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Friday, August 07, 2009

Ceiling Fans: A Green, Eco-Friendly Choice

Chances are that this summer you're running your air conditioning to keep cool -- but frustrated, and maybe even a little afraid, of the electric bill that results.

You could be cooling your home with Ceiling Fans instead. A typical ceiling fan draws less energy than a 100-watt light bulb.

An Energy Star-rated Ceiling Fan could save you even more -- they are more than 300 percent more energy efficient than other ceiling fans. Several well-known manufacturers, including Hunter Ceiling Fans, Casablanca Ceiling Fans and Emerson Ceiling Fans provide such Energy Star models.

Ceiling fans, including the Energy Star models, also represent a chance to "go green," as they say because the less energy you use, the smaller your carbon footprint, which means you are contributing less to climate change -- and the other environmental degredations that often come as a result of electricity production (such as coal).

Interested? Want to know more? Click on these links because the website for Hansen Wholesale Ceiling Fans not only provides a wide inventory of fans for sale, but offers an informative -- and actually interesting -- frequently asked questions page that provides much more detail on ceiling fans.

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