Ceiling Fans

There’s no question that a ceiling fan is one of the best additions that you can make to your home.

A less expensive and more attractive alternative to an air conditioning unit, a ceiling fan can provide your home with many different benefits.

During winter, a ceiling fan can be used to circulate the warmer air around the room. Coming in a wide array of styles, functions, shapes and number of blades, a ceiling fan definitely serves many different purposes.

When you are deciding on the type of fan that best fits your home, it’s important to know exactly what your fan expectations are.

For example, you don’t want to invest in a large fan if it will look awkward in your home. Another factor to consider is its cooling ability.

Choosing the right type of fan and where to install it requires some expertise.

Ceiling Fan

Ceiling fans need to be installed by a Licensed Electrician.

The cost of installation may vary according to the type of fan, including if the fan has a wall control or remote control.

Remote control fans are generally cheaper to install, as there is less wiring involved. Fans with lights may affect the price of installation. Most ceiling fans use only as much power as a light bulb. Compared to air conditioning, ceiling fans cost less to install and use far less energy.