Cool and quiet, bedrooms should be soothing spaces. And a ceiling fan can make hot, sticky summer nights so much more comfortable. When shopping for a bedroom ceiling fan you’ll find they differ so much in price that it’s easy to get caught up in price versus power. Think of it this way, pay a little more for a fan with enough power to move the air, and while your rooms are even more comfortable, you’ll save a whole lot more on your air conditioning bill. So compare motors first. Then move on to blades. Blades determine the amount of air being circulated in a room. Make sure they are well made and sealed or they’ll warp pretty quickly. Read more about buying ceiling fans here.