Air Movement Installation

Air Movement

  • Ceiling Fans
    Ceiling FanIt’s basic, but it’s true: If you keep the air in your house moving with a ceiling, box, or window fan, you’ll feel cooler. The simplest way to install a new ceiling fan is to substitute it for an existing ceiling fixture. Many ceiling fans also have light fixtures built into the units, so you won’t be losing your lighting. Their cost savings comes from their ability to keep a room cool without running an air conditioner all the time. Ceiling fans are an extremely effective way of cooling your home. Most ceiling fans use only about as much power as a 60 watt light bulb, which equates to around 2 cents per hour.
    A reversible feature allows for the rotational direction of the fan blades to be changed at the flick of a switch. A ceiling fan can be operated in an anti-clockwise direction during winter to push warm air down your ceiling along the walls to keep the room warmer and reduce heating costs by up to 10%. In summer the fan is switched to a clockwise direction generating a cooling breeze.
  • Air Conditioning
    Air ConditioningThe basic concept behind air conditioning is said to have been applied in ancient Egypt, where reeds were hung in windows and were moistened with trickling water. In Ancient Rome, water from aqueducts was circulated through the walls of certain houses to cool them.
    These days, in theory we have a less wet option- Precision Power is available to help you with your selection and electrical installation and get you cool for summer!
Published on: 28 August 2014
Posted by: Graham Jarrett