Life down under can literally mean hell during its dry hot summer spells where temperatures can rise at an average of 30⁰C (86⁰F) in a fortnight. New Year usually heralds the anticipation of heat waves in the suburbs of Ingleburn. Most people ideally would have preferred air conditioners to cool them off during these times but with temperatures dropping to a comfortable average of 25⁰C by March, installing ceiling fans make more sense.
In a small suburb like Ingleburn, residents are probably under the grid and bear the brunt of high electric bills during the summer months where to cool down means spending more. Most houses here have plenty of spacious rooms that would require an air conditioner with higher horsepower to keep the heat out. The higher the horsepower, the more energy it will use up which makes Ingleburn ceiling fans far cheaper in the long run.
Ceiling Fan Tips
For those who want to keep heat out, especially during the summer, investing in ceiling fans is the way to go. Here are some reasons why it has an edge over air conditioners.
- Hassle free installation. For people who rent out a place, major alterations to the property cannot be done without the permission of the property manager. That permission may be needed when installing an air conditioner as the ceiling has to be altered to accommodate the unit. With ceiling fans, the only impediment that may be encountered is positioning it so that it does not affect the light from the fixture in the ceiling. Tweaking it a bit will have the ceiling light morphed with the fan.
- Versatility in any temperature. The large wide blades of the ceiling fans are like propellers that circulate air gently but en masse. This keeps any place relatively cool in the summer as the warm heat that rises is pushed down and cooler air moves up, especially when the upper edge leads the fan rotation. It can be in reverse during the cooler months when heat needs to be circulated to keep warm and comfy. Air conditioners rely on the efficiency of their blowers and the capacity of their horsepower to keep temperature coverage uniform in any room.
- Affordable unit price. Ceiling fans are way cheaper compared to a single air conditioning unit. This allows buying in bulk and since these have less moving parts, they are less likely to breakdown. There are also different designs and upgrades that make it a more attractive option for homeowners instead of bulky air conditioners.
- Ease of maintenance. Maintaining ceiling fans are far easier as they need regular dusting and some oiling now and then. When they do break down, it is easy to dispose of. When moving out, the ceiling fans come down easily. Try doing that with air conditioners. You will spend for air filters and repairs every month or so and you cannot just bring it along with you should you move out.
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