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August 3rd, 2007 at 11:26 pm

Well, I have had my ceiling fan up for just about a month and I got my power bill today--it only came in about $18 less than last month. (a 9% reduction) I was really hoping for a bigger differnce but I guess $18 is better than nothing. It is also the hottest part of summer so it may be a losing battle regardless of cost cutting measures.
I still enjoy the fan so it was worth the cost even if I dont save money on the power bill

6 Responses to “ceiling fan effect”

  1. Amber Says:

    I did not know ceiling fans help with the electric

  2. jennlem Says:

    It helps because I can keep the A/C at a higher temp (78) because it cools the room. Normally I would turn the AC down to 73-74 at night to sleep cooling the entire house. Now I can keep it at 78 and the bedroom feels like 74

  3. rduell Says:

    As we have been remodeling our house we have added a ceiling fan in each room and it really does help. We have not used our AC yet this summer.

  4. Carolina Bound Says:

    I think an $18 difference is pretty good!

  5. jennlem Says:

    $18 is a good difference I was just hoping for more but I will take it!

  6. Amber Says:

    thanks, I think I will look into them

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