By Esperanza Jodoin. Ceiling. Published at Sunday, April 15th, 2018 - 13:02:25 PM.
Another common fear with ceiling fans is that they might fall down and injure someone. However if you think about it have you ever seen a lamp fall down from the ceiling? It's very unlikely that you have because things that are fixed to ceilings have to be fixed up to certain safety standards with failsafe mechanisms to keep them from falling down even if one of the connections breaks.
First and foremost you have to decide where you're going to put your shiny new speakers. More specifically I'm talking about: are they going to go outside. Are you going to mount these underneath a roof or awning out on your deck or patio? If you are you cannot forget to consider how well they are designed to stand up to moisture and rain. If snow melts on your roof could it get around the gutter possibly and run down the inside of its own ceiling? What kind of a climate do you live in? Is it very humid there?
One thing to consider if you're thinking of getting a ceiling fan is getting one with a light integrated. As the fan will be taking up a space on your ceiling where there used to be a light fitting it can be good to have a light as part of the fan so the room doesn't end up dark. Don't worry about having to leave the fan on just to use the light as they can be turned on and off separately.
Ceiling fans with lighting are a convenient and versatile fixture to have in your home. Aside from helping circulate the air in your room it also illuminates the area. Instead of buying a fan and a chandelier separately you can have just one fixture and save space. Also contrary to what many people may think this type of fan doesn't only cool your room during the summer or dry seasons. You can make the fan run in reverse to help distribute the hot air trapped in your ceiling during the chilly season. As a result these fans can even help reduce your electric bill - some claim up to 40 percent of your regular consumption.
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