Running ceiling fans summer time & winter

I recently installed ceiling fans throughout my house.

There are a nearly endless selection of sizes & styles of ceiling fans on the market. I was able to choose models that complement the decor, include an LED light & operate by way of a cordless remote. The ceiling fans feature a switch at the base that allows me to change the direction of the fan blades. While it’s simple to overlook this function, the direction of the fan makes a immense difference to the temperature & comfort of the room. It can help to significantly trim heating & cooling costs… Living in an part with chilly cold winters & hot & humid summers, heating & cooling are essential & costly. I’m always searching for current & better ways to reduce the workload of the boiler & a/c. Temperature control accounts for about half of the home energy use. Although I’ve invested into a high-efficiency a/c, it uses around 3,500 watts of power whenever it runs. Ceiling fans run on 50 watts of power. While I can’t avoid running the a/c on especially hot & muggy nights & nights, the ceiling fans help out. I set them to spin counterclockwise over the summer. This works to push air downward & create a cool breeze. Operating the fan keeps the room’s temperature consistent & allows for higher temperature control settings. It’s pressing that the angles of the fan blades are adjusted to a minimum of twelve degrees to maximize cooling potential. In the winter, I switch the ceiling fan to rotate clockwise at low speed. Warm air naturally rises, & it is simple for the heat to get trapped up by the ceiling. The fan creates a gentle updraft & redistributes the heat. Operating the ceiling fans saves around 15% on my winter heating bills.

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