Heated Ceiling Fans
Some ceiling fans are produced with an in-built heating element that can be controlled remotely. This type of ceiling fan is quick, easy and inexpensive to install as they don’t require a vent. When it’s cold the fan produces warm air, but can still be used when it’s warm by leaving the element switched off.
Choosing a Ceiling Fan
Finding the right ceiling fan for your home is relatively simple as they come in a range of styles and sizes that will suit any type of room in the home. Once installed it won’t be long before you notice just how useful and effective ceiling fans are. It’s worth noting that, to work efficiently ceiling fans need to be cleaned regularly to prevent a build-up of dust – you can get tips on how best to do this from our handy guide, just click here.
Where to Install Ceiling Fans
Ceiling fans work well in most rooms, but it makes most sense to have them in spaces where it is most difficult to control the temperature. Garden rooms and conservatories are obvious examples, however mounting one at the top of a staircase, particularly if it is an open staircase will help you get the most of the fan. And, of course, bedrooms benefit from ceiling fans as when the weather is hot, the fan will help you get a good night’s sleep.
Top tip: Look out for low energy ceiling fans and pair with low energy bulbs to save even more on your energy costs.
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