Ceiling Fan. Wednesday , December 13th , 2017 - 07:32:48 AM
Vaulted ceilings began as an architectural choice only in cathedrals or basilicas centuries ago. Because of the vaulted ceiling's capacity to visually and intangibly make a space bigger. They could be considered an optical illusion, of sorts…but one with profound effect throughout architectural history (architectural development and considerations of the vaulted ceiling located at Columbia University).
Most houses have a ceiling lamp i the dining room or in the living room because this is the room where all the family members gather and stay for a longer time than in the bedroom for example. And there is also need of some ventilation, especially in summer and especially in the places where the weather is really hot. So why not combine two needs and get only one device? This is the Artemis ceiling fan. It can be used both as a ceiling fan and as a ceiling hanging light and you can stop either function whenever you feel the need to.
If you only plan to use the ceiling during the summer, then you don't really have to worry about any restrictions. If, however, you plan to use it all year round, you need to get one with a reverse function. The bladed will rotate counter clockwise during summer to generate cold air and clockwise during winter to push the warm air downwards.
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