National Ceiling Fan Day is September 18
Fall is a wonderful time to rely less on air conditioning and more on ceiling fans to cool your rooms. That’s why National Ceiling Fan Day is September 18, when the days are starting to get a bit cooler. It’s the perfect season to use ceiling fans either by themselves or in tandem with air conditioning systems, which allows you to raise the thermostat setting about 4°F with no reduction in comfort, according to the US Department of Energy1.
Our newest release of ceiling fans just happens to coincide with National Ceiling Fan Day! These striking fan styles combine great design with on-trend materials and unique elements in new, unexpected ways, bringing style and comfort to indoor and outdoor rooms.
These three new ceiling fans feature robust, all-weather construction ideal for outdoor use in covered areas like porches and indoors in damp locations like bathrooms or other rooms. All three feature a lightweight DC motor for high efficiency (which translates to less energy consumption), greater airflow and whisper-quiet operation. A remote control is included for convenience – no more pull chains!
Sleek lines and a substantial metal housing offer an urban industrial edge to Spicer. Three curved, hand-finished ABS (suitable for all-weather) blades rotate around a slim, smooth fan body, giving the fan its sophisticated style.
Fans of the organic design trend will fall in love with the natural grace of Mesilla. Its flower-like silhouette comes from five hand-finished ABS blades that gently wrap around the housing and are held in place with a simple metal band.
Long lines and a clean-lined metal housing bring contemporary style to Kasota. Three rectangular fan blades are supported by an elongated blade arm, creating a dramatic look. The blades are finished in a linen-like texture that softens its modern design.
With an emphasis on elegance, Carrollwood makes a statement in any room. Lustrous accent bands circle the fan body and light kit, delivering a luxe element to the fan’s striking design. Plus, a dimmable LED light adds ambiance to any interior setting.
More About National Ceiling Fan Day
National Ceiling Fan Day aims to promote the energy-saving advantages of using ceiling fans to cool rooms. We invite you to join the fight to reduce energy consumption by turning off central cooling systems for one day on September 18. Using ceiling fans to cool off rooms can save trillions of kilowatt hours of energy consumption, plus you’ll save money as well.
Source 1. Energy.gov Fans For Cooling