PrincessMommy Posted February 22, 2012 Share Posted February 22, 2012 We moved into our new house in Jan. and it has a very tall vaulted/cathedral ceiling without a fan. It can get quite toasty upstairs but down in the room with the vaulted ceiling (and hard-wood floors) it can be quite chilly. I've heard that having a ceiling fan can help distribute the air a bit better. Is that true? Will I notice a difference in the winter? Or, is it only helpful in the summer? TIA. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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