Ceiling Fan Services
Spokane Ceiling Fan Services
Indoor and Outdoor Ceiling Fan Installation & Replacement
For fast and professional ceiling fan installation, look no further than Epic Electric, Heating, Cooling & Plumbing! Installing or replacing a ceiling fan requires more than just simply connecting a few wires. To ensure your complete safety, make sure to hire a licensed electrician near you. A faulty installation can lead to short-circuiting, and, in some instances, fires.
Benefits of Ceiling Fans
Ceiling fans are a great way to improve your home’s energy efficiency, and they’re useful year-round. Whether you’re looking to replace an old, inefficient ceiling fan or have new ones installed across multiple rooms, rest assured the professional electricians at Epic Electric, Heating, Cooling & Plumbing will complete the job to your 100% satisfaction.
We can install any ceiling fan, from oversized to standard. Our technicians have years of experience in professionally installing ceiling fans and ceiling lighting, and we can help you choose the best one for your needs. We’ll provide you with upfront pricing so that you are fully informed.
In addition to the standard fan, other common ceiling fans include:
- Energy Star
- Damp and wet fan
Reduce Energy Costs Using Ceiling Fans
If used properly, ceiling fans have the potential to drastically reduce energy costs. If you use your air conditioner in conjunction with a ceiling fan, you can raise the thermostat 4°F without loss of comfort. In temperate climates, you may be able to stop using your air conditioner altogether.
Consider installing a ceiling fan in all the rooms that need to be cooled. It’s important to note that ceiling fans do not cool rooms, but rather skin. So when you’re not in the room, remember to turn the fan off so that you don’t waste unnecessary energy.
Ceiling fans are also useful in distributing heat during the colder months. Simply flip the switch on the monitor casing of each fan from down to up, and your ceiling fan will reverse the direction of its rotation. During the summer, using a fan will help create a breeze; however, in the winter, you want to instead slowly recirculate the warm air, so keep your fan on a lower setting.