Stylish Ceiling Fans
These European ceiling fans very different from the mediocre ceiling fans normally offered to the UK buyer. Designers including Yago Sarri and Benedito Design have come up with a stylish range of practical ceiling fans often incorporating lighting and all controlled by a hand held remote control. These ceiling fans are all suitable for spaces up to 40m² and unlike many ceiling fans on offer in the UK these only require a single (or existing) electrical feed making them stylish and easy to install.
Ceiling fans are of great benefit in the summer and the warmer winter days providing quick cooling or redistribution of stale air. During warmer months the fan works to push air up and cool a room, however did you realise a ceiling fan can work effectively in the colder months too? By changing the direction of the fan blades it will push warm air down (instead of up) which helps keep a room at a good temperature and may even cut down on energy bills.
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How a ceiling fan works - summer
Principals of using ceiling fans in warm weather
Ceiling fans move air. Humans (and our pets) reduce their body temperature through perspiration on the skin. By moving air over the skin our body’s cooling mechanism becomes more efficient and we cool down faster. Unlike air conditioning the fan does not cool the air.
If you have air conditioning using a ceiling fan in combination with the A/C means that cool air is distributed around the room. Using a ceiling fan often means that A/C units can be operated on a lower (and quieter) setting thereby making sleep easier and saving energy.
How a ceiling fan works - winter
Principals of using ceiling fans in cold weather
When you have the heating on it may seem counterproductive to operate a ceiling fan but the benefits are twofold. The fan is run in reverse and therefore draws air up from the floor and this forces warm air down into the room. Hot and cold areas within a space are eliminated because of the circulating air.
Ultimately using a fan in combination with heating can create a warmer environment and save energy.
Ceiling Fans - New Arrival
Introducing Our New Outdoor IP44 Rated Fan
Bring your seating area to the outdoors and stay extra cool with this exterior ceiling fan.
Perfect for verandas or balconies where a gentle breeze is required. Great for staying cool while you watch the children swim or entertain your BBQ guests.
New to the market in 2016 and the only one of its kind, offered to you by Lighting Styles.
Modern and efficient with its simplistic styling and LED lights.
Transparant acrylic blades help this fan fit into its natural environment and with their strength and durability they are perfect for the outdoors.
Powered by a DC motor this fan is quieter and faster reacting, with more speed options that those using an AC motor.
Additional Colour Acrylic Blades Available
Reversible Blades - Satin Nickel, Dark Brown, White or Antique Brass
Great for Commericial Spaces - 2148mm Diameter
Multifunction remote control
Suitable for Interior & Exterior Installation
Why install a ceiling fan?
In summer ceiling fans rotate and give off a soft breeze that kick starts air circulation. Moving air prevents the accumulation of heat in the room. If your space has an air conditioning unit the ceiling fan circulates the fresh, cooled air and this often means the a/c unit does not need to work at full capacity and can result in savings of up 40% on running costs. In winter the fan can be used in reverse to draw warm air near the ceiling and distribute this evenly throughout the space. Being able to reduce your thermostat setting buy just 1ºC can reduce your heating bill by 6%.
As well as providing cool/warm air many of these ceiling fans add style to a room and important lighting. Choose from the many listed here.