How to Pick the Perfect Wall Mounted Fan

These days just about every home contains some type of air conditioning; it can be central air running throughout your house or individual air conditioning units in predetermined windows in various rooms. If you are overly selective in which area of your home you are cooling off, it can become very costly. Good solutions to this sticky situation are wall mounted fans.

Prices can vary from just under $50 to well close to $2,500 for the more complex and unique wall fans. They can be osculating or non-osculating depending upon preference.

A TPI wall mounted fan can be mounted in any room of your choice that necessitates a smidgen more when it attempting to cool it off. This twenty inch fan will certainly be able to assist in that while trimming down both energy consumption and electric costs. With this three bladed, ball bearing motor it promises a high longevity with optimal operation. And, although this particular wall fan is non-oscillating it does have a swing-action arm for easy angle positioning and operates with a two speed pull chain.

Most wall mounted fans are fairly simple to install and this one is no different. With tools at bare minimum and a step stool if mounting beyond your reach, it should take no time at all. Hint: power screwdrivers and power drills, for that matter power anything – make a chore go faster! It is always important to read manufacturer’s direction before installing your wall fan. For less or no vibration be sure to find a stud you can mount it on.

Another example would be the Punkah Wall Mount. This is a tropical-African style fan with wide oval palm leaf blades that can be found in such places as hotels, resorts and restaurants…but that does not mean it can not grace the wall of your dinning room. When mounted, this one-of-a-kind fan will leisurely sway from one side to the other circulating a cool breeze to all sections of your room, keeping you comfortable while providing a touch of sophistication.

You will need to purchase it in single segments and then attach them together. Obviously the first segment should include the motor and then depending upon the size and design of your wall you can add anywhere up to five individual sections. It holds a five star quality rating with a quiet, smooth motor and is available in antique brass, polished brass and pewter.

We all know that air conditioning, central or not cause your electric bill to rise. With a wall fan a little of this cost can be deferred. There are times that it can be less expensive to buy a wall mounted fan than to replace that broken-down window air conditioner.