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The temperature soaring, a hot gust of wind keeps puffing occasionally to make the place so warm and humid. Typical conditions in this metropolitan city, you have just returned home after a mind boggling time at office. Its time to relax, so you pull up a couch get a chilled glass of water and turn that Ceiling fan on, to feel that refreshing cool breeze cover the whole room. As with everything we can buy, there are always those companies that excel in the manufacture of their chosen product and ceiling fans are no different. Hunter ceiling fans and hampton bay ceiling fans are two of the leading manufacturers amongst many other formidable companies. But lets first turn back some pages of history to read more about these humble appliances, about how they came into being, and its evolution to date.
Over the next decade, improvements both inside and out would give rise to fans that were truly modern. 25 Years of Innovation: The Ceiling Fan finally came of age. Picking the right ceiling fan for the space given is important. Naturally you will want a stylish fan that gives you the best output at the least cost.
Here are a few tips to get you started.
- Take a look at the size and shape of your room. Floor space and ceiling height will have to be taken into consideration when picking out a ceiling fan.
- Choose a dealer with exquisite number of models. Fans come in many varieties most models come with light fixtures or have kits available for adding lights.
- Summon your budget. Fans range in price from less than fifty dollars to several hundred dollars for specialized versions in various colors with remote controls. Make sure the ceiling fan you choose blends with the design of the room.
- Go a bit low-profile, if you are looking only for air circulation look for a cheaper ceiling fan .These models provide a little less air movement and generally do not accommodate light fixtures.
- Use smaller fans with small blades in all your lesser big rooms to avoid an overcrowded look. opt for a ceiling fan that looks as light and thin as the mood of the room, one that will cut the heated air without adding more weight to your room.
- Analyze the number of blades. More blades mean more air movement at lower speeds, which means lesser noise.
- Hire a professional electrician to install the ceiling fan if you have any doubts about your ability to do it yourself.
There are many reputed companies selling their ware to thousands of satisfied customers these days some of the brands available are Designer, Tropical, Emerson, Casablanca, Hampton, Fanimation, and Hunter.
With careful consideration and some intelligent research, you could find a ceiling fan that will match with your decor, while saving you enough money on electric bills so that you can invest in a brand new white linen suit for summer.
Last Updated ( Thursday, 06 September 2007 )