Maximus to keep the space cool, bright and energetic with LED lights and four Powerfoil®X2.0 fans.
Mount Alvernia College needed a natural and innovative way to increase comfort in their learning spaces without the use of air con. For powerful air movement with a simple look, they turned to Haiku® by Big Ass Fans®.
Passionate about preserving its surrounding island environment, Bedarra Island Resort made the decision to ditch its inefficient diesel-run operation in favor of a more sustainable system. The resort installed 44 Haiku® fans to improve visitor comfort and enhance the overall guest experience.
Customer complaints of stagnant air led Anytime Fitness Hamilton to blast more air conditioning but then power bills spiked. So the fitness center installed three Big Ass Fans. The result: happy customers and 20 percent savings on utility bills.
Eade Fitness 24/7 needed an energy-efficient way to keep members focused and comfortable in its new 2000-sq-ft (186-sq-m) free weight area. Portable fans used too much energy, provided too little airflow, and created dangerous tripping hazards.
Climate control improvements were at the top of the to-do list when Monterey Road Elementary School completed a multimillion-dollar upgrade. The school chose to install two 60-inch (1.5-m) Haiku® fans in each classroom, 32 in total, bringing the school’s comfort level into the 21st century.
Wall-mounted heaters at Seifert MTM Systems in Rhode Island were positioned near the ceiling, sending hot air right to the roof and leaving workers on the ground out in the cold. A 24-ft (7.3-m) Powerfoil®X fan helps send the heat where it is actually needed.
Shaping steel into lifesaving medical equipment requires a fair bit of heat, which left machinists at Engineered Medical Systems in Memphis stuck working in pockets of hot air. Three Powerfoil®X2.0 fans from Big Ass Fans prevented a $100,000-plus A/C retrofit and help employees feel cooler.
To adhere to a strict energy budget at the Bullitt Center—hailed as the world’s greenest office building—tenants turned to extremely efficient products such as the Haiku® ceiling fan. Haiku fans, in sustainable Moso bamboo, work silently with other green features to keep the office comfortable while saving energy.
Hoist Fitness Systems, which produces strength training and indoor cycling products, needed to keep its hot assembly area and showroom/workout facility cool. Custom-painted Essence® fans keep the spaces cool and comfortable for just pennies per hour.
Mellow Mushroom needed a way to cool down its patio in Atlanta, and four small, conventional ceiling fans weren’t doing the job. A custom-painted 12-ft (3.6-m) Essence® fan makes a serious statement on the patio, moving slowly to create a cooling breeze that won’t blow away napkins, bills or menus.
Dondelinger Chevrolet struggled to keep customers warm in Baxter, Minnesota, where January temps average -4°F (-20°C). A 12-ft (3.6-m) Essence® by Big Ass Fans® helps circulate warm air, keeping the showroom toasty warm even on ridiculously cold days.
Heavy machinery technicians at Luck Stone Corporation heated their shop with propane and recycled oil, but the hot air went straight to the facility’s 30-ft (9.1-m) ceiling. A 20-ft (6-m) Powerfoil® brings all that warmth back down to earth.
To keep horses comfortable as they prepared for or recovered from surgery, a Lexington equine health clinic installed a 12-ft (3.7-m) Powerfoil®X fan in its barn. The fan creates a breeze throughout the barn, improving air quality, and helping horses and humans stay cool all summer long.
The world’s first LEED Platinum® aviation hangar looked to Big Ass Fans® not only to keep temperatures consistent, but also to keep birds out of the building. Seven 24-ft (7.3-m) Powerfoil®Plus fans increased air circulation, making the hangar feel 10 to 20°F (5.5 to 11.1°C) cooler while discouraging airborne pests.
Large translucent panels allowed daylight to heat up the maintenance shop at Walter P. Rawl & Sons, making it difficult to keep comfortable in the summer, and high ceilings trapped heat in the winter. Two 20-ft (6.1-m) Powerfoil®X fans now keep the space comfortable all year.
Auto technicians at Greenwood Ford Lincoln of Bowling Green, Kentucky, were using portable lights to see under the hoods of the cars they were repairing. Big Ass Solutions® installed 104 super-bright Big Ass Light™ LED fixtures. So long, flashlights. Hello lasting illumination.
When Custom Vinyl Products Inc. moved into a new, larger facility, they needed more air circulation, but didn’t want to install expensive ductwork. Three 18-ft (5.4-m) diameter Powerfoil®X fans provide air circulation for all while contributing to lower gas bills.
When the Gulfport, Mississippi, fire station was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina, architects redesigned it with energy efficiency in mind. A Big Ass Fan® helps regulate temperatures and keeps energy costs low, all while ridding the building of exhaust fumes.
Constantly-opening hangar doors made it hard to regulate temperatures at the Kentucky National Guard aircraft maintenance hangar. A Powerfoil®X2.0 increases airflow, improving summer comfort and making the heating system more efficient in the winter.
With 300 soccer teams competing in the facility year round, Kentucky Indoor Soccer and Sports struggled to keep players and spectators comfortable. Two 24-ft (7.3-m) Powerfoil®X fans make the winter months more comfortable by pushing down warm air from the ceiling, and create cooling breezes in the summer.
Jack Henry & Associates installed Big Ass Fans in two hangars. The fans made an immediate difference. In the winter, the fans pushed warm air from the radiant heaters down, so the heat made it to the floor in just a couple minutes, rather than an hour. On an 85°F (29°C) day in the summer, the breeze from the fans meant technicians could work comfortably despite the heat.
The Nebraska State Fair Board needed a way to efficiently improve indoor air quality and comfort for both two- and four-legged fair visitors. Big Ass Fans® have improved indoor conditions so much that the fair is now “signing up shows faster than [it] can accommodate.”
Three Bears Farm needed better air movement when it upgraded its facility with a new indoor riding arena and an updated barn. Six Powerfoil®X fans, ranging from 12 feet (3.7 m) to 24 feet (7.3 m) in diameter, keep horses and riders cool even in hot, humid Georgia summers.