How To Choose The Right Fan For Your Interiors
When we think of revamping our house or getting the interiors done of a new home, we often tend to ignore the humble ceiling fan. The ceiling fan happens to be the fixture that has remained more or less neglected over the years. But not anymore! In today’s world, home décor is not limited to only furniture and wallpapers. It is also about the wholesome new experience and in this new journey, the designer ceiling fans are finding their place back. From exclusive hand-crafted designs to under-light fans, the premium and decorative range of fans have undergone a 360-degree makeover. If you have an interior plan in hand, there is a fan to suit it. All things given, it becomes important to choose the right ceiling fan to add the right zing to the overall aesthetics of your space. Let us look into some key factors to keep in mind while selecting a ceiling fan.
- Sweep Size
It is important to consider the size of the room in which you are going to install the ceiling fan as you will not want one that fails to circulate enough air inside the room. To be certain about the right sized fan, you can use a measuring stick to calculate the dimensions of the room and choose the blade span accordingly. Blade span is the diameter of the circle their spinning blades create, also called the “sweep.”
- Energy Efficiency
In today’s world, people are aware about the quality electrical appliances available that improve energy efficiency and help them save on the electricity bill. If you too want to beat the heat but keep the utility bills in check, opt for the energy efficient BLDC range of fans that come with the different options of designs and features.
- Noise Level
Can you imagine a situation where you have bought the ceiling fan, love the design and look of it but cannot live with the fact that it creates too much noise? Worry not, as the ceiling fans nowadays are smartly designed as they come with aerodynamically designed fans that make minimum noise when functioning.
- Air Delivery
The amount of airflow or air delivery a ceiling fan can produce per minute is most commonly measured in cubic feet per minute, or CFM. CFM is the most common form of measurement when speaking about ventilation, heating, and cooling.
- Anti- Dust
One of the biggest problems in metro cities is dust accumulation. It is essential to keep our houses clean and dust free. The Crompton Avancer Prime- Anti Dust makes life easier as it is coated with Nano Technology paint which is hydrophobic. Anti-dust fans are said to reduce the dust collection by 50% as compared to the ordinary ceiling fan.
- Built And Finish
The Crompton range of ceiling fans is made from a variety of materials. When it comes to finishes there is a surfeit of options to choose from, including laminated veneers, solid wood, metallic, electroplated, rustic, PU finish and what not – you name it and there is one. There are even the Crompton Super Premium Fans that come with built-in light feature. So you can choose the finish and colour which blends best with your interiors.