When we choose a designer fan in Singapore for our home, consider the blade count. There are many advantages to having a 3 blade ceiling fan as opposed to fans with more blades. This article will investigate what makes the 3 blade ceiling fan the best choice.
Added value and aesthetic
Enhance the aesthetic of our home with a ceiling fan. If we have wooden floors, a ceiling fan with wood accents would complement our decor. If we have brushed nickel fixtures, consider a brushed nickel fan.
Central air conditioning is trendy because it is inexpensive to run and service. A ceiling fan can further reduce the cost. If we are running traditional air conditioning we will notice that using a ceiling fan will decrease unit use. This is because we can adjust the speed of the fan and they need very little power to operate.
The blade rotation of a 3 blade ceiling fan is the minimum we need in order to properly circulate air through the home. Air distribution goes hand in hand with saving money on electric.
In the winter time, several ceiling fans working in unison will circulate the warmth throughout the home. This means we can turn the heat off sooner, thus saving us money. The reverse applies in the summer months. In the fall, we can leave the windows open and the ceiling fans will draw in the air and circulate it. Research has proven that the use of a 3 blade ceiling fan will lower the temperature of a room by a minimum of 4 degrees.
Dynamic blade balance and rotation
When we purchase a ceiling fan that has 3 blades, as opposed to 4 or more, we are getting a fan that is perfectly balanced. Even though this does not sound like much it adds up in pennies over the course of a year. When a ceiling fan is balanced properly it means that it takes much less power in order to rotate the fan blades. The less power that the ceiling fan uses equals the more money that the ceiling fan will save us in the long run. Air conditioners will run for shorter periods of time as will heaters.
3 Blade ceiling fans are cheaper
When we are out looking to buy ceiling fans we may be tempted to purchase the fanciest fan we can find as long as it matches our decor. There is also this notion that bigger is better but this is not so for ceiling fans. A 3 blade fan not only runs with less power but costs less to buy. Manufacturers rely on the “bigger is better” as a selling tool in hopes that a buyer will purchase ceiling fans with 4, 5, or even 6 blades. These cost much more than a 3 blade unit but they also are not properly balanced and cost more to operate. To read more about ceiling fan price in Singapore click here.