Temperatures don’t change when using a ceiling fan. It just makes the air go around. Perspiration will evaporate quicker and help the body have its natural cooling system in the summer with the help of a fan. On winters, the hot air from heating systems can spread more with the help of a fan. The air that usually rises will then stay down and the cold air will go up, providing additional heat for people in winter.
Usually, ceiling fans have an on and off option. Now, fans have different fixtures.
- Different speed options
- Remote controls
- Built-in lighting
- Temperature change response system
Make sure that all the different accessories of your fan are there. Also, spare a thought if your ceiling could actually support your fan. It is best to ask an expert.
The air will seem cooler that it is. You can have your AC unit running at higher temperatures and have your fan run as well. It will still give you that cool atmosphere while saving a ton of money on your electric bill. In the winter, you can do the same with the thermostat. Have the thermostat on a cooler temperature and turn on the fan and you have a warm air circulating the room. Also, check your appliances for the “Energy Star” logo. It certifies that your appliance is energy efficient and can save you almost 25USD a year.