Nothing helps you maximize your energy budget like energy-efficient ceiling fans. With the right fan, you can keep cool, save money, and create a focal point for your room or outdoor deck. Ceiling fans work the same way a cool breeze on a Summers day does, by circulating the air around you. Ceiling fans are an effective substitute to bulky reverse cycle air conditioners and are much cheaper to purchase and run.

The most common ceiling fans have an AC motor. AC Motor stands for alternating current. Energy is obtained through both AC generators and mains to generate a varying voltage. The voltage of alternating current is safe to transfer over long distance and provide greater power, making AC Motors ideal for both home and industrial fixtures. Ceiling fans with an AC motor generally have 3 speed settings and are an economical and cost effective choice to help lower your power costs.

DC motor ceiling fans are newer to the market and are also becoming a popular choice. DC stands for direct current and a DC motor ceiling fan delivers greater efficiency. The energy is obtained from batteries or cells and generates a constant voltage. Ceiling fans with a DC motor can have up to 7 speed settings and are another great choice for your home, office, factory, store or outdoor entertaining area.

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