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Selecting the best contractor for a ceiling fan installation is not easy since a lot of companies claim that they provide the best services at competitive prices. To avoid getting an unreliable company to perform the installation, as well as other related ceiling fan repairs, it is best that you go for the proven and tested service provider like The Wire Doctors. The Wire Doctors is your top choice for ceiling fan installation and repair in Pennsylvania.

We install a wide selection of fans with many sizes, styles, and features. Whether you want something purely functional or a fan that matches your decor, our Wire Doctors electricians can install the perfect fan.

Ceiling fans can help cool the home, but they are much different than air conditioners. Ceiling fans are to move air and cool a room during the summer. However, they can also help warm a room during the winter by circulating the warm air that rises to the ceiling.

Benefits Of Installing a Ceiling Fan Include:

· Versatility

Ceiling fans are versatile and increase comfort. Ceiling fans can increase air quality by creating a natural indoor home air flow.

· Decoration

Ceiling fans add aesthetic appeal as a decorative addition. Something great about this benefit of installing a ceiling fan is that you could even choose to install a ceiling fan light. Many ceiling fans come with a light already installed inside the fan itself. Add ambiance lighting or task lighting, while naturally cooling your living room or any other room in your home.

· Energy Saving

Ceiling fans can help save you money year-round by reducing your utility costs. Did you know that ceiling fans have the ability of dropping room temperatures down by at least four degrees? Rather than turning on your AC on a summer day, try installing and using a ceiling fan. It might just do the trick.

A fan that is on the ceiling is a lot more effective than one on the floor. A ceiling unit covers more area. More coverage means consistent temperatures inside of the rooms.

Ceiling Fan Repair

If your ceiling fan is broken or isn’t working properly and not cooling your home, have no fear. The Wire Doctors electricians are experts in the diagnosis and repair of all types of ceiling fans. We can quickly find the underlying cause of any issue you may have and provide you with a cost-effective solution.

Ceiling Fan Replacement

Replacing your ceiling fan is important for ensuring that it is working to its optimal levels, and to ensure safety. Are you wondering when you should replace your ceiling fan? Is there a precise time span for when you should go about hiring a professional service to take care of this for you? The answer is that ceiling fan replacement time depends on several factors, including the ceiling fan type, the location of the ceiling fan, (indoor or outdoor), and the way that the ceiling fan was installed.

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Frequent Questions


Can Ceiling Fans Add a Breeze to My Home?

A breeze during the summer can make your home more comfortable. Ceiling fans can solve this problem. By turning on your ceiling fan, you’ll be able to create a breeze in your home. In addition to this, ceiling fans can help evaporate perspirations and cool the skin by a few degrees. When used to cool a room, the fan will blow air down onto the home’s inhabitants. When cooling, the fan’s blades will need to rotate clockwise.


How long do ceiling fan repairs take?

The Wire Doctors electricians need to remove your ceiling fan before starting repairs and do some testing on the wiring in your home. Depending on the nature of the problem, fixing your ceiling fan could take one to three hours.


Why do ceiling fans also rotate in reverse?

Ceiling fans are made to be multi-directional so that in the summer the air movement is downward, giving a nice cooling breeze that can be felt. In the winter, the explanation is a bit more complexed. As warm air rises and is trapped at the ceiling, especially cathedral ceilings. You could have a temperature difference of more than 20 degrees from the thermostat location and the peak of the ceiling. Switching the fan in reverse will circulate the cooler air upward and pushing the warmer air downward. Essentially keeping the air mixed at a consistent temperature without a direct downward breeze.


Will Ceiling Fans Use More or Less Energy?

Many homeowners are switching to ceiling fans because they want to save money. This decision is wise. When compared to air conditioners and furnaces, ceiling fan motors use less energy. Each degree cooled by a fan is less expensive. However, we always recommend you turn off all fans before leaving your home.


What is a ceiling fan?

Just like other fan types, ceiling fans are electrically powered, usually suspended from the ceiling equipped with rotating blades mounted on a hub and designed to create better air circulation. Among its distinct features, they rotate slower compared to other circulating fans, which allows them to effectively cool surroundings.