Winter Ceiling Fan Guide
Ceiling fans on winter mode will rotate clockwise. This setting is best used on a low speed as the aim is not to create airflow, rather to gently push down the hottest air in the room that is above the fan (ie at the top of the ceiling, due to hot air rising). This is achieved by the fan sucking air below it up (the exact opposite of what it does in summer anti-clockwise mode), and consequently the air above getting pushed down. This will work in any space, and will be particularly useful in properties with high ceilings that normally lose a lot of hot air to the top of the room.