Everyone knows that ceiling fans are a great way to stay cool in the summer, but did you know that they can also help keep you warm in winter?


Normally, ceiling fans rotate counterclockwise, pushing air down and producing a slight wind chill effect, allowing you to feel cooler. However, most ceiling fans have a reverse switch that will enable them to turn clockwise, producing an updraft and moving the warm air that collects near your ceiling down into the rest of the room.