Here’s a Do Just One Thing tip worth repeating: Make sure your ceiling fan is circulating in the right direction. When it gets cooler outside, make sure the blades of the fan are running clockwise to help push the warm air down from the ceiling to you. When it’s hot outside, flip the switch so they run counter-clockwise to help push cool air down. If your ceiling fan is also an overhead light, be sure to replace the bulbs with energy-efficient LED bulbs. And as always, when you’re not in a room, turn the ceiling fan off to save energy.
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