My ceiling fan helps recirculate the air in the house

My ceiling fan helps recirculate the air in the house

That’s when I realized that I could use my ceiling fans to push the air around my house better.

I am a firm believer in finding easy solutions to difficult problems utilizing things already at your disposal. My neighbor was trying to clean off his back patio and porch area because of his cats constantly using it as a bathroom whenever they’re outside. No matter what he tried, he said the odor wouldn’t completely go away. That’s when I gave him a jug of the floor cleaner I use in my house. It’s antibacterial, antifungal, anti-odor, and relatively inexpensive. Although it’s formulated for indoor use, there was no reason to exclude trying it on my neighbor’s deck. To our surprise, it worked after the first treatment. So when I was told that my air conditioner was on a slow but steady decline in performance from its age, I tried to think outside the box again. If there was something at my disposal currently that could improve my indoor climate control, I had to find it. That’s when I realized that I could use my ceiling fans to push the air around my house better. They help the air conditioner recirculate the air, greatly improving the efficiency of your entire climate control setup in the process. I still have to buy a new air conditioner at some point in the next five years, but I think the ceiling fans are going to give me time to save for a good central air conditioner. If I can put away more money to get an HVAC system with a high SEER rating, it would pay for itself in the long run from the savings while the system cycles. It would feel colder and would have a stronger air current as well.

 

 

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