Despite their concentration in some area on the blue planet, heat waves are starting to become standard almost in any part of the country. This is not a pleasant info for modest families who haven’t a very deep pocket to purchase an air conditioner all day long. And even if you don’t belong to this category, sometimes, like in early summer, the weather isn’t hot enough to run an AC. What you can do in this situation is to get a ceiling fan in order to set a cool mood in your interior.
Many Ceiling Fans Types
Circulating the air in your home is the main objective for which ceiling fans were created to meet back in the time when the idea came out. But as time goes by, this simple purpose became a standard along with which style has become a must, especially today where a small misfitting item in a living room could disturb many interior design lovers, let a alone something as big as a ceiling fan. This is the reason why the best ceiling fans aren’t just an air circulation appliance, but also a nice looking object of decoration that you can find in many styles and shapes.
As its name suggests, this type of ceiling fans, ventilates the air by directing the air flow to a designated area of the room. One of the best scenarios in which you can profit from the directional ceiling fan is when the place you sit it in is designated like in an office where sitting seats are fixed.
In contrast to the directional ceiling fans, which can only ventilate the space towards which it is directed, the hanging propeller ones can ventilate your entire room. This type of fans looks like the propeller of a fan. Like many modern ceiling fans style, these ones are hung by a pole attached to the ceiling.
If you combine the directional and hanging propeller ceiling fan you can come up with the rotational one. This type of fans have multiple sets of spinning blades which rotate in opposite direction to each other. They have a central pole attached to the ceiling from which they stem. It is recommended to use them in outdoor spaces.
What’s the difference between Indoor and Outdoor Ceiling Fans ?
As it clear by their names, each of these fans serve a specific purpose and one can’t always be used instead of the other. As a consequence, picking the right one for you depends on where you want it to be placed.
Outdoor Ceiling Fans
There are two types of outdoor ceiling fans : wet-rated and damp-rated ceiling fans. You can guess it from their name, each of these fans are designed for different environments.
The wet-rated outdoor ceiling fans are designed to withstand harsh winter conditions and are sealed and protected by special materials.
Damp-rated fans’ motors on the other hand are usually made with special protective materials against corrosion. The same goes for their interior wiring that should also be protected in order to keep the fan intact in humid environments.
Indoor Ceiling Fans
Unlike outdoor ceiling fans, the indoor ones doesn’t have the same categorization as indoor environment is usually the same in part of the world. The main differences are in style. You find modern, classic, contemporary, rustic, fancy, children and other styles of indoor ceiling fans. It’s however important to measure how high your ceiling is before deciding on which size of ceiling fan fits more your room.
I hope this little guide helped clarify some important points to take into consideration before buying your ceiling fan.
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