Summer Winter Mode

Summer will become a distant memory, after that, we will on our way into the colder months, but this does not mean it is time to turn off your ceiling fan. In fact, your ceiling fan can help you save energy costs and help you stay warm!

Why do you need to use the Ceiling Fan Reverse Function?

We all know that hot air will rise. In winter, we will perceive that all the warm and comfortable air will be trapped near the roof! Ceiling fan manufacturers will add a practical function to most modern ceiling fans to help inhale warm air in winter! Most ceiling fans have a summer/winter switch on the hub of the ceiling fan. This button allows you to change the direction of the ceiling fan. When you turn the fan upside down, it draws the cooler air upwards, allowing the warmer air near the ceiling to circulate downwards back to the lower half of the room. This will effectively prevent warm air from gathering near the ceiling and avoid people in the room being surrounded by cool air, especially when they are sitting or lying down. Ceiling fans installed in winter will help to evenly heat the space. You can use this function to set the thermostat lower to save your heating costs!

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Smart Ceiling Fan with Reversal Function

How the Ceiling Fan Keep Your House Ventilated?

A ceiling fan at home can help maintain air circulation. It is also crucial when the windows are closed tightly in winter. Ceiling fans can keep the air fresh, and we absolutely need this when we can’t stay outside as much as we want and the weather is too cold to keep the windows open.

We are now launching smart ceiling fans, all of them with summer and winter modes, allowing you to achieve one-button operation via remote control or mobile app in any season. Our ceiling fan is also very quiet because our ceiling fan uses a BLDC motor. After closing the windows, you will rarely hear outside noises, and you will hardly hear the noises made by our fans. Our ceiling fans are also environmentally friendly, have low operating costs, and require very little maintenance, so you can run them with confidence throughout the year.

Do you need a new ceiling fan to keep you warm in winter and cool in summer? Take a look at our website, we have fans of styles that suit almost any taste, and we can provide OEM or ODM.
Remember, if you feel cold in winter, just run the fan in a clockwise direction at a lower setting. You will see and feel the benefits in terms of comfort, air quality, and heating costs!

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Are you looking for a cost-effective way to warm your home in winter?

Heating bills can be expensive and winters are becoming colder each year. A solution to both of these problems is to use your ceiling fan in winter.

Ceiling fans are much more energy-efficient than heaters. This means they are cheaper to run and friendlier to the environment.

Not only that, but they are actually very effective at keeping your home warm. However, there’s a good chance you don’t know why that is. So let us explain it to you!


In order to know why you should use your fan in winter, you need to know something about how a fan works.

Normally, fan rotation will push air downwards. The breeze that it creates works to take heat away from the surface of your body.

It’s important to remember that a fan doesn’t actually change the temperature of the air. It just moves it around.

However, one thing that does constantly change the temperature of the air around it is the human body. Humans constantly expend energy which produces heat. So, if one or more people are in a room, the room temperature will increase.

The problem is that hot air always rises. In winter, this is a bad thing because it means that the coldest air in the room is always at the bottom, all around you.

A ceiling fan can work to take cold air from the lower part of a room and push it against the warm air at the top. This will make the hot air move sideways and flow down the walls of the room.


You should have a ceiling fan setting for winter. There should be a separate switch on the ceiling fan, or on the wall control. This will reverse the direction in which the fan blades rotate. Now, the fan will take up cold air and push the hot air down into the room.

If you are wondering how to change your ceiling fan direction without a switch, this is also possible. If you don’t have a specific ceiling fan for winter (with a reverse function), you can simply reverse the blades yourself.

To do this, just get on a chair, pull each blade out, and reinsert it into the dock facing the other way.


We always have to keep two things in balance in winter: keeping ourselves and our family warm, while also keeping the bills as low as possible.

There are a number of different positives to using a ceiling fan in winter. Not only will you be able to keep your family warm, but you will also be able to do so at a really low cost while being kind to the environment.

To help you find other ways to stay warm (or cool) in your home with maximum energy efficiency, check out more of our great articles!




So you’ve jumped on the bandwagon and bought yourself some smart ceiling fans. Great move!

However, this is just the start. Now it’s time to learn how to use that smart ceiling fan control and get your fan hooked up with some of your other smart home devices. Here are some tips to help you get started.


The most basic way to operate your smart fan is through the remote control that comes with it. While this is a simple option, it will come in handy if your phone battery dies or your WiFi goes out. These are typically pre-paired with the already-wired remote receiver so all you need to do is pick it up and use it.

Even if this isn’t going to be your primary way to operate the fan, it’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with the basic functions.


Another option is to install a ceiling fan smart switch. This will work the same way the remote does, but it’s wired into the wall. You might find this is a better option if you don’t’ want to deal with the hassle of looking for a remote.

A good smart switch will allow you to control most of the functions of the fan right from the wall. Often, this is a separate accessory that you’ll need to purchase in addition to your fan.


Most smart fans connect via WiFi and/or Bluetooth and work with a smartphone app. It’s usually best to use the fan manufacturer’s app, but there are also several good universal remote apps that you can use to control your fan and other devices all in one place. Choosing this option adds extra convenience and can simplify your life.


By far, the most popular way to integrate your smart fan into your smart home is to use a smart hub – like Amazon Alexa, Google Home, or Apple HomeKit. This allows you to control your fan with easy voice commands.

Even better, you can use these hubs to set up schedules and routines. This allows you to turn the fan and light on and off (or up and down) at certain times of the day and also integrate the fan’s function with other smart devices.

For example, you can use Alexa to set up a “good night” routine that turns down the fan, turns off the light, draws down the shades, and turns on ambient sounds. Talk about the ultimate convenience!


Now that you know exactly how to integrate your smart ceiling fans with the rest of your smart home devices, you’re in for a real treat! In fact, there’s a good chance you’ll love it so much that you’ll want even more smart fans and accessories.

We’ve got you covered, and it won’t break the bank! Check out our deal of the day today.



Did you know that your bedroom should be about 60 to 67 degrees Fahrenheit while sleeping? If you’ve ever slept in a hot room, you know how uncomfortable and difficult it can be.

One great way to keep your room at a good temperature is with a ceiling fan. Today, ceiling fans are more high-tech than ever. With easy controls and features, they’re a great way to functionally furnish a bedroom.

Are you looking for one to upgrade your room? Keep reading our guide on how to choose a ceiling fan for your bedroom.


A bedroom ceiling fan is a great way to regulate air in your room. It’s capable of keeping you cool in the summer and, in the winter, it can keep the warm air moving around.

Traditional fans need switches and look a little outdated. Smart ceiling fans are a newer technology that can keep up to your speed. A stylish master bedroom ceiling fan is great for adding a unique look to your room.


In order for your ceiling fan to be effective, you need to choose the correct size for your room. But what size of ceiling fan is right for yours?

If your room is less than 150 square feet, you might consider a fan between 40″ to 48″. For a room that’s 150-225 square feet, you should go with a fan no smaller than 50″ to 58″. A room that’s 400 square feet or under can have many fans that work together.

Ceiling height can also affect the size of fan that you need. For example, a rule of thumb for high ceilings is to go with a fan that is one size larger than you would need typically.


Regular ceiling fans have limited features. You have to walk to the switch to turn on the fan or its lights.

Smart fans take this to the next level. Not only can you turn on and off the lights, but they’re also dimmable. The customization is nice, but what’s even better is that it can be controlled from your phone.

The same goes for the settings of the fan. Often, there are different settings to control speeds and energy consumption.

This means that you can always have the fan on optimal settings when sleeping or just relaxing. You can do it all from your bed!


Design styles change all the time. You may remember ceiling fans in a grandparent’s house that wouldn’t fit into a bedroom today.

When choosing a ceiling fan, it’s important to pick one that will last you a while with your current design. You’ll want to pick one that fits the aesthetic of your room. Ready to Choose Your Next Smart Ceiling Fan?

Now that you know how to choose a ceiling fan, you should know about the best.

We offer some of the most high-tech fan solutions available on the market. If you’re looking for a stylish and functional smart ceiling fan for your bedroom, check out our products to find the right one for you!