It’s steamy hot here in Florida and I’m told it’s just as uncomfortable back home in the mid-west. When I get hot here, rather than kick down the air-conditioning, I simply turn a fan towards me till I cool off, which got me to thinking today: why don’t I have more fans in my home? This question led me to these two questions:
Can you identify areas in your home that are hotter than others or activities that you do in specific rooms that cause you to become hot? For me it’s right before the air conditioning is going to kick back on, when I’m sleeping in my 2nd story bedroom or when I’m getting ready to go out; specifically while putting making on, blow drying my hair and then styling it.
Where do you have fans? I have a smaller fan on my desk at the office, a ceiling fan in a few of our rooms and a small fan in our bedroom facing our bed for when we sleep – that’s it. I really don’t have a good reason as to why I don’t have more fans. I’ve decided today I need to change that.
Think about it… strategically located fans can immediately cool you down and save money on your energy bill. Sounds like a win-win situation don’t you think? Plus, the bonus is there are lots of different styles to choose from including floor fans, ceiling fans, wall fans, decorative fans, etc. with finishes to choose such as black, white, chrome, bronze and more. Here’s a sampling…