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While more skilled homeowners may consider installing ceiling fans on their own, we always encourage seeking the help of a professional no matter your electrical skill level. Ceiling fan installation becomes a quick and easy job with the help of a licensed professional. Our electricians at Master Electric Heating and Air can complete installations in just a couple of hours.
Choosing to work with a professional will also ensure your long-term safety. Our experts can identify existing problems that may need to be resolved before the fan can be installed. You also won’t have to worry about the wiring or figure out how to support the fan so it doesn’t fall while it’s running. We will take care of everything, so you can simply enjoy the results!
What to Expect During Ceiling Fan Installation
Before we begin the installation, we will first turn off the appropriate circuit breaker. Then we will uninstall the current fan or light fixture and remove the corresponding wiring. Once the wiring is carefully removed, we have easy access to the electrical box.
If you currently have a light fixture that you want to replace with a ceiling fan, the current electrical box will need to have additional support to accommodate the heavier weight (as well as the movement) of the ceiling fan. To solve this, we will connect the fan to joist hangers, or install a larger fan box to the joist. We will make sure your new ceiling fan is adequately supported so you can enjoy long-term safety and peace of mind.
After the electrical aspects have been resolved, we will then move on to connecting the fan motor; we can also help you assemble the fan blades as well. Your new fan will be safely installed and ready to use in no time!
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