Choose The Most Experienced & Certified Electrician For Ceiling Fan Installation In Sydney
Ceiling fans, also often referred to as air movers, help Sydneysiders stay cool when the temperature heats up. These devices are a crucial part of life, even if you have an air conditioning system.
Whether it is a new ceiling fan installation, replacing an old fan, or merely changing a fan light, your search for a certified electrician ends at Charlie Sparks Electrical Services.
Ceiling fans help maintain a comfortable temperature in every room. Depending on the room and space, our electrician will help you choose between 3, 4, and 5-blade ceiling fans.
You undoubtedly wish to choose a fan that suits the room’s interior. No worries, there are aesthetically pleasing colors and designs available to suit most requirements.
Our electrician will consider the look and size of the space. Then, recommend an appropriate ceiling fan.
Outdoor fans are designed to work on a porch, patio, or other outdoor parts of the house. They ensure these areas remain usable during hot weather. A device with 65-inch or 72-inch ceiling fan blades is ideal for outdoor use.
You can rely on team Charlie Sparks to recommend the best outdoor ceiling fans for your space.
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The electrician will check the ceiling support and mounting bracket strength to ensure it is good enough to secure the fan. The next step is to install a fan-rated electrical box and connect the wires to the nearby junction box. Our technician will also check the ground wire to ensure maximum safety. Then, fix a new wall switch and wiring before starting the fan installation.
Further, our engineer will carefully attach each blade to the central unit before mounting the fan to the wall.
What about adjusting the height? No worries, technicians will adjust the downrod for the fan depending on the ceiling height. The average time required to complete the job is two to three hours.
The replacement project requires an hour or less as the same wiring and electrical boxes are used.
On the other hand, the time necessary for repairing the existing unit depends on the fault and overall repair work.
Technicians may need additional time if the property’s ceiling height is higher. Plus, new wiring might take longer due to a lack of access to the ceiling from the loft space or attic.
It may not prove to be a simple swap-out project. If so, a licensed electrician will inspect the unit and suggest the way further.
You certainly want the fan to work for several years to come, don’t you? So naturally, our electrician will test the fan and related wiring carefully to ensure everything is in proper condition.
The technician will elaborate on the repair work needed. Sometimes, it is better to replace the unit entirely if the device seems to be in a beyond repair condition.
What about the device price? Well, most ceiling fan models are available between $100 and $800. But remember, the cost of the ceiling fan varies depending on the features, design, and size/types of blades.
The installation cost for a standard ceiling fan can be between $100 to $200 over and above the price for the fan model you choose. A typical swap-out project can cost anywhere between $300-$500.
The bill may cross $650 or more if the project is complicated.
Ceiling fans that have features like multiple wall switches, lights, and remote control cost more to install.
The cost can soar further if the house has high ceilings. In addition, your electrician can charge more if the project requires additional wiring or rewiring or has to work in parts of the house that are hard to access.
Are you searching for fully accredited professionals who are champions when it comes to ceiling fan installation in Sydney’s eastern suburbs? Your search ends here at Charlie Sparks! Our certified electrician will help you choose the best ceiling fan and install the same, keeping health and safety in mind.
Feel free to connect with our specialist at 0451-973-164 or email us firstname.lastname@example.org for a quote.
Do you think you can watch a YouTube video and install the fan yourself? That’s a bad idea.
Improperly installed ceiling fans can prove a hazard for your family. So, installing a new fan or even replacing the old one is not a DIY project. Regulations require you to get the job done only by a licensed electrician. You are not supposed even to tighten the screws yourself. So, why take a risk? Do feel free to contact us and book an appointment.
Ceiling fans reduce the load on your air conditioner or heater by redistributing the air during summer and winter. As a result, maintaining a comfortable room temperature becomes easy without boosting the thermostat. And this results in reduced power consumption.
In summer mode, the ceiling fan pushes cool air down as blades rotate anti-clockwise. This results in a breeze effect. If your house has an air conditioner, this mode also helps in recirculating the chilled air.
And while working in winter mode, the fan blades rotate clockwise to pull the warm air up. Result? The warm air is recirculated through the edges of the room.
You can control the fan’s mode with a switch on the motor housing. Your Sydney electrician will elaborate more on the feature during the installation appointment.
If you use the best ceiling fan for four hours each day, it costs $1.90 on a low setting. While in the highest setting, you might end up paying $14 to $19 annually, depending on electricity rates charged by your energy retailer.
Yes. A loose mounting bracket or a bearing can result in such sounds. Plus, there might be some issues with screws connecting the blades with brackets on the fan unit.
Ignoring the same is not recommended as it turns out to be a hazard. Book a technician. Let an electrician inspect the fan and fix things as soon as possible.
No. It is quite the opposite. Fans with more blades create less ambient noise.
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