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Installing a Climate Control Fan

Installing a Climate Control Fan By Shea Richardson
HIPhome Columnist
December 31, 1969

There are several spaces in your home that would really benefit from a climate control fan. From bathrooms to closets, installing a climate control fan is an easy and inexpensive project that will make the smaller spaces in your home much more bearable. Let's take a close look.

A climate control fan is a small fan that can be installed in any space to give you a cooler environment. Versatile and affordable, the climate control fan uses a very small amount of energy and can be positioned to your exact specifications. Your climate control fan will usually have a timer that will allow you to control when it is running. Let's take a look at some of the more common places that you might consider installing a climate control fan.

Climate Control Fan Locations:

  • Bathroom. Many people install a climate control fan in the bathroom to reduce the leftover steam from a hot shower that may cause them to sweat.
  • Closet. Closets, especially walk-in closets, are a good location for a climate control fan to ease the temperature if they are not cooled.
  • Attic. Working in the attic for any length of time can be incredibly hot and draining. A climate control fan will ease your suffering.

Installing a climate control fan is an easy process that can be completed in a few hours. Follow your manufacturer's instructions precisely in order to get the maximum results from your project. Here are some general reminders that need to be considered when you attempt to install your climate control fan.

Installing the Climate Control Fan:

  • Location. You should check to be sure that the location you choose to install your climate control fan is large enough for the fan casing and that there is an electrical outlet nearby.
  • Fastening. Fasten the casing of the climate control fan firmly to the setting so that it is secure and will not pull away once it is turned on.
  • Wiring. Your wiring should be tight and not touch any part of the surroundings. This will avoid fires due to sparking.

Following these suggestions, and investing in a climate control fan, will save you both time and money.

About the Author
An accomplished educator and writer, Shea Richardson has several years of teaching experience in the Georgia public school system. She holds a degree in Education from Georgia State University and specializes in topics spanning technology, education, and group dynamics.

*Before you apply any of the advice described on the Hip-home.com website, you should consider if the advice is safe and suitable for your individual home situation and consult experts as necessary to evaluate the suitability for your circumstances.
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