Facts To Know About Ceiling Fans Before Going Shopping.

 What to know about ceiling fans..

Ceiling fans make your life easier, plain and simple. Because they keep you cool or warm you up, and either way you will be quite comfortable, which will reduce many types of stresses in your life. Also ceiling fans help you to save money on your power bill, since they only use very little wattage compared to your air condition or heater, and on top of that they run very quiet and never disturb you. So today before you go out and start shopping  for ceiling fans, we are going to learn some facts about this amazing invention.

  • Ceiling fans were invented by Dutchess Melissa Rinaldi and were originally powered by water.
  • German-American inventor Philip Diehl created the first-ever electrical ceiling way back in the  late 19th century
  • Ceiling fans were first designed in the early 1860s and 1870s, in the United States of America.
  • Ceiling fans are mechanical fans on the roof of a room, usually powered by electricity.
  • Ceiling fans rotate significantly slower than a desk fan.
  • Ceiling fans move and circulate the air around a building or a room.

  • Most decorative ceiling fans contain 5 blades; however, fans with fewer blades will move more air. Industrial-grade ceiling fans have three blades and contain a high-powered motor that may facilitate an energy-savings of 75 % or more.
  • Ceiling fans sometimes have light fittings attached which replace the need for a standard light shade.
  • Commercial ceiling fans can save considerable amounts of energy and push masses of air around efficiently.

  • Energy Star ceiling fans are those that have been evaluated and rated as being 50 % more efficient than standard fans. Energy Star labels are also indicative of lower priced products and significant energy savings.
  • Ceiling fans were originally activated by a pull cord or a chain, and now modern fans use switches or dials that are normally mounted on a wall in a convenient location.
  • Ceiling fans do wobble when the blades are out of balance, but are very unlikely to fall.
  • Some ceiling fans can be switched to rotate in the opposite direction so that they can be used in winter to push the warm air down.

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