Ceiling Fan Installation
When you add ceiling fans to rooms, you are saving energy for the whole house. While in the summer, when you run your ceiling fan, it creates a wind that cools off your skin. If you run it counter-clockwise, avoids pulling the warm air from the ceiling down. It can affect the temperature of the occupants by a couple of degrees. You get this cooling effect for a lower price than you would with a window unit air conditioner or an air conditioning system.
the benefits of ceiling fans
Most ceiling fans are equipped with a light fixture. If your ceiling fan doesn’t have a fixture, a Spark Pro electrician can most likely upgrade you to one that does. This is great to illuminate your room with an overhead light.
In both the summer and the winter, you are able to use ceiling fans to circulate the proper air throughout the room it is installed in. This will allow you to adjust the temperature in the room to save money. In the winter, when the heat is on, the air rises to the ceiling. A ceiling fan in reverse will pull it down and spread it throughout the space.
NO STALE ROOMS
You don’t have to worry about stale rooms or rooms becoming too damp if you have a ceiling fan. The conditioned air that is circulated prevents this from happening.
Ceiling fans are more than practical; they are a visual aspect of a home that can match themes and décor. You can even have a smaller ceiling fan installed in larger sized bathrooms for decoration and use. If you choose the proper ceiling fan, it will draw attention to itself and showcase the room better making it look bigger.