Bathroom exhaust fan with light – The genius idea has not changed since the invention of the electric ceiling fan in 1887: When the temperature climbs, just chain a chain, point to a switch or point to a remote control and feel immediate relief as a breeze wafts from above. Fans do not change the temperature, but they make zap body heat by evaporating moisture and transforming adhesive sweat into a coolant. All this for not much money in front and only pennies to work.
Even better are the savings on air conditioning. In itself, ceiling fans will keep you comfortable at temperatures reaching the 80’s so you don’t have to use your AC system so often. And when the AC is running, a rotating ceiling fan will cause you to turn on the thermostat by 4 degrees – and turn 8 percent off your electric bill.
Although their chilling effect has remained consistent, the fans have certainly not. New blade shapes and improved engines move the air more efficiently than ever, and smart controls calibrate speeds with greater precision. Then there is the spread of styles, which makes it easy to find a fan that fits your decor. Before you go to grab the first one to catch your eye, here’s what to look for.