• Ceiling Fan Installation and What You Should Know

    When it comes to ceiling fan installation, even though you might think that you can do it yourself, you actually will need the help of an electrician.

    Why You Need an Electrician to Install Your Ceiling Fan

    Ok, so you bought a new ceiling fan.  You love it, and you know just where you’re going to put it.  Congratulations.  Now before you install it, let’s see if you know the answer to some questions. How much does a ceiling fan weigh?   How much does the model that you bought weigh?  Will your plastic junction box support it?

    Call a Phoenix Electrician to Install a Ceiling Fan | 480-926-1033

    Call a Phoenix Electrician to Install a Ceiling Fan | 480-926-1033

    Will you need to make structural modifications to install your ceiling fan? These are just some of the questions you’ll have to know.  As you see, you’ll  need the technical knowledge and skills of an electrician. It is obviously much easier to simply call an electrician to install a ceiling fan. This holds true for any sort of installation involving electricity.  Why?  Because it is incredibly dangerous.

    Call an Electrician in Phoenix to Install Your New Ceiling Fan

    While you might be capable of various do-it-yourself projects, ceiling fan installation is a more challenging project than you might think. The process demands knowledge of electrical wiring as well the ability to  properly mount and secure a heavy object. These are reasons why a licensed electrician in Phoenix should do this type of installation for you.

    The first step an electrician takes to installing a ceiling fan is choosing the right type of electrical box.  The  electrical box has all the wiring needed to operate your ceiling fan. The electrician will determine if the present electrical box is adequate for the wiring or needs replacement. Properly wiring all the components is the next step in ceiling fan installation.

    There are many documented accidents involving installation of a ceiling fan, either because of homeowners unfamiliar with wiring, or the ceiling fan falls on them while they’re installing it.  Think about it.  If you drop something that weighs just a few pounds on your foot or your head, it has the potential to break a bone.  And a ceiling fan weighs far more than a few pounds.  An average ceiling fan weighs between 15-20lbs.   And that’s just the weight.  You also run a real risk with electrical injury as well. Electricity is dangerous and should be treated with constant respect. A Phoenix electrician understands the power of electricity and has plenty of experience working with it safely.

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