How To Pick Out The Right Ceiling Fan

by Emmanuel A. affiliate marketer

Ceiling fans can be a great way to cool down your home throughout the summer. Most ceiling fans have a variety of settings that make them customizable for the needs of you and your family. Ceiling fans can even help during winter and which they are able to reduce heating costs and help keep your home warm and comfortable. Ceiling fans have dual settings, in which they either blow air upwards or downwards.

Tips for Picking the Right Fan

In the winter, you can set your fan so that it pushes heat towards the floor, helping to disperse the heat throughout your home. Then, when summer rolls around, you can change the fan to rotate the other way and push cool air from the bottom of the room towards the top. This keeps your home circulated and cool, without costing you extra or raising your energy bills.

Ceiling fans can help make your room feel much cooler than it actually is. Even better, most ceiling fans do not cost very much to purchase or even install. A lot of ceiling fans in today's market are artistically designed, making them decorative statements that make great additions to any room in your home. You can even install a ceiling fan outside in your patio or other exterior areas. This being said, how do you know which ceiling fan is the right one for your home? Keep reading to find out tips and tricks on how you can save money when investing in a new ceiling fan.

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Ceiling Fan

Choosing the Correct Ceiling Fan

There are many factors to consider when choosing the right ceiling fan for your home. For many people price is the most important factor. Fortunately ceiling fans come in a wide range of prices, making it easier to find one that will fit your budget.

After you have determined the price range for your new fan, you will want to choose one that is appropriately scaled to the room that the fan will be installed in. Installing a fan with large blades in a small area is counterproductive and not energy efficient. It will also look strange and disproportional.

Another important factor that correlates to the size of the fan, is the height of the room. Some homes have very low ceilings, making it difficult to install a fan because the blades can become a hazard for taller people as they walk through room. Rule of thumb: only consider installing fans in rooms that have a ceiling height of 8 feet or more.

The final factor that many homeowners consider when installing a new ceiling fan is design. With all the ceiling fans available on the market today, we suggest you shop around and look for a fan that complements the rooms color and style.

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Ceiling Fan

Installation of Your New Fan(s)

The final step when purchasing a new ceiling fan is the installation. Fortunately, there is not a lot of skill required to properly install a ceiling fan. It does require some electrical work, but many makes and models come with detailed instructions that enable the average homeowner to install their own fan.

First and foremost, make sure that the power to the room and fan is shut off before you start any work. You want to avoid any hazards, such as an electrical shock, which can threaten the safety of anyone in the room. We suggest that you always have someone assist you with this project. Fan installation requires you to hold the motor and blades while connecting any electrical work. This process is 
much easier and safer with another person.

Many homeowners do not feel comfortable installing their own ceiling fan, or they find that the process is more difficult than they anticipated. If you find yourself in this position, don't sweat it! Simply call a professional technician or electrician, such as your friends at ACE, to assist you in the installation process. Hiring a professional can ensure that the job is done quickly and correctly.

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Ceiling Fan

Reaping the Benefits

After you have properly installed your new ceiling fan, it's time to reap the benefits. Ceiling fans can help lower cooling and heating costs, provide reliable air circulation, and improve your energy efficiency. In most cases, the fan will pay for itself within a year or so. Ceiling fans ensure comfort and can make great accents to any room. With all these great benefits, what is there not to be a fan of?
Ceiling fans are a vital aspect of keeping Phoenix homes cool during the height of the summer heat, according to ACE Home Services - HVAC contractor company service the Valley of the Sun. To learn more about ACE, and to read reviews, please visit Facebook.

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Determining what type of ceiling fan you should add to your room of choice can seem like a surprisingly complex decision when you are first starting out. You need to consider the dimensions of your room, the size of the fan, airflow and CFM, the length of its blades, how many blades, their materials, and more.
Mar 22nd 2019 08:27   
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