Ceiling fans can provide cool are in the summer and move warm in the winter. They are efficient and cost very little to operate, especially if they are using the newer model technology. During either season, using a ceiling fan can produce a more comfortable environment. Since the air conditioner and heating system are not needed as frequently, this strategy can also lower the cost of energy bills.
Since the ceiling fan is hard wired to your electrical supply, it is important to hire an experienced, licensed electrician who can see to the proper installation of this device. If an experienced individual, one with a background and training in electrical procedures, does not complete your ceiling fan installation, you may be placing your property at risk of a fire. At the very least, a faulty installation can lead to short circuiting and difficulty in getting the fan or its lights to work properly, if at all.
Ceiling fans are run by a small electric motor that carries some weight with it. If the motor is not properly positioned on the ceiling, the fan may not work properly or it may make more noise than it should. Our experienced electricians are trained in the installation of ceiling fans. They understand that the fan needs to be properly secured to a strong beam along the ceiling. The electrician who arrives at your building to install the ceiling fan will also understand that the installation requires that you have the proper size electrical junction box to support it. Plus, he will be able to wire the lights if you have chosen a ceiling fan that features them.
• Peace of mind that the job has been done properly
• The task is done to current building codes, so you don’t need to worry if you decide to sell the building.
• Any questions that you have concerning your ceiling fan installation will be clearly answered.
Today’s styles of ceiling fans are sold with or without lights – more often with LED lights. Whether or not you purchase a model with lights is a personal choice that you will need to make. You can consider the following questions to help you decide:
• Does the room have sufficient lighting?
• Is the fan going in a well-traveled area of the home?
• Is someone with poor vision going to use the ceiling fan?
• Would you like to do away with free-standing light fixtures in the room?
For a free quote on ceiling fan installation, you will need to know the size, make, and model of the ceiling fans that you are having installed. It is also important to not whether or not an existing source of electricity is located in the area where the ceiling fan installation is to occur.
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