How often do you use the ceiling fans in your home – or do you even have any? If you don’t have ceiling fans or use them enough, you might want to start taking full advantage of them. Ceiling fans aren’t just for decoration. In fact, they are extremely beneficial to have in your home – for both looks and effectively moving warm or cold air around your home.
Ceiling fans come in a range of different shapes, sizes, patterns, colors and styles. They have certainly come a long way since 1882 when the first electrically powered ceiling fan was developed. The classic natural wood, symmetrical blades and ordinary light fixture has seen many improvements in the decades since, with upgraded features and more modern, sleek and elegant stylings. The appearance and designs of these popular fixtures may have evolved, but one aspect has always remained much the same – installation.
Are you an avid DIYer? Do you like installing, fixing or replacing things in your home to save money and time? How many times have your jobs gone south and left you with a more costly bill? Installing ceiling fans might sound easy, but it’s an entirely different ballgame when you try doing it yourself.
If you have little to no experience with electrical fixtures, it might work in your favor to rely on a professional to install your new ceiling fan. Whether you want your ceiling fan installed inside your home or as an addition to a covered porch, make sure you call on an electrician with experience in all kinds of electrical work. This will ensure the job is done right and your home will remain nice and cool – and properly wired!
A correctly installed ceiling fan will help reduce heating and cooling costs by circulating air more effectively throughout your home and make it an overall more comfortable place to live – whether indoors or out. Rather than going straight to your thermostat when you want to even the temperature out in your home, flip on the switch to your fan instead! From remote controlled options and dual-motor fans to Energy Star-rated high efficiency models, and standard or low-profile ceiling fans, each and every kind is designed to do the same thing – keep you and your family comfortable!
Learn more about how Always on Electric can help today by giving us a call at 970-309-2616.