Installing some ceiling fans could be a good idea you can try to use the moment you feel that your electrical bills get exponentially higher due to use of air conditioning units. Sure, both the AC unit and the fan use electricity to work, but the energy consumption of a ceiling fan is far lower than that of an AC unit. Plus, as the fan relies on stirring up the surrounding air to cool a room down, it does not release any cooling agent to the environment the way an AC unit does so you get a point in taking part in the green movement.
Versatility is one of the selling points of ceiling fans. And AC unit requires a sealed shut room to work properly, making it utterly pointless to install one outdoor. You may argue that being exposed to the outside world, your porches or pergola does not need a cooling system. However, you never know when an exterior part of your house requires a specific treatment to get it all in check. A spot that is too moist might need attention and an outdoor ceiling fan can help contribute to making everything balanced.
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