Fans come with a forward and a reverse setting. When you click it to 'forward', the fan blows the air down. Standing under the fan, you will feel a breeze. When you click it to 'reverse', the fan reverses rotation and blows the air up. Now, when you stand under the fan, you won't feel a breeze.
WINTER: Turn the fan to 'reverse' to circulate the warm air without blowing air down and cooling you in the process. Hot air rises and a ceiling fan, running in reverse, gently mixes the air.
SUMMER: Turn the fan to 'forward' to create a wind-chill effect as the air moves against your skin and cools you.
Proper air circulation can help keep your heating and cooling costs down!
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