adelias. Ceiling Fan. December 18th , 2017.
Dusting a ceiling fan or changing a lightbulb on an 8' ceiling is no big deal – pull up a stool or chair and do the thing and you're done. But vaulted ceilings require a bit more. Some vaulted ceilings are so high, in fact, that even changing a lightbulb requires the professionals. Consider this fact before you jump into the vaulted ceiling world with both feet.
Ceiling fans come in a variety of finishes. The most common options include enamel, wood and metal. When choosing the fan for your home, make sure it has a finish that's fade and scratch resistant so you can enjoy it for a long time. Brass is a great option.
On days that are cold (or hot, in summertime), the larger spaces created by vaulted ceilings require more energy to heat (or cool down). This decrease in energy efficiency can be considered a waste and unnecessarily expensive, because no one really “uses” that extra air up there.
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