Ceiling fans help distribute heat

I like to clean my apartment from top to bottom while in the middle of the winter.

In the Spring, there is simply too much to do outside. In December, when the outdoor temperature drops down into the downside digits, I’m trapped inside. There’s plenty of time to do a actually thorough task. I launder bedding and curtains, scrub down all the moldings and transport furniture. I clean under and behind the refrigerator and take the time to empty all of the kitchen cupboards. I even climb a ladder and scrub the ceilings and overhead light fixtures. This past year, when I stood on a ladder, I right away started to sweat. I realized that the temperature near the ceiling was much higher than down near the floor. This meant that the heated air gave by the heater was rising straight up and getting wasted. It was necessary to set higher temperature control settings to achieve comfort. The heater was running just about non stop and consuming a great deal of energy to satisfy demand. I needed to figure out a way to get the heat off the ceiling and down closer to the floor, but ceiling fans gave the perfect solution. A bit of research showed me a wide swing in designs, sizes and prices of ceiling fans. I was able to find models that include a light and suit my decor. My spouse and I handled the installation as a DIY project. My associate and I run the ceiling fans clockwise in the winter time to create an updraft and circulate moderate air around the room. This has significantly improved comfort, allowed a lower temperature control setting and trimmed our heating costs. In the summer, with the flick of a switch, we reverse the direction of the ceiling fans to create a downdraft and a cooling breeze.

furnace/heater repair