It is a rather smart idea to focus on installing a ceiling fan rather than pretentiously and vainly relying on air-conditioning and HVAC systems and the like. Ceiling fan installations take the cake when it comes to saving electricity, power or energy, whatever you would like to call it. You could have a ceiling fan installed to every room of the house and it would not have made a jot of a difference. Because it will still be utilising substantially less electricity, power or energy, call it what you will, and for however long you choose to keep the ceiling fan.
Residential room occupants as well as commercial customers generally do feel a lot cooler when under the breeze of a range of ceiling fans. They may well feel that it is nice. It is nice that the air is being cooled by the ceiling fan. Actually, it is not. But the ceiling fan does cool the body. It does this by disrupting a stagnant layer of air that surrounds the body. This also helps to prevent heat loss. Another good advantage of using cool ceiling fans is that they generally do not use a lot of electricity.
Comparatively speaking, whichever amount of electricity they are using is substantially less than that being used by air conditioners, HVAC systems and the like. On the average, the ceiling fans are using between fifteen to ninety watts of energy per hour. And the costs incurred are resultantly a lot less as well. Here you are talking about a mere cent. And comparatively speaking, ceiling fans could save between four to eight percent on cooling costs than that possible when using air conditioners. So it goes that it is a rather smart idea to start using a ceiling fan.