#1 Easy Electrical Jobs Is Near Brandon, FL, and Is Tampa Bay's Favorite Electrician for Installing Ceiling Fans
Easy Electrical Jobs' focus is on small electrical jobs around your home or business. There is no need to call a national franchise company or a larger service company that may overcharge or try to upsell you on a small electrical job. And, choosing us is much safer than calling a handyman that is not licensed as an electrician.
Easy Electrical Jobs Installs Ceiling Fans for Indoor or Outdoor Installations at Your Home or Business and Provides Service Throughout Tampa Bay.
Ceiling Fans Can Make Any Room More Comfortable in the Summer - or Winter.
Factors to consider when purchasing a new ceiling fan include:
Do you need an indoor or outdoor ceiling fan? Outdoor ceiling fans are designed to handle the outside humidity. The blades may be made of vinyl or some other type of composite that can resist the moisture from Florida's humid climate.
How low do you want your ceiling fan to hang? Decide on the length of down rod to install on the ceiling fan. Most ceiling fans have a short down rod included in the box for standard 8’ ceilings. Having the ceiling fan blades approximately 7' off the ground is the minimum that you should install a ceiling fan. Having the blades at 8 to 9 feet off the ground is optimal.
How wide do you want your ceiling fan to be? A 52” wide ceiling fan is typical for most rooms.
Do you need a light kit on your ceiling fan? Make sure to check that the light kit is compatible with the ceiling fan and purchase the light bulbs for it prior to installation for complete testing.
Does the fan feature reverse operation? Check to make sure the fan has a reversible option, which is helpful in different seasons to change the airflow. Most fans should rotate clockwise in the summer and counter clockwise in the winter.
Do you need a remote control? Determine if you will need the use of a remote controlled fan. Remote controls can be added to most ceiling fans. This is a helpful solution when you could use 2 switches for the fan location but only have 1 switch or maybe no switch at all.
Are you installing a fan on a vaulted ceiling? Check to make sure the new ceiling fan is compatible with the angle of degrees of your ceiling. You may need to buy an adapter for the fan to have it mount correctly.
If you have additional questions or concerns about installing a ceiling fan or any other electrical question, give Easy Electrical Jobs a call today. We would be happy to assist you.