Hampton Bay Ceiling Fans
An additional use of ceiling fans is coupling them with an air conditioning unit. Through the wall/through the window air conditioning units typically found in rented properties in North America usually have both the tasks of cooling the air inside the room and circulating it. Provided the ceiling fan is properly sized for the room in which it is operating, its efficiency of moving air far exceeds that of an air conditioning unit, therefore, for peak efficiency, the air conditioner should be set to a low fan setting and the Hampton Bay ceiling fan should be used to circulate the air.
Another concern with installing a ceiling fan relates to the height of the blades relative to the floor. Building codes throughout the United States prohibit residential ceiling fans from being mounted with the blades closer than seven feet from the floor; this sometimes proves, however, to not be high enough. If a ceiling fan is turned on and a person fully extends his or her arms into the air, as sometimes happens during normal tasks such as stretching or changing bedsheets, it is possible for the blades to strike their hands, potentially causing injury. Also, if one is carrying a long and awkward object, one end may inadvertently enter the path of rotation of a ceiling fan's blades, which can cause damage to the fan. Building codes throughout the United States also prohibit industrial ceiling fans from being mounted with the blades closer than 10 feet from the floor for these reasons.
Casablanca ceiling fans are compatible with any rooms of an apartment. With these fans, you can either decrease or raise the room temperature depending on how you can optimize the fans. This can actually cut the cost of cooling down your room especially during the summer months by around 40%. Casablanca fans work by ensuring an updraft that will reticule the warm air located at the top of the room. This recirculation effect will thus allow you to lower the thermostat a little, and this will in turn lower the heating costs for the home.