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Alisa Walton Ceiling April 15th, 2019 - 00:27:57
Hunter ceiling fans are without doubt the best you can buy, here we have put together all the information you might need to know about ceiling fans before purchasing, please bear in mind that there are other ceiling fan manufacturers out there who copy Hunter ceiling fan designs but they are nowhere near as good, the materials they use are not as high quality and they cannot copy hunter ceiling fans patents such as whisper-wind and wobble-free technology, no-one else can match the Hunter lifetime warranty on the motor either, so while many ceiling fans may look just like a Hunter, remember all ceiling fans are not created equal...
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.
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.
Can the ceiling fan be used in the winter for any beneficial purpose? A ceiling fan can help lower energy consumption in the winter by up to 15%. The temperature of the air in a heated room varies in layers; the air near the ceiling is warmer than the air near the floor, because warm air rises. A ceiling fan can help push the warmer air that is trapped near the ceiling back down into the room, thus de-stratifying the layers of warm air. As a result, the warm air is circulated where it is needed, and the heating system does not overwork to warm the room. To properly de-stratify a warmed room, the ceiling fan should be run in a clockwise direction. This pushes the air up against the ceilings and down the walls, to gently re-circulate the warm air without creating a cooling wind chill effect.
We then need to install the speaker wires; many designs use a push pin style connection where you just push the positive and negative wires in place. Make sure you use wire that lets you distinguish between positive and negative that is red and white. When running the wire through the wall, be sure to mark which cable goes to the stereo and which ones go to the volume control. The speaker cable should be stapled to the studs at a maximum of every 36.
The speaker will attach itself to the wall, and will normally go less than 3 1/2 into the wall to accommodate the standard two by four studs used in most construction. Please be aware that it is possible to have two by three studs, these are mainly used in townhouses and condominiums, and if this is the case you may need specialized in-wall speakers that will occupy less space in the wall.