Did you know that a ceiling fan can lower the temperature in a room by as much as 4 degrees? This is just one of the many great reasons for buying a ceiling fan. We're here to talk about three different kinds of ceiling fans, and why they might be smart purchases for your home.
Indoor ceiling fans
Indoor ceiling fans have been around for over 100 years, but these days many people choose to install air conditioning instead of a ceiling fan. Why not have both? The presence of a ceiling fan can significantly reduce your energy bill. Not only does it make turning on the air conditioner unnecessary in some situations, but when the air conditioner is on a ceiling fan is able to improve its efficiency. By circulating the cool air faster, your air conditioner won't have to work as hard and you'll save big on electricity bills while helping the environment at the same time. Unlike standing fans or table top fans, a ceiling fan becomes a part of the room's decor and doesn't present a tripping hazard with wires or take up valuable space.
Outdoor ceiling fans
Outdoor ceiling fans are perfect for an outdoor room or patio. One of their main benefits is their ability to discourage flying insects - pests like mosquitos and flies dislike flying in a breeze and tend to stay away, allowing you to enjoy the outdoors in peace. On a sticky hot day, an outdoor ceiling fan can help keep you cool so that you can relax comfortably and still get some fresh air at the same time. Of course, outdoor ceiling fans are made out of durable material that ensures they are not damaged by weather conditions and will last a long time.
Bathroom exhaust fans
Bathroom exhaust fans have a very different set of benefits from other ceiling fans. The main purpose of exhaust fans is to combat excess moisture caused by high humidity. This excess moisture can cause huge problems in your home if it is not dealt with. Steam from hot water can lead to mould and mildew if a room is not ventilated properly. Even if your bathroom has a window an exhaust fan has the ability to significantly improve ventilation. Of course, steam and moisture can be a problem in other rooms of the house as well. Exhaust fans are for more than just the bathroom - you can experience their benefits in laundry rooms and kitchens as well, which face many of the same problems.
These days you'll find ceiling fans online with plenty of extras that make use of new technology, like increased efficiency and air flow, better controls and blade design, and quieter motors. Discover the benefits of ceiling fans for yourself and purchase one today!
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