CEILING SWEEP FANS

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Ceiling fans are a simple and effective way to cool the home in summer. While ceiling fans aren’t as effective as air conditioners, it’s amazing how much the airflow can help, and how efficient they are. The table details the approximate cost of running a typical ceiling fan.
FAN SPEED
POWER
HOURLY RUNNING COST
NIGHTLY COST (8 HOURS)
3 (low)
5 Watts
0.15 cents
1.2 cents
2 (medium)
18 Watts
0.5 cents
4 cents
1 (high)
45 Watts
1.3 cents
10.4 cents
Tip: In winter, when you have the heater on, the warm air often rises to the ceiling. Change the setting of your fan from Summer to Winter mode (via a switch above the blades). This will make the fan turn in the reverse direction, pushing air upwards. The warm air (produced by your heater) will be forced from the ceiling, down the walls, to you! We can help you with the replacement to installation of new ceiling sweep fans.