ceiling. Friday , January 06th , 2017 - 08:39:43 AM
~Personal Preference: Finally, your personal preference is extremely important when you choose a ceiling design. Do you like it light and simple or dynamic and bright? Do not, under any circumstance, get your ceiling done up just because your neighbor is getting one and it is 'en vogue'. Understand if your room needs an additional design element, whether you like it, and then go on and choose a design.
It's been a hot and tiring day, you walk into your living room, flop down on the sofa, turn on the fan, and then it happens―in place of the gust of cool air that you long for, all you have instead is a wobbly, creaky fan and no air at all.
Install ceiling fans. They are an excellent way to cool you down when air conditioning is unavailable. Check the ceiling fan direction. Ensure the blades move in an anticlockwise direction, so that they draw in the air and circulate it around the room, cooling it. Remember to switch off the fans when you leave the room. Ceiling fans cool you, not the room. You can also try going in for a whole house fan installation (this may be an expensive option). These fans not only keep the home temperature lower, but also prevent heat to seep through the ceiling, as they cool the attic too. Another option is to use a swamp cooler. They use the technique of evaporative cooling and are a good option in very dry conditions, as they double up as humidifier as well. Outdoors, you can also use a mist fan to cool yourself down.
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