Ceiling Fan Installations

We can install, replace, and repair ceiling fans

 Ceiling Fan Installation In Enoch & Cedar City.
We can install or replace ceiling fans in your home

Whether you're looking to enhance your home's comfort, lower energy costs, or simply upgrade the aesthetics of a room, ceiling fan installation, replacement, and repair services play an essential role.

Ceiling fans offer a variety of benefits, including improved air circulation, energy savings by reducing the reliance on air conditioning, and an added touch of style to your home decor. Available in an array of designs - from traditional to modern, fans with lighting fixtures to energy-efficient models, and indoor to outdoor options, there's a ceiling fan to fit every homeowner's taste and needs.

While DIY is a tempting option for some, hiring a professional electrician such as Ampere Electric ensures that your ceiling fan is installed or repaired safely, correctly, and in compliance with local electrical codes.

Ampere Electric is a full service electrical contractor serving the Enoch and Cedar City area. We specialize in the installation and replacement of ceiling fans in homes and buildings. From a simple replacement of an existing ceiling fan to installing a ceiling fan where there never was one before the team at Ampere Electric can help.

Ceiling Fan Installations And Replacements

Ceiling fans are a great way to make your home heating and cooling more efficient. This makes your home more comfortable throughout the year and it can also help save on your electrical bills. If you have an older ceiling fan that is ugly or inefficient you might want to replace it with a newer, more efficient unit. You may also want to install a ceiling fan where there wasn’t one before. Thankfully you’ve stumbled upon our website!

Ceiling Fan Installation And Replacement Services

  • Ceiling fan wiring installations
  • Ceiling fan junction box installations
  • Old ceiling fan replacements
  • Ceiling fan timers and switches
  • Flush mounted ceiling fan installations (low ceiling applications)
  • Sloped ceiling fan installations (for vaulted ceilings)

How To Choose The Right Ceiling Fan For Your Room

There are many different types of ceiling fans designed for specific environments and purposes. The fan you might choose for your bathroom exhaust won’t be the same as a fan you choose for a living room or dining room or entertainment space. These very different environments call for a ceiling fan that is specifically rated for that space.

The Underwriters Laboratories (UL) assigns the following location-based ratings for ceiling fans.

UL Dry-Rated – Ceiling fans with a UL Dry rating usually feature furniture-grade wood blades and are primarily designed for dry, indoor locations without any exposure to humidity or moisture. These ceiling fans generally work best in rooms such as your bedroom, living rooms, and offices.

UL Damp-Rated – Ceiling fans that carry a UL Damp rating are designed to work in areas with high humidity and moisture. These fans work best in indoor locations and/or covered outdoor locations such as bathrooms, kitchens, laundry rooms and covered porches or screened rooms.

UL Wet-Rated – Ceiling fans that carry a UL Wet rating are designed to endure the elements such as rain, snow, and direct contact with water. The fan has a moisture-resistant motor housing and the blades are designed for all-weather use. These fans are built to perform under any conditions and work well on exposed decks, patios, and other outdoor areas.

Ceiling fans also come in a variety of different sizes and it’s important to choose a fan that is the right size and moves the right amount of air for your space. If the ceiling fan is too small it won’t move the air very efficiently, which means it’s not doing it’s job. If the fan is too large it might be a noisy distraction and will just be wasting electricity. We can work with you to determine the right sized ceiling fans for your space.

Why Choose Ampere Electric for Your Ceiling Fan Installation?

When you choose to work with Ampere Electric to install or repair your ceiling fan you’re partnering with a small, local, company that has extensive experience in the electrical trades. We are licensed by the state of Utah and insured to work on the electrical systems inside of your home or building.

As an owner/operated company you can have the peace-of-mind knowing that any electrical work we complete will meet or exceed local electrical safety codes. The work we do will be safe and reliable and we also back all of our work with a 1 year warranty on our workmanship.

If you’d like to receive an estimate to install or replace your ceiling fan give us a call at (435) 868-1940 or fill out our online contact form and someone will be getting right back to you.

Questions About Ceiling Fan Installations?

Yes, you can usually install a ceiling fan where a light fixture currently exists, but the existing electrical box must be properly braced and rated for the weight and vibration of a ceiling fan. We can assess the situation and install the appropriate support if necessary.

Yes, ceiling fans can be installed on sloped or vaulted ceilings with the use of a special mounting bracket, known as an angled mount or sloped ceiling adapter.

No, only ceiling fans that are specifically rated for outdoor use should be installed in outdoor locations. These fans are designed with materials that can withstand moisture and temperature variations.

For optimal performance and safety, the bottom of the fan should be at least 7 feet above the floor. If you have a low ceiling, you might consider a low-profile ceiling fan, also known as a flush mount ceiling fan, which mounts closer to the ceiling.

The number of blades on a fan doesn't significantly impact its performance but can affect its appearance and noise level. Fans with more blades tend to be quieter and circulate less air, resulting in a gentler, more decorative effect. The choice between three and four-blade fans often comes down to personal preference.

A smart ceiling fan connects to your home Wi-Fi, allowing you to control it remotely from a smartphone app. Some models can be integrated with a smart home system for voice control, and others have features like scheduling, temperature sensing, or energy usage reports.

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