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Ceiling Fans

Ceiling fans are great for circulating air while using very little energy. Most ceiling fans have a switch that controls the direction of the blades that effectively cools a room during warm weather and helps heat it during cooler weather.

When operated correctly, a ceiling fan decreases the demand on heating and air conditioning units, which allows you to turn your thermostat down and save money on energy costs.

It is relatively easy to install or replace a ceiling fan in nearly any room in your home. A new fan, or a fan with a light, will help cool your house, add a personal decorative touch and increase your home's resale value.

There are many types of ceiling fans with prices ranging from a few dollars to very expensive models. Some stores specialize in fans of all types and others carry only name brands. Home improvement stores like Lowe's and the Home Depot carry many brands and offer online guides to help you with ceiling an installation.

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