Why Each Room Needs a Ceiling Fan
The ceiling fan is the most underrated piece of equipment and decor in your home. Some homes have one or two, while others that have been recently remodeled or built don’t even have a single one. Not only should your home have ceiling fans, but each room should be equipped with one.
Air Circulation Each ceiling fan will have a switch where you can adjust the direction that it will rotate. In the winter, flip the switch so it will spin in a clockwise direction. This will pull the warm air up to help evenly heat the room. In the summer, flip the switch so it will spin in a counterclockwise direction. This will blow the cool air downwards to help cool off everyone in the room. The use of a ceiling fan will also allow you to adjust the thermostat to help you save money each season.
Classic & Timeless Ceiling fans have been around for a very long time and can be installed in pretty much every room. You can find one in almost any color, material, and style to match or compliment the room that it’s in. If your home has a covered porch, install a ceiling fan to mimic a classic look while also staying cool on the warmer days.
Let There Be Light Not every room has enough space to place a lamp in the corner or on top of a table. Instead, you can opt to install a ceiling fan with centered lights. The lights are centered to prevent the moving fan from creating a strobing effect, allowing you to enjoy circulated air and a brighter room. You can choose from a wide array of light fixtures that range in size and quantity of bulbs.
Ceiling fans offer a long list of benefits that will help improve the look of the room as well as the circulation of the air. When you decide to add more ceiling fans to your home, contact the electricians at Lancaster Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical to install the wiring. To learn more, or to schedule an appointment, give us a call at (717) 207-8198.
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