Ceiling Fans

Regardless of the season, having ceiling fans in your home can make a world of difference in how you control your indoor (and sometimes outdoor) climate. With stylish designs and multiple speeds and settings, placing one in the centre of a room creates both an important conversation piece and an appliance you can survive by. On warmer days, a ceiling fan circulates air quickly and efficiently, cutting down on the amount of time you may need the air conditioning to run and sometimes eliminating the need to use it at all. During the winter, it continues to aid in air movement, stopping your rooms from becoming stuffy. In a covered porch or sunroom, a ceiling fan brings its airflow outside, allowing you to enjoy the outdoors with a little more luxury.

Ceiling Fans without Light

A celing fan without a light might be your best bet for your outdoor and semi-outdoor spaces, as a light could attract insects as the evening hours wear on. They are also ideal for spaces that already have strong lighting sources. It cuts back on the amount of wiring you need to worry about as well.

Ceiling Fans with Light

Alternatively, in a room that does not have a focal light source, ceiling fans with lights offer you a double solution. Among the most common of ceiling fan options, it places your light in a central location and leaves you additional floor and wall space. These may come in a variety of shapes, from a single central bulb to multiple lights. Be sure to check the wattage requirements for whatever model you buy. The incorrect wattage may lead shorting out.

Ceiling Fans with Remote Control

The height of sophistication when it comes to your lighting and airflow solutions is the remote control ceiling fan. Do you need to adjust the settings, but do not wish to stand? With a remote, you can do everything with the push of a button. Turn the lights off, dim them, turn the ceiling fan up or shut it off completely when it starts to get a little chilly. It's that easy.