Ceiling fans seem to be more and more irrelevant since the advent of the air conditioner. On this side of the 21st century, is there really any point in getting a ceiling fan for your home? Home fixtures specialist Livecopper believes there are two primary reasons why you should still get a ceiling fan, whether you have an air conditioner or not.
Ceiling fans help reduce your energy bill. They typically only use about 40 to 100W of electricity; this is similar to the old carbon filament light bulbs. During winter, ceiling fans help circulate the airflow so wall-mounted heaters don’t have to work as hard.
But I have an air conditioner …
If you have an air conditioner, you may ask why you need to invest in a ceiling fan as well. Ceiling fans improve the circulation of air-conditioned rooms in summer, and this means the air conditioner doesn’t have to work as hard.
Ceiling fans look great and are a stylish complement to a room’s design. They can serve as a bonding agent, creating cohesion between all the elements in the room. Click here to find out more about what you should consider when buying a ceiling fan.
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