At summertime, one of the biggest concerns for both home owners and employees is keeping cool, while staying away from the sun in order to avoid heatstroke. Since many people get sick from overheating, the decision regarding what kind of cooling method to use becomes a real challenge. Some buy air conditioning systems, while the other stick to the classical fans. So let’s take a look at both systems.
Air conditioning systems
Air conditioners cool down a closed space by refrigerating the air within it. By means of a refrigerant gas, the heat from the room is absorbed and moved elsewhere, most time outside that room. In the process the air becomes cooler. The air conditioners helps keep under control the humidity level of the air while improving the comfort level of inhabitants. Air conditioners are multifunctional, being able to heat a room in cold seasons.
Ceiling fans are mechanical fans powered by electrical energy that circulate air through rotating paddles. As we all know the cooler air tends to be at the bottom of a room, while hotter air rises towards the ceiling. The air moving gives the impression of a cooler ambiance in the room by eliminating the stratification of air. However, ceiling fans do not actually cool the air within a room. They only create an overdraft giving the sensation that the room is cooler.
Energy consumption versus flexibility
You don’t need to ask a company providing commercial electrical services to know that air conditioners consume substantially more power than ceiling fans do. However, air conditioners are more versatile and you can use them in more ways than one. Air conditioners increase the comfort level of inhabitants, but do have their own health issues. Also, due to the technological evolution, air conditioners are becoming more and more energy efficient.
Health and environmental issues
In some cases, if not treated properly, air-conditioning systems support the multiplication of microorganisms. However, with proper cleansing, this health hazard can be avoided. Excessive air conditioning can lead to the dryness of skin and can even cause dehydration. Ceiling fans, on the other hand, create an overdraft, so sensitive people will experience headaches, toothaches or worse.
The production of electricity used to operate air conditioners and ceiling fans affects the environment. The ceiling fan has less impact on the environment since air conditioning systems also use refrigerants that contribute to global warming by depleting the ozone layer.
Air conditioning systems take longer to install, not to mention you have to make a big hole in the wall where you want to install the appliance. When installing a ceiling fan, you only need to seek out a company providing electrical services and the job will be done in a matter of minutes. There are pros and cons for both appliances. So choose wisely. Visit this link http://perthelectricalandfire.com.au/fremantle/ for more details on electrical services in Fremantle.