Use Your Ceiling Fan To Improve HVAC Performance

How can you increase your HVAC performance and make your home feel warmer
in the winter and cooler in the summer? Install ceiling fans.

In the summer, a ceiling fan can add a gentle breeze to a room. In the
winter, flip a small switch near the light on most ceiling fans to make
the blades spin clockwise instead of counterclockwise. This helps recirculate
lighter, warmer air that migrates upwards and pushes it back down to make
you more comfortable. Adding a ceiling fan can also:

Use Your Ceiling Fan To Improve HVAC PerformanceHow can you increase your HVAC performance and make your home feel warmer
in the winter and cooler in the summer? Install ceiling fans.

In the summer, a ceiling fan can add a gentle breeze to a room. In the
winter, flip a small switch near the light on most ceiling fans to make
the blades spin clockwise instead of counterclockwise. This helps recirculate
lighter, warmer air that migrates upwards and pushes it back down to make
you more comfortable. Adding a ceiling fan can also:

Lower Your Utility Bills

Ceiling fans won’t heat or cool your room. Instead, they create
a gentle breeze which helps you feel more comfortable while you’re
in the room. A gentle breeze can help you keep your thermostat higher
in the summer, reducing the use of an air conditioner while you’re
in the room. In winter, a ceiling fan pushes the warm air near the ceiling
back towards the walls, preventing the most heated part of your home to
be near the ceiling.

When you feel more comfortable, you can easily adjust your thermostat as
much as five degrees lower or higher, depending on the season. They will
pay for themselves in energy savings alone.

Prevent Stale Air

Your HVAC system is designed to heat and cool your home, as well as provide
ventilation to ensure your air supply is as clean as possible. Ceiling
fans continue to circulate the air, keeping dust, dirt, pollen and other
contaminants from accumulating throughout your home. As it forces it into
the air, it continues to circulate through your HVAC system, giving your
air filter another chance at filtering out the good from the bad. This
helps keep your home clean with less effort.

Gives Your Home More Value

Thinking of selling your home in the coming years? Ceiling fans can add
more value. Install them in the bedrooms and you’ll have a better
night sleep. With a light fixture attached to it, you’ll also have
filtered light without the additional need of a freestanding lamp. They
come in a variety of sizes, colors, and styles and can suit any decor.

Want to keep your HVAC equipment running as efficiently as possible? Consider
a home audit; we’ll help you discover the easiest ways to make your
home more comfortable and save money too.


Ceiling fans won’t heat or cool your room. Instead, they create
a gentle breeze which helps you feel more comfortable while you’re
in the room. A gentle breeze can help you keep your thermostat higher
in the summer, reducing the use of an air conditioner while you’re
in the room. In winter, a ceiling fan pushes the warm air near the ceiling
back towards the walls, preventing the most heated part of your home to
be near the ceiling.

When you feel more comfortable, you can easily adjust your thermostat as
much as five degrees lower or higher, depending on the season. They will
pay for themselves in energy savings alone.

Prevent Stale Air

Your HVAC system is designed to heat and cool your home, as well as provide
ventilation to ensure your air supply is as clean as possible. Ceiling
fans continue to circulate the air, keeping dust, dirt, pollen and other
contaminants from accumulating throughout your home. As it forces it into
the air, it continues to circulate through your HVAC system, giving your
air filter another chance at filtering out the good from the bad. This
helps keep your home clean with less effort.

Gives Your Home More Value

Thinking of selling your home in the coming years? Ceiling fans can add
more value. Install them in the bedrooms and you’ll have a better
night sleep. With a light fixture attached to it, you’ll also have
filtered light without the additional need of a freestanding lamp. They
come in a variety of sizes, colors, and styles and can suit any decor.

Want to keep your HVAC equipment running as efficiently as possible? Consider
a home audit; we’ll help you discover the easiest ways to make your
home more comfortable and save money too.

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