Adding ceiling fans to improve comfort plus reduce costs


I’ve been able to lower the control machine setting plus yet the property feels more comfortable

Last winter, my utility bills had a significant impact on the property budget. Despite an Energy Star rated furnace, I was not excited with the cost of heating. I started learning up on ways to minimize demands on the boiler. As per recommendations, I started replacing the air filter every six weeks. I caulked around the windows plus weatherstripped the exterior doors. I set aside a weekend, removed the old insulation from the attic plus installed new. I bought insulated curtains for the windows. I open the curtains to welcome in sunlight to help hot up the property during the afternoon plus close them against the chilly at evening! None of my efforts seemed to make much of a difference. I then climbed up on a ladder to see if the heated air was rising upward plus getting trapped near the ceiling. I noticed a significant increase in temperature with every step up the ladder! Sitting on the couch, I felt slightly chilled. Standing at the top of the ladder, I started to sweat. I needed to figure out a way to properly distribute the heat. I googled plus found ceiling fans. There are a wide variety of sizes, prices plus styles of ceiling fans. Some include LED lights, dimmer switches, remote controls plus multiple speeds. My husband plus I were able to handle the upgrade of the ceiling fans ourselves. The fans not only add to aesthetics plus give light however help to push the heat down toward the floor. I’ve been able to lower the control machine setting plus yet the property feels more comfortable. Now that the outside weather has warmed up, I’ve reversed the direction of the fans. They now create a cooling effect plus lessen the workload of the a/c.

New heating