Naomi Barrera Ceiling April 15th, 2019 - 04:15:53
Some points to consider when buying a ceiling fan: - How much air is actually being circulated? - How efficiently will the fan move air? - How quiet or noisy is the fan? - Will the fan wobble? - How long will the fan last? - How durable is the finish? - Will the manufacturer stand behind the warranty?
Can ceiling fans be mounted on angled or vaulted ceilings? - Yes, ceiling fans can be installed on angled or vaulted ceilings by using a fan canopy (the cap visible closest to the ceiling which covers the electrical box) which has been designed to accommodate sloped ceilings. Many quality fans will include this type of adjustable canopy, like Hunters Installers Choice and HandsFree Canopy systems, but if not included with the fan at original purchase, accessory canopy adapters are sold separately at retail outlets.
Most Hunter ceiling fans have a reverse option which is especially important to reduce heating bills in the winter, warm air can be directed down to where it is needed by spinning the ceiling fan clockwise.
Many Fans Move Very Little Air. A ceiling fan that looks nice but moves little air is a comfort to no one. One of the keys to proper air movement is blade pitch. The greater the pitch-the angle of the blade-the greater the air movement providing the blade pitch has been properly harmonized with the motor. Unlike Hunter some manufacturers skimp on materials and dont use large enough or powerful enough motors to support proper blade pitch. So they compromise on blade pitch, sacrificing proper air movement to reduce the stress on undersized or under-powered motors. Many fans also use extra thin blades to reduce cost. The reduced blade surface area means reduced air movement.
Having a fan mounted on the ceiling offers a way to save space. Other types of fans, such as table fans and standing fans, can take up much needed space in certain rooms. Also, the fan will circulate the air in the entire room so that every benefits. Smaller fans tend to be used by a single person, as they direct the air from the fan toward them for maximum benefit.
The purpose of this article is to provide a brief overview of the in-wall and in-ceiling installation process. Dont worry, it is not as hard as it might sound, you will just need a few basic tools and some basic preplanning to get started. A common trend today is to get a way from big boxy speakers that take up so much valuable space. So a very nice alternative is to use in-wall and in-ceiling speakers. This has the advantage of providing more floor space as well as a more pleasing aesthetic home environment.