Energy Savings with your Ceiling Fan
  Save money and be comfortable all year long!
Once you experience the energy efficient cooling power of a ceiling fan,
you won't want to live without one.

Ceiling fans have become more technologically advanced and are an important part of creating the perfect home décor. They are a great source of energy efficient climate control; spring, summer, fall and winter.

In the summer months, a ceiling fan cools a room up to seven degrees by creating a "wind chill" effect. And for those hot, humid days of summer, there’s nothing more wonderful than a cool breeze.

In the winter months, run your fan in reverse to recirculate the hot air trapped near the ceiling. And by setting your thermostat lower, you’ll save on heating costs as the fan provides even, comfortable temperatures throughout the room.

Ceiling fans can be used in all of the main rooms in your home, patios, verandas, kitchens and bathrooms.

   

  Ceiling fans that turn heads
Energy Star® qualified ceiling fans circulate air up to 20% more efficiently than conventional models, so they move more air while using less electricity. In summer, setting the fan to turn counter-clockwise will keep air moving throughout the room. In winter, the clockwise setting (and a low speed) will pull warm air back down from the ceiling. As a result of the increased comfort level, you’ll be able to keep your thermostat at a higher setting in summer and a lower one in winter, saving you energy and money. In addition, a ceiling fan that uses an Energy Star® qualified light kit can further improve your energy savings by about 30% –for a total savings of about 50%

Reduce your energy bill
Due to the rising energy costs of cooling and heating your home, this is the perfect time to experience the benefits of owning a ceiling fan. Installing a ceiling fan(s) in your home makes perfect sense because it improves your heating and cooling systems efficiency. You will drastically save on your energy bill up to 40% in the summer and 10% in the winter, using only as much as energy as a 100 watt light bulb. Either way, you conserve valuable energy, making a ceiling fan a wise investment for you and the environment.

A ceiling fan can pay for itself very quickly. According to statistics, it costs only a penny an hour to run a ceiling fan versus 43¢ an hour to run a central air conditioner; or 16¢ an hour to run a room air conditioner. You save money every day you use a ceiling fan - 365 days a year.