Ceiling Fan. Wednesday , December 13th , 2017 - 07:29:19 AM
On days that are cold (or hot, in summertime), the larger spaces created by vaulted ceilings require more energy to heat (or cool down). This decrease in energy efficiency can be considered a waste and unnecessarily expensive, because no one really “uses” that extra air up there.
There are several options to explore here. You can either have a fan with a pull chain switch, probably the most common and popular type, a fan that has a wall-mounted control system or one which comes with a remote.
Look around and see which style best describes the décor of the area where you'd like to put the ceiling fan. This will help you pick a style for your fan. Perhaps something more rustic would look better in your traditional room or something fun would in the kids' room.
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