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Enjoy the Breeze with Our Fan Installation Services

Proper fan installation provides effective ventilation to circulate air flow and increase the comfort of your home. Ceiling fans are a great way to provide ventilation and help assist HVAC systems in moving heat and conditioned air to all areas. The certified technicians at Bradley Mechanical can help you determine the best ceiling fan options and provide ceiling fan installation, wiring, and repairs.

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Prompt & Professional Ceiling Fan Installation

Ceiling fans are complicated to install or repair without any prior experience. Not only can the wiring be complex and dangerous to handle, but it's also often hard to reach and see due to its location. This makes it easy to accidentally install parts incorrectly or upside down. The task becomes even more difficult if there is no existing hook-up for a fan in the room.

We always recommend entrusting this type of job to professionals instead of attempting a DIY project. Bradley Mechanical's team of certified electricians is proficient in ceiling fan installation, wiring, and repairs. We can help you install your choice of ceiling fan through an existing hook-up, or we can wire a new one for you. We work quickly and efficiently so you can enjoy the new ventilation in your home.

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Our Certified Electricians Provide Quality Ceiling Fan Repairs & Maintenance

Ceiling fans aren't just for keeping rooms cool. Their primary purpose is to circulate airflow through your home efficiently. They are also a great supplement to your air conditioners and heaters, as they can help distribute warm and cool air evenly through the house.

When your ceiling fan breaks or no longer works as intended, the air can become stagnant and uncomfortable even with the heat or AC running. Bradley Mechanical offers ceiling fan repairs, maintenance, and replacement year-round. We have experience dealing with all makes and models of ceiling fans, meaning it'll be a quick and easy appointment for you.

If you're looking to boost the air circulation in your home, or you have a current issue with your ceiling fans, contact Bradley Mechanical right away so we can get you out of the fix you're in.

We Don't Stop at Ceiling Fans

There are multiple types of fans to keep the air flowing throughout your home. Bath fans, for example, are a great way to keep your mirrors from fogging and excess moisture lingering in an already humid environment. Bath fans help prevent the growth of mold and mildew by keeping the space dry, but it is also up to the homeowner to keep an eye out for leaks or excessive moisture that could lead to the formation of mold and mildew. A bathroom exhaust fan not only removes heat and humidity but can also remove foul odors and reduce harmful fumes from cleaning agents that could cause harm if inhaled.

It's important to keep your bathroom exhaust fan on well after a shower or bath, as it helps reduce the risk of mold build-up. This is why we often recommend installing bath exhaust fan timers to keep the fan running when it's needed most. We offer exhaust fan installation, repairs and maintenance. Give us a call if you're concerned about your bath fan's function or want to install one.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I choose the right ceiling fan?

When choosing a ceiling fan for your home, there are many things to consider. The right answer depends on what you're looking for. Size is a huge factor because it decides how efficient the ceiling fan will be for its installed space. You also want to think about how low or high you want the fan to hang from the ceiling, the ceiling fan's light, and the overall style to match the room. Our ceiling fan installation experts can help you decide on a fan that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing.

What size ceiling fan do I need?

The size of the ceiling fan you need depends on the size of the room. For smaller spaces, such as home offices and bedrooms, you shouldn't need anything larger than a 39" fan. Larger rooms, like kitchens and living rooms, should have a ceiling fan that's around 42-52". If you have a wide, open area, like an open concept floor plan, you can also go with a fan that's 56" or larger. Our staff is happy to help you look through your options and make a great selection.

Why is my ceiling fan making noise?

There could be several reasons why your ceiling fan is making noises. Clicking noises can mean that one of the fan blades is loose, so tightening the screws while the fan is off should help. Rubbing noises indicate that your ceiling fan may be installed incorrectly and that the fan blade holders are touching the motor housing. If you hear sizzling or cracking noises, it can be an electrical issue. For all problems, it's best to turn off the fan immediately and call a professional to assess.

Find the right fan with Bradley Mechanical.

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