Exhale Bladeless Ceiling Fan With Light - I always wondered why the older ceiling fans did not have a reverse button. The people that designed those fans, simply too stupid to consider used inverse in winter?
During winter, when you make use of the central heating system, the warm air coming out of the registers, in each room, will naturally rise and because the registers are up high already, the hot air will assemble in the ceiling level and slowly work its way down toward floor level. The heating unit runs before the temperature is comfortable at the reduced amounts of the rooms. But by the time this happens, it will be quite hot in the ceiling level.
But what if there clearly was a strategy to get this hot air down to the lower levels where we live. The heating unit would not have to work long as well as the savings on our utility bill could be substantial. This mix would essentially equalize the temperature at floor and ceiling levels, which means that the heat would not be squandered keeping the ceilings warm.
But someone said the draft produced by the ceiling fans will be too much for winter months. So someone else said "well, let's simply reverse the ceiling fans and allow the air blow up until it hits the ceiling and then it'll go flat in all ways until it hits the walls. Until it hits the floor, then it's going to come down vertically. Now it is going to travel, toward the center of the space, back in at floor level and then back up to the ceiling fan.