Have you ever walked into a house and thought, “What is that delicious smell?” Conversely, have you ever had the opposite experience where you crinkled your nose and wanted to turn around and walk back out?
Now a ceiling fan won’t fix the smell of a dirty room, but it can help manage some causes of smell. According to World Issues 360,
“Air that is circulated throughout the room is kept fresher and less humid, possibly helping to eliminate mold and mildew and musty smells in the room. Ceiling fans are also a great help in drying out furniture and carpets that have been shampooed.”
Of course, we don’t want to circulate all smells, but as mentioned above you can mange those not-so-nice smells with a ceiling fan. Keep the air moving to manage moisture. Keeping things drier will prevent the opportunity for mold and mildew to grow and avoid nasty smells. Speaking of smells, how about some nicer ones???
Ahhhhh….the smell of baking bread, a roast in the oven, or roasted vegetables lightly tossed in olive oil, salt, and pepper. How about the smell of freshly baked chocolate cookies? Some of these probably bring back memories of a loved one. Imagine if you could make that smell move a little beyond the kitchen. By installing a ceiling fan in a nearby room, you can circulate the air (and the smells)!
Create an inviting space for family and friends, which is comfortable in temperature, humidity, and friendly to the nose. All your loved ones will want to spend time with you at your place!