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Is there a fan in your room?

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I have one in my room for while I sleep during summer and when I have my pellet stove on during winter since insulation sucks in my house. That's when I have it set on low for obvious reasons.

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Got a really old fan from the year 2000's collecting dust in my room  :adorkable: I'm not sure if it is even working anymore :o

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I prefer lower temperatures than the average person, so I have four fans in my room. I really, REALLY hate being hot.  :okiedokieloki:

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You bet there is one. Summer is too hot, and we don't have AC here. This fan is the only thing keeping me alive. :bedeyes:

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Yeah and I'm gonna have to start using it again soon. Spring's started and it's beginning to heat up. I can't sleep while feeling hot, it's just so distracting and discomforting. 

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There's a fan in my room. I keep it on all the time because my room gets hot quickly for some reason...

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I also have a fan in my room that is on at all times, my room is rather small and living in a flat it gets incredibly hot in here very quickly.

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I live in a fairly new house (built in 2008), so we don't have any fans, instead we have ducted air conditioning. Thank god too because it's far more effective than fans.

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I always have a fan inside my room, I live in a really hot wooden duplex house, so I need that fan for cooling. If I don't have a cooling fan, I get really uncomfortable, and I do not get a good sleep. 

 

 

Whoever is reading this, have a nice day! :3

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There is, yeah. I can't do without it in the summer, considering I live in a top apartment so I'm right beneath the roof. On a warm day it'll get above 30 degrees Celsius inside.

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Fans are for the weak. In British Summertime, I open my window slightly if it's above twenty degrees.  ^_^ No need for fans in my room! A warm radiator would be more useful since we're coming up to winter!

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I live in a two story brick home that is in a private estate that was built on the foundations of a old school. It was completed around (1998) and has a central air conditioner vent system. It's ok but uses a lot of power especially on a 40© degree day in summer. And conveniently there is a air conditioner vent in my room. :)

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yes i have one cealing fan and AC

 

it get very cold quickly

 

some time I sleep with both on it get very very HOT in the tropical

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I have a desk fan that I take out for about 2-3 weeks of the summer, after which it goes straight back into the closet. Hey, it doesn't really get that hot here. :P

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It's really humid and hot where I live, a fan wouldn't cut it. So I have an AC instead ^ ^

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I don't have any air-conditioning in my residence, so I do keep a fan in my room. Although, sometimes that isn't enough to sustain me - especially during the Summer.

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There is one now, and man am I relieved. The fan is a lifesaver in this heat, especially since my room tends to get awfully overheated in the summer. :yeahno: Now the fan has been blowing air in my face for days and I love that.

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Air Con and Fans don't really have any point in a Scottish home...
For us having fans are like Aussies having a radiator

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3 minutes ago, Sherbert Music-Guard said:

For us having fans are like Aussies having a radiator

Well, I'm Australian and I have a radiator. Call me crazy.

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3 minutes ago, Cash In said:

Well, I'm Australian and I have a radiator. Call me crazy.

I genuinely didn't know Australlians needed radiators

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1 minute ago, Sherbert Music-Guard said:

I genuinely didn't know Australlians needed radiators

Winter can be pretty bad in some areas - Especially the one I reside in.

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Just now, Cash In said:

Winter can be pretty bad in some areas - Especially the one I reside in.

we get 0, sometime -15 or more celcius!
We often only get winter (thankfully not this year) but our summers are only like 20-30 celcius if we're lucky

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The answer is very simple

"No"

3 hours ago, Sherbert Music-Guard said:

I genuinely didn't know Australlians needed radiators

You should have stated a tropical country, like mine. Radiators are very useless here since the average temperature is about 25-34°C everyday.

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I am a fan of fans. That's why I have 23 of them.

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