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Posted by Henry in MI on July 29th, 1998 05:56 PM
In reply to Ceiling Fan Direction by Robert Leonard on July 28th, 1998 01:11 PM [Go to top of thread]

Robert, for us in the northern climes, a ceiling fan will do most of its work in the winter when it pushes the hot air out of the ceiling to save on heat bills. During the rest of the year, they just circulate the air you have and work like a box fan to blow air on you so evaporation cools you. If you have a cool basement accessable to the pull of the fan, it can help in that way. The "rule" is to run the fan so it pushes down in the winter and up in the summer, but the ones in our bedrooms push down all the time since they are right over the beds.

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