What direction are the blades of a ceiling fan supposed to go in the winter?
someone who is a lot smarter than me (which includes a whole lot of people) told me that in cool weather, allow the air to be drawn up, so as to force the warmer air downward along the walls... in short, opposite of the summertime...;-)
You switch the blades in the winter? Learn something new everyday.....
There sopposed to pull air up to the ceiling
Opposite way than summer, there should be a black switch in the fan somewhere.
This is a long debated subject....on a tall ceiling,blowing down pushes the warm air down,but on a low ceiling I prefer to just leave it off...it seems to just create a draft.
there's usually a setting that says summer or winter. hot air rises so you want to draw it down