Using a ceiling fan in the summer or winter can help to reduce your energy bills. You can turn your thermostat up or down a few degrees so that your HVAC doesn’t need as much power. The ceiling fan then circulates the air to cool the space in summer or disperse the warm air in winter.
Choose a ceiling fan that doesn’t just look good, but also performs well and has all of the features you want. For example, the size of a room determines the size of the fan you should buy. Otherwise, you will not get the best use of the fan for that room.
If you’re not yet ready to install a brand new ceiling fan in your home, then we can look to repair the one you currently have. Our expert electricians have the necessary skills and training to repair multiple electrical issues in your home, with ceiling fans repairs just being one of them. From correcting power issues to the ceiling fans or motor issues in the fan, we can fix a variety of problems that could be affecting your ceiling fan.