By Esperanza Jodoin. Ceiling. Published at Thursday, April 12th, 2018 - 06:25:20 AM.
I know this is a lot of questions to ask yourself about a seemingly simple thing such as ceiling speakers but if you think all speakers are made equal you're sorely mistaken my friend. Especially in terms of how it reacts to moisture or humidity you have to be on the lookout. Make sure that whatever salesman you deal with you ask him once and you ask him again: "How do these ceiling speakers handle being outdoors? How will they handle being in my basement if it gets rather humid in there sometimes?"
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.
Another accessory that you may consider adding to your home theater arsenal is the so-called swiveling tweeter. This is believe it or not an implement that allows you to yes swivel your ceiling speakers to face whichever direction you dare please they face. If you're home alone you can turn every last one of your speakers to face you and you only and I promise you will have an auditory experience the likes of which you have never had - if your speaker system is a high enough quality that is.
The counter-clockwise direction provides the cool air you need for the summer or the warm season. Reversing the fan's direction will produce the updraft needed to bring down the heat coming from the ceiling. This is what you need to use when the chill sets in. As a result these fans also give you health benefits. Possible harmful traces of chemicals won't accumulate in your home since the fan helps circulate the air inside. Indoor air that's not recycled is said to be more dangerous to your health compared to the air outside.
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