All this really warm spring weather has many people already thinking of ways to save on the air conditioning bills this summer. Are you one of them?
If so, personal fans and battery-operated fans may be just what you need to stay cool.
Oklahoma can be miserably hot through the summer so it should come as no surprise that keeping cool is often on the minds of people there. The Tulsa World newspaper suggests using fans with your air conditioning to get through the heat.
Raising the temperature on the thermostat to 78 degrees may sound unreasonable, but combine that with the use of ceiling and other fans makes sense. Improving the air circulation improves the temperature of a room.
Here at AirFlow Technology we understand how that can improve the comfort level in a room. The AirFlow Breeze register vent booster fan helps to circulate air from the HVAC system into a room, which helps maintain a comfortable temperature and reduces the frequency the HVAC runs - saving energy and money - and making residents comfortable!
Anyway, Tulsa World editor Phil Mulkins suggests that the evaporative effects of blowing air are just what is needed to cool the inside of your home. He says letting a fan blow on you after a shower can give you a chill, even on the hottest days of the year. Harness that idea to decrease the temperature on the thermostat and stay comfortable.
Small, battery operated personal fans can go with you everywhere. There's no need to swelter - or pay huge utility bills to stay cool this summer. Get the air moving around you and you'll feel the difference!
-Elaine of the AirFlow Technology Blog Team
The AirFlow Breeze booster fan keeps air circulating in rooms automatically. It blends into the decor and is very quiet. You won't even realize it's there while it saves energy and money on your monthly utility bill!