Fans are a crucial appliance that circulates air to help with ventilation and climate control in any home. They can add a gentle breeze to cool down any
summer day, or just help usher in some fresh air on a stuffy evening. In addition to their functionality, fans can add a design detail that complements any
space with clean finishes, tropical designs, or complementary wood tones. When picking out the perfect fan for your home, there are a few choices to choose
from in terms of installation: ceiling mounted, wall mounted, freestanding, and in-ceiling fans.
Ceiling fans are definitely the most popular of these options, and are a typical installation in most homes. Ceiling fans are hardwired into a home, are
frequently are controlled by a light switch. They can also feature an integrated ceiling light for a dual purpose fixture. There are also options of
outdoor ceiling fans (with or without lights), which can be great additions to patios or porches to help make even outdoor spaces more temperate in warmer
months. Additionally, if you are looking for the style and permanence of a ceiling mounted fan, but aren't sure if you have the headroom for it, wall
mounted fans are option that can help cool down any space, regardless of ceiling height.
Freestanding or portable fans are another popular option that are convenient because of how easy they are to relocate or direct. They come in a variety of
sizes to suit any sized space, ranging from small table top fans to large floor fans or tower fans. Not only can portable fans be useful and easily moved,
they can also include helpful features such as automatic oscillation, thermostat controls, and even timers to help them ventilate and cool most
In-ceiling fans are frequently more for ventilation than cooling, and are typically installed recessed into a bathroom ceiling. A bathroom fan can provide
air flow and help to minimize humidity, not only aiding in temperature control, but helping to protect bathrooms from mold or mildew.
How to Shop for A Ceiling Fan A ceiling fan is a simple addition to almost any room that can improve temperature control and energy savings while bringing a new touch of style to the space. Installation is easier than you think, especially if you’re replacing a ceiling light with a fan.
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