One of the simplest ways to retain diners is to ensure they're comfortable in your restaurant. Big Ass Fans gently and silently move air throughout dining rooms, regulating temperatures. Need versatile, ambience-boosting lighting? Try Haiku Light.
Theaters, convention centers, grand ballrooms, even small vestibules, all benefit from optimum airflow. Big Ass Fans adjust to provide the necessary airflow regardless of facility size or occupancy level, improving comfort while reducing heating expenses.
Big Ass Fans and Haiku Lights greet guests with gentle breezes and soft, luxurious light. Whether you need airflow and ambience in lobbies, ballrooms, suites, or bars, Big Ass and Haiku deliver products that maximize the value provided to patrons.
Improve the experience from hello to checkout with Big Ass Fans and Lights. Cooler customers are happier customers, and quality lighting improves the look of your store — and your products, too, bringing out hidden color and detail.
Summer afternoons at the ball park are a lot more comfortable with a Big Ass Fan. Even in large, non-conditioned stadiums, the massive air movement of a Big Ass Fan makes spectators and athletes feel cooler.
Studies show that comfortable workers are safer, happier and more productive — and the same goes for employees who are well-lit. Replace dozens of smaller fans and dim flourescent lights with Big Ass Fans and Lights. Your employees will thank you.
We're not here to steal the show; it just happens that way. With multiple fan solutions — ceiling-mounted, wall-mounted, or portable — Big Ass offers an intermission from uncomfortable temperatures.
With a variety of overhead, portable, oscillating, misting and directional fans, Big Ass has an airflow solution for even the most complex spaces. Big Ass Lights line of high-quality, corrosion-resistant LED lighting offers superior durability and brightness.
Perhaps divine intervention is taking it too far, but we like to think we're close. Big Ass Fans' silent airflow cools worshipers in summer and keeps them cozy in winter, too, by pushing down rising warm air in spaces with tall cathedral ceilings.