If you turn your fan low for a continuous, gentle updraft, you will have warm air circulation from top to bottom.
Even though ceiling fans do not directly lower the temperature of a room, they move air within your lake apartment causing a wind-chill effect on the skin that makes us guess cooler; then a ceiling fan is also capable of making you guess that you are warmer, not with the wind, but by moving warm air near your ceiling down to your living area below… However, compared to an air conditioning or furnace, a ceiling fan is almost free to run since it costs significantly low amounts; it makes economic sense to use the ceiling fan to cool and heat your lake apartment throughout the year. But typically, the fan’s angled blades blow air downwards in summer time as it rotates counterclockwise (forward). You will guess air blowing over you if you rest below your ceiling fan. Ceiling fans ought to run in a clockwise direction in Winter for your fan to blow cold air towards your ceiling and send warm air from the higher levels of your lake apartment to the lower levels. If you turn your fan low for a continuous, gentle updraft, you will have warm air circulation from top to bottom. Running your ceiling fan in reverse can save you up to 10 percent on heating as well as A/C expenses. They enable you to lower or raise your temperature control’s temperature by about 4°F separate from compromising your indoor comfort. When your ceiling fan moves warm air downwards while we are in the winter, the amount of air escaping to your attic reduces. Ceiling fans also improve airflow and the overall indoor air conditions of your lake apartment by circulating stale air and preventing moisture complications, such as toxic mold.