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Using Ceiling Fans to Improve the Comfort of Your Room

Heat naturally rises. In the summer months, ceiling fans pull warm air up; in the winter, they push the warm air down. Ceiling fans can cool a room by creating a wind chill effect; it does not actually lower the room temperature, it makes the air FEEL cooler by increasing the evaporation of moisture on your skin. Running a ceiling fan in a room where the temperature is 80 degrees can make you feel as though the temperature is 72 degrees. Ceiling fans can also help heat a room by pushing warm air that is trapped near the ceiling back down into the room, thus warm air is circulating where it is needed, reducing the need for your heater to work.

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Adjusting Ceiling Fans for Summer and Winter

Your ceiling fan should be set to move in a counter clockwise direction during the summer months, and clockwise direction during the winter month.

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Energy Saving Benefits

When used correctly and in conjunction with your HVAC system, ceiling fans can noticeably lower your energy costs. Effective circulation can make a room feel cooler, thereby lowering air conditioning bills due to reduced demand on the cooling system.

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What to Consider When Choosing a Ceiling Fan

Choosing and installing a ceiling fan is a little more complicated than the do-it-yourself electrical project. Before you start the project, ask yourself the following questions:


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Types of Ceiling Fans

Ceiling fans are available in a variety of designs ranging from simple to confusing. Choosing the right ceiling fan for your room is more complex than picking one that looks nice. Aside from the range of typical features that a ceiling fan might have, you must also consider the size of the room as well as the height of the ceiling.

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Choosing the Right Type Ceiling Fan

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Choosing the Right Size Ceiling Fan

The size of a ceiling fan's blade span is the most important factor in choosing the right size ceiling fan. A fan that is too small or too big for your room may look out of place. Also, a fan that is too small will probably not move enough air and a fan that is too big might overpower the room. Manufacturers recommend the following guidelines:


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Nisat Electric's Licensed Master Electrician will make sure your ceiling fan is properly installed. We even offer flat rate prices!


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Ceiling Fan Guide

Ceiling fans can easily update and refresh the look of a room, and help make a home more comfortable during both hot and cold weather by circulating air. Ceiling fans are available in a wide range of sizes, colors and styles:



Choosing and installing a ceiling fan is a little more complicated than the do-it-yourself electrical project. As with any home improvement project, educate yourself before taking any action!