Ceiling Fan Installations

Green Key Electrical, Inc. offers quality ceiling fan installations for your home or office. Replacing a room’s ceiling fixture with a ceiling fan that includes its own light fixture is an easy project and can be accomplished by a handyman or anyone comfortable with basic electrical improvements. But if the room has no existing fixture and the customer also wants it connected to a switch, this project is a little more difficult and in many cases entails cutting through the ceiling and opening the wall cavities to run new circuit wiring.

A professional will evaluate what is required to do the installation and offer the best available options for a smooth install the way you want it. When there is no attic access available and new circuit wiring is required then it can be to your advantage to hire a professional that knows the available options and minimize the amount of drywall repair. One possible option that can save the cost of drywall repair when installing a ceiling fan is to install some recessed lighting. By installing a couple of strategically placed recessed light cans the holes used to mount the recessed light can also be used to run the circuit wiring. 

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Choosing the right ceiling fan…

A ceiling fan’s primary purpose is to circulate air in a room. Air conditioners chill the air, but ceiling fans push it around, this means they’re useful for both cooling and heating. In a bedroom, a ceiling fan encourages restful sleep without running the air conditioning. On an open or screened porch, a ceiling fan can create a refreshing retreat just be sure it’s rated for damp or wet locations. The perfect ceiling fan to fit your space with the desired functions won’t be hard to find with the wide variety of styles, shapes, and sizes available.  Before choosing the ceiling fan mounting options should be considered. Ceiling fans can be flush mounted, made for rooms with low ceilings where a low profile is wanted or required or mounted with a downrod for rooms with high ceilings, typically 8-feet or higher. 

Determine the best size for your ceiling fan installation…

The larger the room, the bigger the fan. Measure the longest wall in the room. If it is less than 12 feet, you’ll need a fan that is 36-inches in diameter. If the longest wall is 12 to 15 feet, get a 42-inch fan. Anything over 15 feet, you’ll need a 52-inch fan.

Ceiling Fan Installations and more…

Green Key Electrical, Inc. also offers exhausts fans, whole house fans, attic fans along with complete lighting and electrical services at an affordable price…

 

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