Big Ass Fans expands into South and Southeast Asia

United States-based Big Ass Fans, the world’s largest manufacturer of energy efficient fans, continues to expand globally and is now better serving the South and Southeast Asia markets via its Singapore subsidiary.

Big Ass Fans Singapore brings a green building technology that works to the region, where sub-tropical climates help drive demand for energy efficient means of cooling.

Big Ass Fans Singapore is offering a wide range of fan products to the region from large diameter High Volume Low Speed (HVLS) fans to the popular Haiku ceiling fan, Energy Star rated as the world’s most efficient ceiling fan.

Big Ass Fans product range covers any space from residential and commercial to industrial and agricultural applications, and allows for the elimination or reduction of air conditioning, thus providing real energy savings without reducing comfort.

Big Ass Fans are not simply a means for a more comfortable and sustainable living, but the residential and commercial fans are also designed to enhance the overall design of the spaces where they are installed.

Case in point, the Haiku ceiling fan has won dozens of international design awards to include red dot and most recently a Design for Asia award. With sleek, modern designs, it is no wonder why leading designers and architects have a strong preference for specifying Big Ass Fans.

About Big Ass Fans

Big Ass Fans designs and engineers contemporary 1.3 to 7.3m diameter fans that use an energy-efficient motor to generate air movement, providing occupant comfort and energy savings year round. More than 100,000 Big Ass Fans have been installed to over 125 countries worldwide in applications such as industrial plants, dairy barns, hangars, schools, lofts, health clubs, and homes. For more information on Big Ass Fans, visit www.BigAssFans.com or call +65 6709 8500.

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