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148 lbs CO2 Per Year

$142 Savings Per Year

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Save energy by turning off the air conditioner and turning on the ceiling fan while you are in a room…but keep both the fan and AC off when you leave!

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People often presume that leaving a ceiling fan on while you are not in a room will help keep it cool. However, the facts remain that ceiling fans cool people, not rooms. Unlike air conditioning units, fans are simply recirculating air and creating flow – that slight breeze that we feel cools us down, but does not actually alter the air temperature. You can save energy by turning off the air conditioner and turning on the ceiling fan while you are in a room, but remember to turn both the fan and AC off when you leave.

Remember that the more you use your ceiling fan and your air conditioning, the more likely it is to stop working. If you are ever faced with a broken ceiling fan, you could find a heating and cooling company in Columbus or indeed any other city across the U.S., depending on where you live. The services they offer usually include replacements as well, so the problem should be solved regardless of the severity of the damage to your air conditioning – find out more at As well as this, you may be wasting electricity and running up your bills if your air conditioning unit is not working correctly. If this is the case, each time it is on it is working harder, skyrocketing up your energy bills during the warmer/hotter months. If you suspect that this may be happening, you can contact some Indoor Comfort Specialists like and see how they can help you with that, by either fixing your existing unit or replacing it with a more energy-efficient machine. Always get your electrical equipment checked, you never know if they are leeching electricity and sending up your bills without you realizing. If you are not sure, it is always best to ask for a consultation with professionals such as this just in case, it could save you a lot of time and money in the future.

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