What direction does the ceiling fan go in the winter?
In the winter, ceiling fans should rotate clockwise at a low speed to pull cool air up. The gentle updraft pushes warm air, which naturally rises to the ceiling, down along the walls and back the floor.
In winter, the ceiling fan should turn clockwise which will push warm air back down into the room without a windy effect.
A ceiling fan should turn clockwise in the winter to pull hot air down to floor level.
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