Sunday, December 6, 2009
Ceiling fans not only look beautiful, they can help conserve energy. We use them all year long in our home and have one in every room. They help conserve propane in the winter, because we use our fireplace as the primary source of heat and turn our fans on low to circulate the warm air. During winter months, the direction of the fan should be reversed in order to draw the room air up to the ceiling and force the warm air down. We also save money during the summer because our air conditioner doesn't have to run as often.
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