While air conditioners are nice, they’re often expensive and they eat electricity. Window fans provide an alternate way to enjoy a hot day even while indoors. This simple staple of easy living circulates air through a room. Combined with fans operating in reverse to vent air from other parts of the house, they create a steady, pleasant breeze to create comfortable, inviting spaces. Window fans are often much quieter than air conditioners, and they’re perfect for bedrooms where oppressive heat might already make sleeping difficult. When cooler days finally arrive, window fans are easy to remove and store—at least until the next heatwave rolls through town.
Three speeds and quiet operation. Amazon
With twin 9-inch Bluetooth-enabled airflow blades, the Lasko fan is designed to draw cool air in and send warm air out, circulating air throughout a house or apartment. You can even control it from your phone, so you never need to worry about losing a remote. Using the built-in expanders, the fan fits windows 24 to 32 inches wide.
Powered by a 1/6 horse-power motor. Amazon
This large, single-blade fan is powered by a three-speed, 1/6-horsepower motor. At high power, it moves 3,560 cubic feet of air per minute. Air King’s Storm Guard feature lets you close your window in the event of a storm without having to remove the fan first, making it a convenient solution in areas prone to inclement weather. It fits windows 27-inches to 38-inches wide and 26.25-inches tall, and plugs into a standard electrical outlet.
Can Be Mounted Horizontally Or Vertically
When you don’t want to obstruct your views. Amazon
With three blades that are only six-inches high, this window fan reduces window obstruction so sunlight can pour in and you keep your lovely views. Use the control knob to select three different speeds, while a manual thermostat helps maintain a consistent comfort level. What’s more, it’s designed to be mounted either horizontally or vertically for maximum flexibility.