Reasons to pick a ceiling ventilator A ventilator mounted on the ceiling is often the most effective way to ensure air circulation. Aside from allowing a more central placement, there’s space for bigger blades on the ceiling than there would be on the floor or a table.
A ceiling ventilator breaks up the warm air that often gathers under the ceiling. The ventilator can also be used to distribute the heat in bigger rooms, where the hot air would normally rise and settle under the ceiling. Picking a ceiling ventilator with a built-in lamp means that you don’t have to choose between good air circulation and good lighting—you just need to find the space for a single appliance.
Ceiling ventilators for bedrooms and work Use a ceiling ventilator in rooms where you spend a lot of time, such as the bedroom, office, or living room, to achieve a better indoor environment. Use the ventilator to break up the heavy air that causes tiredness and headaches. You can also use ventilators to distribute heat throughout the house by placing it near sources or heat or by big windows.
Ceiling ventilators with light and remote controls We tend to associate ceiling ventilators with nostalgia and cosy memories. Over time, the designs have developed greatly. Some have a hint of nostalgia while others have pivoted towards modern and minimalist expressions. The traditional cord that was once used to turn ventilators on and off has been swapped for modern technology. On top of being a practical combination of ventilation and lighting, most ventilators come with remote controls.
The features vary but it’s often possible to stop, start, and adjust the rotation speed without getting up. The same goes for the light, which can be turned on and off or dimmed with the remote control.