Ceiling Fan Installation
Installing ceiling fans are one of the best and most cost-efficient ways to keep your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Although a ceiling fan cannot change the temperature in the room during the summer, it can keep you cooler by providing a constant circulation of air, creating a breezy and comfortable environment. In the winter, because warm air rises switch the ceiling fans direction to clockwise. This pulls the air upward forcing the warm air pooling near the ceiling down and distributing heat more evenly throughout the space, making it feel cozier.
It is important to take several things into account when installing a ceiling fan and calling our experienced local electricians at Kobalt Systems is a good place to start. We will provide you options based on ceiling height in the room and whether the fan will be controlled by a wall switch, pull-chains or a remote. Ceiling height is an important factor in choosing the right ceiling fan. Lower ceilings (8 feet and less) usually require flush-mounted fans, whereas ceilings 10 feet high or more would benefit from long-stemmed models.
Exhaust Fan Installation
Our electrical contractors also install exhaust fans. An essential part of kitchens, bathrooms and garages are exhaust fans, as they regulate temperature, moisture and odour levels within enclosed spaces by pulling indoor air to the outside. Exhaust fan installation can be even more involved than ceiling fan installation because it involves the duct work going from the inside to the outside.
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Fan Timer Installation
Exhaust fan timers provide many benefits to your home, and can be installed in the crawlspace, attic, garage, basement and bathroom. Because you need to run the exhaust fan long enough to do its job properly, installing a timer that will automatically shut the fan off after a certain amount of time will allow your fan to consume far less energy. Not only will you have a better ventilated and dryer living environment, you will also save some money by not leaving the fan on too long.