To soothe that heat, nothing better than having the help of the good old fan. And in today’s post, we brought one of the most interesting options for those who want to have the device at home. You got it right if you thought about the ceiling fan. This model is super versatile, practical, economical, and is still perfect for those with little space since it is installed on the ceiling.
Check out everything you need to know before buying your ceiling fan:
Advantages of a Ceiling Fan
- Practical and quick installation that can be done by yourself;
- Economic option for cooling environments, especially when compared to air conditioning;
- Different options of colors, shapes, and finishes;
- They disperse air better than models of floor fans;
- Some models have the advantage of being very quiet, in addition to having a remote control and lamp, which eliminates the need for a chandelier together;
Where to install and how to choose the ceiling fan
The ceiling fan can be installed anywhere in the house, from the bedrooms and living room to the kitchen and bathroom. But it is necessary to consider the most suitable model for each environment.
In the bedrooms, the ideal is that the ceiling fan is not positioned over the bed for safety reasons. Also, pay attention to the size of the fan in relation to the room in which it will be installed. That is small environments, small ceiling fans, and vice versa.
Remote controlled ceiling fan models and silent ceiling fan models are the most recommended for bedrooms and living rooms, as they provide greater comfort.
The most recommended is to install the ceiling fan on concrete slabs, but wooden or plaster ceilings can also receive the device, provided that it comes with support that increases the resistance of the ceiling and that the chosen fan is lighter. In general, it is recommended that the roof has the capacity to support a load of around 25 kilos.
Another important recommendation before buying the ceiling fan is to measure the right foot size of the room. It is best to install the model only on ceilings with a height of 2.30 meters or more.
In environments subject to humidity, grease, heat, and wind, such as kitchens, bathrooms, and outdoor areas, ceiling fans must be more resistant and manufactured with materials suitable for these conditions.
After checking the structural and technical issues of your home, start thinking about the ceiling fan model that best matches your decor, after all, it will be part of the environment and should be in accordance with it.
See now a selection of environments that bet on the use of the ceiling fan as a solution for hot days: