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Ceiling Fans Save Energy & Money - Keys Energy Service

A quick look at how ceiling fans can save you money on your energy bill, and what to consider when purchasing one to make sure you still stay cooler while also saving energy!

A quick look at how ceiling fans can save you money on your energy bill, and what to consider when purchasing one to make sure you still stay cooler while also saving energy!
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What would Florida life be without ceiling fans? Hotter! He's right fans are for cutting your air conditioning bill. The reason is wind chill, indoor wind chill. When air is blowing over your skin you feel cooler. That means you can set your thermostat higher. Just 2 degrees to 80 and you'll use 12 percent less energy, but always remember to turn your fans off when you leave the room, they cool people, not air. Fans often have light fixtures which I really like. If you buy an energy star qualified model, your wallet likes it too. An energy star fan-light combination using compact florescence is 15-percent more efficient than standard models. If your fan came with a regular incandescent bulbs, switch them to CFL's, much wiser, just as bright. Now choosing and installing, which means a trip to your home improvement store. Oh, getting excited are we? The room's square footage determines the size of the fan, the length of the blades. Measure the room at energystar.gov or at the store look up the right sized fan for your space. Too big, or too small is inefficient. Place a fan in the middle of the room. There should be at least 7 feet from the floor to the bottom of the light, but 8 or 9 feet is better. You have different ceiling mount options depending on the room size. Flush to the ceiling or hanging from a rod, short or long. There a mount for slopped ceilings too. the important thing is that the electrical box, the wiring, is UL listed for fans and is attached to a ceiling joist, fans can weigh 50 pounds. Hey you forgot my part! Holding 50 pounds over your head? Choosing the fan! You're not the only one who goes shopping! Fans come in many great styles, then wether you're installing it yourself or hiring someone be sure to follow instructions and comply with electric code requirements. Here is our ceiling fan message in three three S's: energy style, energy star, style, energy savings

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