Ceiling fans cut down heating costs

Last December, I climbed up on a ladder in the home office to update a bulb in the overhead light fixture! I right away began to sweat, and the difference in temperature from floor level to up near the ceiling was significant. This proved that the hot air from the boiler was rising straight up to the ceiling & only falling back down once it cooled off… Because of this, higher thermostat settings were necessary. The boiler was forced to run longer & more often, resulting in greater energy consumption, accelerated wear & tear & higher daily bills. I was not cheerful about the idea of paying seriously high-priced utility bills in order to heat the ceiling. I needed to figure out a way to push the heat down toward the floor. With a little research, I came across ceiling fans. They are available in a wide variety of sizes, styles & prices. There are seriously current ceiling fans with premium fan motors & higher blade pitch that can transport a wonderful deal of air effectively. There are some entirely charming options, & my partner & I were able to handle DIY replacement. I invested into ceiling fans for all the main living spaces, including our dining rooms! My pal and I set the ceiling fan to spin counterclockwise during Summer to create a cooling effect. My pal and I reverse the direction in the winter months & run the fan on a slower speed to distribute heat more effectively throughout the room. I’ve seen nearly a fifteen percent reduction on our daily heating costs & the home feels more comfortable.

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