Question by  Laura47 (138)

Which way should ceiling fans turn in the winter?


Answer by  TMATM (499)

In the winter the fan should turn clockwise at a low speed. Since warm air naturally rises, this will draw room air up and push warmer air down and out toward the walls. This will circulate the warm air around the room. Note that high fan speed will make you feel as if colder air is circulating through the room.


Answer by  dsmith42 (371)

They should turn so that they force a downdraft. Take a piece of paper and hold it horizontally with the fan on high to determine your fan's direction.


Answer by  Jimbob (2275)

You should have them blow air up towards the ceiling this mixes the warm air with the cold and does not create a breeze. It should also be set on low.


Answer by  Amber40 (24961)

Typically you want then to spin opposite of what the spin during the warmer month. This is to push the warm air down rather then pull cool air up.


Answer by  geethapriya (239)

The connection of the ceiling fan given through the thermal sensing device which is regulate the speed of the fan according to the weather condition of the atmosphere and room temperature.

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