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Boasting one of the largest ranges of designer fans in Sydney, Go Lights Ceiling Fans is the go-to company
for cheap, efficient fans. To start making huge savings, visit their website or call them today on (02) 90011 7903!
Energy Saving Fans Bondi
Need to create some cool breeze on a hot, still day?
Need to move the air-conditioned air more effectively around your house?
Look no further than Go Lights Ceiling Fans, a competitive online retailer providing fans and accompanying
expert advice to homes and businesses in Greater Sydney.
Timber Fans Chatswood
Not sure which fan is for you?
Get in touch with the expert electricians and decorators standing by at the Go Lights Ceiling Fans free phone
consultation service, who will equip you with the knowledge to make the right choice for you.
Indoor Fans Marrickville
Go Lights Ceiling Fans stock fans from major brands such as Fanco, Hunter, Arlec, ANL, UGE and Heller which
deliver high performance and powerful operation every time.
Whether you’re after sleek, modern stainless steel ceiling fans, as well as fans with made with high-quality
timber with an air of sophistication, Go Ceiling Fans has the fan for you, in a variety of colours.
Modern Designer Fans Ryde
Ceiling fans use very little energy when compared to air-conditioning.
They’re a great way to keep cool in the summer months, as well as to keep warm in winter.
Simply set the fan to reverse in winter, which pushes warm air that rises throughout the room. Save money
and be environmentally friendly!
Pedestal Fans Parramatta
As well as ceiling fans, Go Lights Ceiling Fans also offer:
- Wall Fans
- Pedestal Fans
- Exhaust Fans
- Fan Rods
Go Lights also has a wide array of:
Go Lights also offers exclusive trade pricing, with up to 50% off including bulk buys! This offer is open to
electricians, designers, builders and more. Find out more by getting in touch with Go Lights here.
Exhaust Fans Strathfield
Whether you need a standalone fan, something to aid the air-conditioned air, or to remove excess steam and
smoke from your kitchen or bathroom areas, Go Lights Ceilings Fans offers some of the most competitively-
priced fans on the market.
To find out more, visit their website or call (02) 90011 7903, and speak to the experts at Go Lights Ceilings Fans today.
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“I bought 2 fans that were $99 each that were reduced from $170. Bargain!”
“I grabbed some ceiling fans and a wall mounted fan for the offices of my small business. We've managed to keep the aircon off on a lot of days and only turn it on on the really hot ones. I predict we'll be saving a lot on the energy bills! ”
“I called Go Lights on their help line and they helped me choose a ceiling fan and standing steel fan from their massive catalog. Thanks for the help Go Lights, I wouldn't have known what to pick myself!”
“I bought some awesome wooden ceiling fans, which I've never had before. They work really effectively in winter and in summer! You just have to hit the reverse button on the fan in winter.”
“I bought 4 ceiling fans for the bedrooms in our house. They were a good price and work well thanks guys. ”
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“Very efficient and reliable after sales, delighted with all transactions, the machinery has always been of highest quality.
“Great quality industrial fans, they do a fantastic job of keeping my family-owned company's warehouse cool in the Western Sydney summer heat. Customers often remark what a relief it is to enter the warehouse and get away from the sun. All thanks go to Fanmaster :)”
Ciaran Dwyer on 5th Jul 2014
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