Faqs

  • I need help selecting a chandelier. What do I do?
    We can assist you. Come by the showroom or send us an e-mail with a detailed description of what you are looking for and in what color. We will do our best in selecting choices for you. ( A little tidbit: For a dining room chandelier, add the length of the room to the width of the room. This will give you a rough idea of the diameter of the chandelier. For example: a 10' x 15' room would use a 25' diameter chandelier.)

  • How do I purchase a replacement shade or glass?
    Contact the company where you purchased it. If they do not keep it in stock, usually they can special order it for you.

  • What size downrod do I need for my ceiling fan?
    Typically ceiling fans hang 7 ft. from the floor. If you subtract 1 ft. for the blade and housing, the remaining measurement to the ceiling should equal the measurement of the downrod. For example: 13 ft. (ceiling) – 7 ft. = 6 ft. –1 ft. = 5 ft. downrod

  • I have a sloped ceiling. Will my fan hang straight?
    A sloped ceiling adapter can usually be purchased so that the fan will hang straight.

  • What is the difference between a standard and a handicap height commode?
    Standard height commodes are approx. 15". Handicap height commodes are approx. 17". These measurements may vary depending on the make of commode.

  • What is the difference between a mini-widespread and a widespread faucet?
    The measurement from the middle of one handle to the middle of the other in a mini-widespread is 4". The measurement in a widespread is 8".

  • What is the difference between a whirlpool and an air jet system?
    A whirlpool system works by forceful movement of water through the power jets. An air jet works by air injection only, injecting air through the system's channels. Both offer a customizable massage and invigorate the body.

  • What is the difference between acrylic and gelcoat fiberglass?
    Acrylic is a sheet of material that is heated and vacuum-formed into a mold, then reinforced with fiberglass for added stability and insulation value. Gelcoat fiberglass is a polyester resin sprayed into a mold, then reinforced with fiberglass. It is more porous and brittle than acrylic.

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