What to know before you buy a fan
Summer is here,and that means more heat. Using a fan in your home can increase air circulation and help make your home feel cooler.
Decide before you buy what you need from a fan, and where it will go in your space. Fans come in many shapes and sizes, meaning that it’s not a one fits all.
Before you purchase a fan, take a moment to look at your room. How big is it? How tall is the ceiling? How many windows are there? Where do you want to set the fan – on the floor, on a table, on the ceiling, or mounted on a wall? All of these factors can influence which fan you purchase. Once you have all this information one of our team members can give you the right advice.
High Ceilings Need a powerful fan and the right height placement.
Place your standing fan so that it faces the opposite wall from where most of the activity takes place in your space.
Table fans will need a clean flat surface close to an electrical outlet to operate.
A wall-mount fan is placed high above any air obstacles.
Will the fan replace the main light source? if yes, choose a ceiling fan with integrated light.
Don’t forget to check if you need 110v or 220v.