Maverick Two 3 Blade Ceiling Fan by Monte Carlo Fans. Flat white colored with Burnished Brass in burnished brass features 6 velocity motor using a Thirteen degree plates pitch. With a streamlined modern day silhouette, a DC engine and very vitality-performance. Public reaction to environmental threats has gone full circle. At first, we rightfully were outraged at heretofore unseen threats such as DDT. Today, consumers are deluged with many real and perceived threats, from fat and cholesterol in their diets to drunk drivers, unsafe products, stress, air pollution, lead, food additives, etc.

Maverick Two 3 Blade Ceiling Fan, Velocity Motor, Monte Carlo, Indoor Air Quality

Monte Carlo Maverick II 3 ceiling fan in Burnished Brass, Indoor Air Quality

Monte Carlo 3 Blade Fan
Burnished Brass
Maverick II

Monte Carlo Maverick II 3 Blade in Brushed Steel, Indoor Air Quality

Monte Carlo 3 Blade Fan
Brushed Steel
Maverick II

Monte Carlo Maverick II 3 in Matte Black, Indoor Air Quality

Monte Carlo 3 Blade Fan
Matte Black
Maverick II

Were we wrong on asbestos?

Asbestos is a known carcinogen that was used generously in many common everyday products, including some 3,000 that are found in most homes. The U.S. EPA estimates that 3,000-12,000 cancer cases a year can be traced to asbestos. It is still found in many older buildings in the form of ceiling tiles, floor tiles, pipe wraps, etc. No, we were not wrong to curb the use of this substance, but it is generally agreed that our actions on asbestos removal were perhaps an over-reaction.

Monte Carlo Maverick Max in Matte Black, Velocity motor

Monte Carlo 3 Blade Fan
Matte Black
Maverick Max

Monte Carlo Maverick Super Max in Brushed Steel, DC engine

Monte Carlo 3 Blade Fan
Brushed Steel
Maverick Super Max

Monte Carlo Maverick Super Max 3 Blade in Matte Black, DC engine

Monte Carlo 3 Blade Fan
Matte Black
Maverick Super Max

Energy Star Jovie Ceilng Fans by Monte Carlo, DC engine

Millions of dollars were spent in emergency funding to remove asbestos from buildings where it would probably would have done little or no harm.

Lawsuits continue to be filed to this day by people who once worked with asbestos. An Asbestos Victims Special Fund Trust in Philadelphia continues to pay out damages. Tens of millions of dollars have been paid so far in settlements. The statute of limitations on filing a lawsuit does not begin to run until a person is diagnosed with an asbestos-related disease or until they should have known they have an asbestos-related illness. It can take 20 years or more from the time one is exposed to the dust before the onset of symptoms of the disease.

Monte Carlo Jovie     Aged Pewter

Monte Carlo 3 Blade Fan
Ceiling Fan Aged Pewter
Jovie

Monte Carlo Jovie   Brushed Steel

Monte Carlo 3 Blade Fan
Ceiling Fan Brushed Steel
Jovie

Monte Carlo Jovie    Matte White

Monte Carlo 3 Blade Fan
Ceiling Fan Matte White
Jovie

Encapsulation of asbestos is an option in some cases. This means a coating or shielding material is placed over it to catch any stray fibers that might become airborne. In other cases, it is best to leave the material alone, and in place. The worst thing is to start in on a do-it-yourself asbestos-removal job. Vacuum cleaners only serve to push these fine particles into the air, where they can remain airborne for long periods of time. If asbestos must be removed, hire licensed, insured professionals who will use special tools and equipment to safely do the job