Adding a ceiling fan is a great way to lower cooling costs

Next, the HVAC worker suggested installing an indoor fan to help circulate the cool air in summer

My grandfather is one of those men who believe in living in the countryside. He barely went to the city and would complain the whole time he was there. He said he felt physically ill being away from his beloved animals and crops. I think he just loved the slower pace of life. After my nana passed away, we all got a bit worried about him. It took 3 hours to drive to his farm so we rarely went to see him. As he grew older, his health wasn’t the best and he could no longer take care of the animals. So, my mom convinced him to sell the farm and move in with us. It took another year of pleading until he finally gave in. We live outside the city so it wasn’t so bad, and we had a few chickens and a goat that he loved. That first summer, grandpa found mom complaining about the high cooling costs she had to pay. It seemed the cooling bill was getting higher each year. Grandpa said he had dealt with a similar issue back at the farm and an HVAC worker helped him out. He had insisted grandpa call him twice a year to service the cooling and heating units. That would keep them working effectively and essentially lower the electric bill. Next, the HVAC worker suggested installing an indoor fan to help circulate the cool air in summer. That way, we didn’t have to run the cooling system all day to keep the house comfortable. Mom took his suggestions to heart and that first month we actually saw a drop in the cooling costs.
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