You can make your home more comfortable and cost-efficient with the right fan. Whether you need repair or installation, Thomas Edison is here to help you make the most of your ceiling and attic fans. We’re here 24/7 to get your broken fans up and running or help you choose new fans to make your home heating and cooling operations more efficient.
Ceiling and Attic Fan Services
Let our team of professional, licensed electricians handle your ceiling or attic fan installation, upgrade, or replacement. We specialize in helping you find the right fixtures to make you feel cooler, keep air circulating, and achieve energy savings at the same time.
Ceiling Fan Repair
Whether your fan is wobbly, noisy, or simply failing to perform, Thomas Edison can help. We can also help you decide if an upgrade would be more cost-effective. When fans are performing optimally, they can save you money on both heating and cooling.
Ceiling Fan Installation
If a ceiling fan isn’t installed properly, it can result in sparks, shocks, or even fire. If you’re not sure how to install a ceiling fan, you’re not alone! In addition to installation, Thomas Edison can also help you choose the right fan to optimize comfort and savings in your home.
Attic Fan Repair
Your busted attic fan isn’t doing you any favors. Our professional electricians can get your attic fan in tip-top shape so it runs efficiently, gets rid of trapped heat, and makes your whole home more energy efficient.
Attic Fan Installation
Attic fans can keep your house cooler and relieve some of the burden placed on your HVAC system. Thomas Edison specializes in attic fan installation to help lower the temperature of your attic, eliminate excess moisture, and reduce your electric bill moving forward. Best of all, we install attic fans quickly and efficiently, so you can start seeing results right away.
Attic and Ceiling Fan Troubleshooting
No matter what type of issues you’re facing, Thomas Edison Electric is here to help optimize your home’s comfort and energy efficiency. We can replace, repair, install, and troubleshoot ceiling or attic fans to upgrade the look and feel of your home. Below are some common issues you might recognize.
Fan Does Not Turn On
There are several reasons your fan might be inoperable. You could have a thrown breaker, burned up motor, or loose wire. It’s also possible that your fan is not receiving an electrical current. A licensed electrician can determine the root cause quickly and safely.
If your fan light is flickering, it could be due to a loose filament, loose connection, or imbalanced fan blades. Another possibility is that you have electrical overload in your home. As with many items in the home, your fan could be pointing to a larger electrical issue.
Vibrating or Wobbly Fan
Vibrating or wobbly fans are dangerous because they indicate improper installation. Poorly installed fans can break or fall, creating a huge hazard in the home. Our licensed electricians will determine whether you have imbalanced fan blades, bad installation, or something else.
Noisy Ceiling Fan Operation
Older fans tend to make slightly more noise than newer models. But if your fan is excessively loud, an electrician can help you find the cause. Noisy operation can be caused by worn bearings or loose connections in the fan, light fixture, or electrical mounting box.
Types of Fans
Whether you have a specific fan in mind or you need help choosing, Thomas Edison Electric is here to help. We’re familiar with every type of fan you can imagine and can help develop a cooling strategy that’s perfect for your home. Below are a few common in-home fans.
DC Ceiling Motor Fan
A fan with a DC (direct current) motor is highly energy efficient and can help you save up to 70% over an AC (alternating current) motor. DC ceiling fans are also slimmer and sleeker, making them stylish additions to any space.
Gable fans are mounted at the attic gable, the highest pieces of the attic. Even if you have built-in attic ventilation, these fans are great for circulating the air in your attic and blowing hot, humid air out.
Typically found in kitchens and bathrooms, exhaust and ventilation fans work to quickly improve the air quality in the room. Exhaust fans pull smoke, odors, and moisture from the air, while ventilation fans bring in fresh air from the outside.
Though a little on the pricey side, smart fans come with a variety of exciting, innovative features to upgrade your home. They can include voice controls, WiFi connectivity, UV kits that kill airborne pathogens, and more.
From wall-mounted fans to ceiling fans to attic fans, remote-controlled fans let you adjust operation, lights, and speed with the ease and convenience of a hand-held remote control.
Whole House Fan
Whole house fans are installed at the highest point of the house and are recommended for homes located in dry, cool regions with significant nighttime temperature dips. One important consideration is that these fans require open windows to remove heat and cool your home. Call Thomas Edison Electric today for whole house fan installation you can trust.
Why Thomas Edison Electric?
With Thomas Edison in your corner, you don’t have to face electrical problems alone. Our team will work tirelessly to ensure your peace of mind, any time of day or night. We have highly trained & licensed electricians available 24 hours, 7 days a week.
Our skilled professionals deliver safe, affordable, long-lasting electrical services.
Your time is precious. If we’re late, we’ll waive your dispatch fee.
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Your Trusted Local Electrician
Homeowners and business owners trust Thomas Edison for our transparent quotes, on-time arrival, and 24-hour service. We cover everything from emergency electrical issues to home EV charging stations to house rewiring and upgrades.