About Ceiling Fan Installation
Ceiling fans will make a significant difference in your home’s climate (both cooling and heating), at a far lower cost and operating expense than almost any other item. Experts say a ceiling fan can save up to 40% on your summer cooling cost and up to 10% during the winter.
Installing ceiling fans is a job suited for a professional electrician, since careful tuning and installation will give you the best results with your fan. Get the most from your investment when we properly install your ceiling fan for optimal function.
- We check the blade clearance not only to protect your ceiling, but also to get the most air movement from your ceiling fan.
- Make sure you have adequate power to the junction box. It’s very important to make sure that you have the appropriate electrical service to accommodate your new ceiling fan.
- Install the ceiling fan box if needed.
- Securely mount the fan. One of the biggest mistakes made with installing fans is using inappropriate mounting hardware. Failed mounting can result in injury to property or family members.
- Assemble the fan.
- Install the down rod.
- Install decorative ceiling cover. The installation process sometimes requires mounting a new fixture, which needs covering to retain the aesthetic appeal of a room.
- Make sure all wiring conforms to the National Electrical Code. As professional electricians, we’re well aware of the electrical standards that your ceiling fan must meet.
When it comes to getting the best value in your air conditioning needs, let us set up your ceiling fan correctly the first time. By the time we’re done, you’ll have a money saving ceiling fan that is properly and securely installed to keep you a little cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. To get a free quote, call us today!
Elcon Electric service vans have a standard line of inventory for your ceiling fan needs.
Ceiling Fan Installation FAQs
Installing a ceiling fan creates the same effect as a breeze in the summer. It helps cool the room a couple degrees making it more comfortable to be in. The blades should be blowing air down on people. If you look up at the fan from below the blades should be rotatiing in a counter-clockwise motion with the upturned edges leading.
In winter you can turn the switch and the fan will help warm the room by pulling the cool air up toward the ceiling.
Ceiling fan motors generally use less energy than air conditioners and furnaces. Using a ceiling fan is a good way to cool a room while using less energy.