Ok, so I'm not exactly daydreaming about ceiling fans, but I am daydreaming about spring and summer. The temps have been hovering around 70 this week. It's been so nice. In the summer months, it gets really hot and humid in Memphis. Our house gets cool in every room except for the master bedroom. We're not really sure why. We have a ceiling fan in there, but I'm thinking we need an upgrade. It's a generic one the builder put in. I started looking around to see what's out there. Do you know what the most frequently asked question is when it comes to fans?
Please tell me I'm not the only one who didn't know this. I had no idea it mattered. If you did know, have you ever changed the direction your fan runs? I'm guessing most people are way too lazy to mess with it. Oh, wait... is that just me?
Anyway, you can find out who makes the best ceiling fans here, read up on which ones are energy efficient and ask an expert all in the same place. The website says the most common mistake is purchasing a fan based on looks and price alone. I guess they have a point. Who wants a pretty fan that doesn't work?
While looking around at Hansen Wholesale Ceiling Fans, I found these for the kids.
The kids would love these! The only problem is that I'm supposed to be shopping for fans for our bedroom not the kid's rooms. Do you think The Hero would let me buy a shark fan? Maybe if I bat my eyelashes and say, "Pretty please..."