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Perth's exceptional ceiling fan installation services cover anything that has to do with removing, installing or fixing ceiling fans, helping you turn all your ideas into reality.
Here's what their services include:
To install a new ceiling fan, your electrician will need to set up the wiring and suitable connections beforehand, which takes longer than replacing an existing fan and consequently costs more as well. Your electrician will install the necessary switches and run wires to the ceiling fan. They'll also take any appropriate additional steps to ensure your new ceiling fan is installed and working correctly.
If you're looking to replace your old ceiling fan or light fixture with a new ceiling fan, this means that your room already has a ceiling outlet box and all the necessary connections are already established. This process is easier and takes less time because it doesn't require any additional work and installations. Your electrician will simply remove your old ceiling fan or light fixture and assemble and install your new ceiling fan. They will inspect your existing outlet box, ensuring that it is suitable for your new ceiling fan. If it isn't, they'll install a new fan-rated box or insert a support brace between the two nearest joints in the ceiling so it can hold the weight of the ceiling fan.
Ceiling fan repair costs less than installing a new fan which is why if your ceiling fan doesn't function properly or it stopped working altogether, you may want to consult your electrician and see if the issue can be fixed.
If so, your electrician will troubleshoot your fan, so you don't have to buy a new one and discard the old one.
If you want to save on space and avoid clutter, you can install a fan with lighting, which can be purchased as one product or as separate parts which your electrician can then put together. Ceiling fan light kits are available in any local home improvement store; you just need to make sure you get the type and model that goes together with your fan or leave it up to your electrician to help you make the right choice.
Ceiling fan installations and repairs involve complex and potentially dangerous electrical work. So if you're considering adding a new ceiling fan, or repairing your old one you should let Perth's finest electricians help you out with your project. They'll take all the necessary precautions to make sure your ceiling fan looks great and functions properly.
Installing a ceiling fan is a fun and not so demanding do-it-yourself task. If you have some basic electrical knowledge and mechanical skills, you can easily install your ceiling fan. However, if the job is more demanding and requires new wiring/switches, you should consider calling in an electrician.
Yes, you can replace an old ceiling fan with a light fixture, to give your room a fresh new look. In most cases, you can use the same wiring and ceiling electrical box. Remove the ceiling fan, verify that the wiring is okay to use and install the light fixture on the same box.
Ceiling fan light kits offer a simple and inexpensive way to bring more light into your room. But not all light kits are compatible with all ceiling fans. You have to find the right light kit by checking the model number on the ceiling fan and purchasing a light kit with the same number.
Choosing the right ceiling fan plays an essential role in ensuring maximum performance and comfort. If you want to get the most from your ceiling fan, you’ll need to choose the right size first. Make sure to accurately measure your area before you purchase a ceiling fan and read the instructions on the box to see for which room sizes the fan is suitable for.
M Tech Electrical Services WA operates with strong values aimed at understanding and serving client needs. Get in touch today, and discover the advantage of working with us. We services all areas of Perth. We install all electrical systems and hardware to keep your home up to date and safe. M Tech Electrical Services guarantees high quality service and customer satisfaction. Call M Tech Electrical Services TODAY!
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Installation includes labour and wiring materials
Recessed lights and dimmer switch must be supplied by customer
All lights must be installed in the same room; assumes drywall construction and a flat standard ceiling height
Additional charges apply if ceiling crawl space is difficult to access, or if there is no electrical point available in the premises
Tune-up of a standard garage door with a multi-point safety inspection plan
Service includes lubricating all moving parts on door and opener, balancing door for proper weight and tightening hinges and making minor adjustments
Removal of a light switch and installation of a new customer-supplied switch at the existing location
Cleaning up and testing of a new switch for proper functioning
Assembling, mounting, running of new cable to a new customer-supplied ceiling fan and connection to existing wired switch
Clean-up and testing of fan
Additional charges apply if ceiling crawl space is difficult to access, high ceiling or if there is no electrical point available in the premises
Installation of a customer supplied pool heater, removal and disposal of the old heater
Connecting new heater to already existing electrical source
Includes minor parts & materials to complete installation
Some scope restriction apply; replacement heater must be the same type as original heater
Electrical and HVAC inspection for residential homes
Checking of all electrical panels, breakers and smoke detectors
Testing of all power outlets for proper operation and safety
Inspection of the water heater, air conditioner, and furnace
Evaluation of electrical service cable and earthing system
Includes a post-inspection report identifying areas of safety concern
Offer is for inspection only and does not include parts or labour for the repair