Pun intended ceiling fans are one cool invention.
During the hot summer months, they help circulate the cold air in your home. During the cold months of winter, they save you on heating costs.
None of these benefits are possible if you don’t use them correctly. In today’s lesson, things we didn’t know. You’re going to be amazed by the fact that ceiling fans change directions.
The look of ceiling fans is not up to date. You will be a fan of them after you learn about the benefits.
If you accidentally set the fire alarm off when cooking, a ceiling fan can help blow away the smells.
According to Real Simple, you want the ceiling fan to turn clockwise in order to do this.
To help smoke leave the house, open the windows.
During the summer months, this benefit is a big help. A ceiling fan is a natural way to repel mosquitoes.
You can run your ceiling fan clockwise to keep mosquitos away.
It’s not the only benefit during the Summer months.
If you’re using the ceiling fan correctly, it will save you a lot of time from the heat.
There is a simple trick to get the ceiling fan to work properly.
In the summer, the direction of your ceiling fan should be changed.
The downdraft will push cooler air from the AC down toward you. It will save you a lot of money on energy costs in the summer since the AC won’t have to work as hard. The ceiling fan will circulate the cold air.
Turn off the ceiling fan when you’re not in the house to save on power.
It’s time to learn how to change the direction of your ceiling fan since you probably didn’t know. Note: There are different instructions for the model.
You can use a remote or app to change the direction of the ceiling fans.
The switch is on the side of the fan. Make sure the fan is turned off before touching it.
There are more surprises.
The right angle of the ceiling fan blades is important. They should be set to a minimum of 12 degrees.
It is possible to adjust them larger than 12 degrees, but anything above 16 may cause objects to blow around.
You should be using your ceiling fan in the winter.
Warming air is kept down by reversing the direction of the fan.
The level where people are gathering is set by this. What direction should the fan go?
In a clockwise direction.
If you run the ceiling fan clockwise at a low speed, the warmer air will come back to you.
During the cold months, heating costs can quickly add up.
You should be able to reduce your heating bill by up to 15 percent if you do this consistently.
If you don’t already have a ceiling fan, you’re probably going to want one.
There are a few things to know if that is the case. Ceiling fans can only be used in rooms with eight-foot ceilings or higher. Bob Villa says this is important for safety.
You want your blades to hang 10 to 12 inches below the ceiling.
If you can change the direction of the ceiling fan depending on the season, you will be well on your way to a happy home.