One of the best ways to save energy this summer is with a fan. It helps keep your home cool, using a fraction of the electricity your AC does. What’s the best fan brand for your home? Here are a few of our favorite options.
- Dyson Pure Air Purifier. This fan doesn’t just circulate and cool the air; it also purifies. With a HEPA filter, it removes dust, pollen, and even smoke. It also connects to your Wi-Fi for smartphone control. Full disclosure: It’s the most expensive fan brand model on this list, but it does its job well and can save you money in the long run.
- Lasko Wind Curve. Cost-effective and space-efficient, this oscillating tower fan is whisper quiet, making it a great choice for your bedroom to keep you cool while you sleep. Rather than an air filter, it disperses ions which bond with dust particles and remove them from the air. Remote controlled, it has three speeds and can be set on a timer.
- Amazon Basics 3-Speed Fan. Very inexpensive, this fan is super effective at cooling small rooms. There aren’t any extra features, and the fan doesn’t oscillate (though it does tilt). It’s just a bare-bones fan that does what it’s supposed to do and does it well, i.e., keeping your room cool.
- Vornado VFAN. This stand fan is more costly but provides great air circulation. It’s durable with superior quality and comes with a five-year guarantee. The design is simple but optimized for maximum performance, including noise levels, air circulation, and general cooling ability. Standing on a pedestal, the fan’s height can be adjusted from 42 to 55 inches.
- Honeywell Quietset. Honeywell is one of the top names when it comes to home cooling. This tower fan provides what others have described as a gentle spring breeze through your home. It also comes with a dimming feature and an auto shut-off to improve temperature regulation and save energy.
For help choosing the best fan brand for your home, contact us at Mowery Heating, Cooling and Plumbing. We provide quality home-comfort solutions about your fan brand and everything else to the Indianapolis area.