I have a ceiling fan in the center of my cathedral ceiling cape style home, almost directly over the living room woodstove. The fan has two speeds and pushes air from the ceiling downward. Somewhere on this forum I have read about reversing direction of the fan so that the fan pulls air UP towards the ceiling and my guess would be the air would then follow along the roof line upside down V of the ceiling and "push" the warm air downward along the back and front walls of the house. Do I have this right? Secondly, how do I reverse the direction of the ceiling fan? It's basically wired to a simple wall switch. it's 110V AC. Seems to me reversing the wires wouldn't do a thing? Any advice on that question? Thanks guys! Anything for better/more air flow.