There are many reasons to install a ceiling fan in your house or office room. They certainly bring style to your residence and wooden homes look more impressive with an addition of an elegant polished wood-blade ceiling fan that matches the walls and beautiful wooden flooring. Dining areas appear more attractive with a ceiling fans with lighting arrangement in them that can match the dining room table decor, while the crystal globes on every light bulb will reflect light off your crockery and other glassware placed on the table and display cases. Each of your dinners will be more exciting with the additional light that comes from your modern ceiling fan with light.
Ceiling fans can bring comfort to family rooms, bedrooms and dining rooms. A ceiling fan over your routine chair will add comfort to watching TV, knitting, reading or even having nap. Your reading becomes a cooler and more tranquil experience when you read under the light coming from the same source of your breeze.
When you have made your mind to go for a ceiling fan, consider whether you will be installing the fan yourself or will be calling someone to get it installed for you. Take into account that a professional will charge extra to get it done for you. The fan will include an instruction manual that gives all the directions on exactly how the fan should be installed and what the precautions to be taken care while installing it. It is advisable to hire someone if you don’t have wiring skills. The installation doesn’t take much time and within a couple of minutes, you are ready to enjoy the cooling breeze of your ceiling fan.
Operating a ceiling fan is quite simple as anyone can do that. There will either be a short chain within the hand reach that can turn on the ceiling fan to control the speeds. If your fan has lighting arrangements, then there will be another chain for adjusting the lights. These are the more decorative varieties of ceiling fans though, and most of them nowadays are operable by switches. Switches have regulators to control speeds of the ceiling fans. The regulator offers low, medium and high speed of the fan.
You should clean the blades of your ceiling fans every week to ensure that they can get you the best airflow. Remember that the dirtiest part of the ceiling fan will be above the blades that you can easily clean up with vacuum cleaner with a hose attachment that can reach up to that height. If you don’t have vacuum cleaner, you can simply take a broom with long handle that can reach up to the height of blades and can wipe off all the dust. Cleaning regularly will retain your ceiling fan’s polish for a long time and your fan will appear new for years. You can also use some sort of non-abrasive cleaning spray or polish regularly.