Which way is the ceiling fan supposed to go in the winter [to help spread the heat]? Mine currently goes counterclockwise so I assume clockwise is for winter but I wasn't sure. I assume all fan blades go the same way [left side higher than the right] because I guess this determines which way the air is pushed.
Enough of my pseudophysics, which way is for winter???
EDIT- thanks guys, clockwise it is!!! all ceiling fan's I've ever had [here in Florida anyway] have a switch on the side that you use to change the direction. Thanks for your help!