Ceiling Fans

Ceiling Fans

Choose a dimmer switch ceiling fan for cool comfort in your rooms. A ceiling fan will give you an easy and economic alternative to air conditioning. Ceiling fans are energy efficient and available in modern styles. For super efficiency try a ceiling fan with light fixture combination, perfect for smaller rooms. You can create a really attractive tropical look with high ceiling fans.

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How big of a fan do I need?

Ceiling fans are available in a range of different sizes. Fans that are too big or small for the room they’re in will look disproportionate and fail to adequately circulate cool air.

Small spaces, such as bedrooms, should have a fan with a blade span of 112-122cm. Average-sized rooms require a 52” or 132cm fan for best air circulation. Those with large and extra-large rooms may consider installing a fan that’s between 142 and 157cm wide.

What should I look for when buying a ceiling fan?

Ceiling fans are a saving grace around summertime, providing you with cool air at a reasonable cost. Here are the features you should be looking for when looking to purchase a ceiling fan:
-Functionality: The ideal fan will both provide an optimal level of cooling and do without too much noise.
-Design: A well-designed fan should compliment your home decor.
-Control: A good fan will have multiple speed settings and allow for control through a switch or remote.

What type of ceiling fan moves the most air?

The features of a ceiling fan work collectively to move and circulate air. Here are the three features that together generate optimal airflow:
-More blades: Five blades are typically better than three when it comes to air circulation, but only if the pitch and motor are also right.
-A strong motor: The faster the blades of a fan move, the more air is circulated.
-Steeper pitch: Pitch refers to the angle at which the fan’s blades are set. A steeper pitch means the blades are more openly angled, creating traction in the air.

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