|Cool News About Fans|
|Written by NAPSI|
|Sunday, 17 July 2011 06:36|
El Centro, California (NAPSI) - You no longer have to let your ears suffer so the rest of you can feel cool and comfortable. Using modern sound control technology, some of today’s fans enable you to feel cooler without the loud noise of older fans.
For example, consider one of the new Honeywell QuietSet fans, which offer multiple levels of “quiet” that correspond to your personal preferences. At the lowest settings, the sound from these fans is virtually undetectable, making them great choices for areas where you don’t want additional noise, such as TV rooms, bedrooms, offices and children’s nurseries.
Beyond the quiet factor, today’s new fans come in sleek, modern designs such as a slim tower or stand fan. You can pick the one that works best with your decorating style and personal space needs.
In addition to their attractive designs and ability to keep you feeling cooler with minimal noise, today’s modern fans can also help save money on cooling costs. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, cooling and heating accounts for almost 56 percent of the energy used in a typical U.S. home, making this a family’s single largest energy expense. You can save up to 20 percent on cooling energy bills in the summer simply by running a whole-room air circulator along with air conditioners or central cooling systems.
Using a fan in conjunction with an air conditioner or central cooling system improves the circulation of cooled air throughout a room. Therefore, less cool air is required to produce a cooling effect. This allows you to raise the temperature on your thermostat, using less energy to cool the same space.
To find out how much money fans can save you annually, visit www.honeywellfansavings.com, where a free interactive “savings calculator” enables you to quickly and easily determine how much you can potentially save on your cooling bills by using a fan in your home.
With advances in sound technology and design, along with their money-saving potential, it’s no wonder that fans still rank high on the list for spring and summer “must-have” products. So say good-bye to your old, loud fan and trade it in for a newer model that helps provide quiet, cooling comfort.