Hugger Ceiling Fans and Other Alternatives

Jun 26th

The Hugger Fans

Hugger ceiling fans  seem much to regular ceiling fans. However, while ceiling fans hanging from a rod down, these fans are mounted flush with the ceiling. Some hugger fans are designed with smaller engine fan blades or created with less pitch to wouldnâ make the ceiling to vibrate while running. The disadvantage, however, is that the air movement is limited by the space between the blades and the ceiling.

Ceiling Fans Without Lights
Ceiling Fans Without Lights

Whole House Fan

Fans throughout the house are large units that are installed on the roof and take the whole house air before exhausting out through attic vents. According to the Honolulu Star-Bulletin, these fans are becoming very popular due to their low cost mode of operation. However, despite fans throughout the house was cheap and discreet, it can be very strong and difficult to install than Hugger ceiling fans .

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The Oscillating Fans

Different with Hugger ceiling fans, Oscillating fans are small and blow air in different directions around a quarter. Such fans generally come with a blade unit that is contained within a protective grid, and a motor head on top of a column. Users of these fans can choose the angle, sweeping and fan speed, providing more flexibility. The Honolulu Star-Bulletin reports that oscillating fans are cheap and mobile.