Tips And Advice On Ceiling Fans
DC Motor Ceiling Fans
Most people don't know the difference between a DC motor fan and a standard AC motor fan. The biggest difference is a DC ceiling fan has it on electro magnets, while AC motors create their electromagnetic field by using electricity. This is a huge advantage for the DC motor especially when you are looking for a energy efficient ceiling fan. The DC motor uses about 75% less electricity, which allows the motor to run cooler and provide much more torque than a standard fan motor. The down sided to the DC is the cost. Typically the are a bit more than a standard ceiling fan, but the make up the cost difference in the long run. Especially if it is run all year long to help the heating and cooling of your home.
Ceiling fans can add beauty and comfort to any space in your home. Fans come in a wide variety of styles colors and sizes. If you are looking for a small ceiling fan
browse our 42" to 48: fan category. These are great for bedrooms and small offices in your home. If you are looking for a medium ceiling fan
browse our 52" to 58" fan category. These are great for master bedroom and rooms roughly 16' x 16'. Adding a traditional ceiling fan
is a great way to save on energy in your home in the winter months and the summer months. Did you know that cooling your home with a ceiling fan uses 1/40th the energy consumption of a central air unit.- HOW TO CHOOSE A DOWN ROD FOR YOUR CEILING FAN
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