During the winter, ceiling fan blades should rotate clockwise. In the summer months, the blades should move counter-clockwise. Fans do not add or remove heat, but circulation makes rooms more comfortable. More »

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In winter, a ceiling fan should be spinning downward and on low speed. By setting the direction of rotation so that air is drawn upward, a ceiling fan pulls up the colder air below, forcing the warmer air near the ceilin... More »

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In winter, a ceiling fan should turn in a clockwise direction, as viewed from below, to enhance home heating. Using a slower speed helps avoid a wind-chill effect in cooler temperatures. More »

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In winter, a ceiling fan should turn in a clockwise direction, as viewed from below, to enhance home heating. Using a slower speed helps avoid a wind-chill effect in cooler temperatures. More »

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During the summer, the ceiling fan should blow in a counter-clockwise direction, and during the winter, it should blow clockwise. One direction blows air straight down and the other raises air toward the ceiling. More »

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An enclosed ceiling fan is a fan with completely or partially enclosed blades. These fans, also referred to as caged fans, can be used in commercial, industrial and residential settings. Cages, commonly referred to as gr... More »

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Small damage that's done to ceiling fan blades can be repaired the same as any other piece of wood, or whichever material the fan's blades are made from, are repaired. Affix any broken off pieces to the portion of the bl... More »

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