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Most people think of ceiling fans solely as warm-weather essentials for cooling down hot rooms and improving air circulation. Most ceiling fans, however, feature reversible motors that can be set to push warm air down in the winter, improving the overall comfort in the room. In the winter, set your ceiling fan so that the blades turn in a “forward” or clockwise direction to push warm air trapped by the ceiling down into the room and improve overall air distribution. Save even more by choosing an Energy Star-certified ceiling fan, which is up to 50 percent more efficient than a conventional model.
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