Ceiling Fan Installation

To install a fan the process is quite simple especially it’s a replacement fan and the wiring is existing. Most ceiling fans usually range in cost from $200-$600 each and have an average lifetime of 5-10 years.  Fans are not usually a serviceable item other than general cleaning of the blades.


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Our licensed electrician can also install exhaust fans and exhaust hoods in kitchens to ensure that hot air is extracted from your home. This assists with humidity control, odour elimination and prevents serious mould issues and health complications. Exhaust fans, hoods and ceiling fan installations can occur in both residential and commercial settings.


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Need To Know's About Ceiling Fans

The better the quality of the fan you purchase, they will be quieter, more energy efficient and typically last longer.
If your fans look as if it's out of balance, it's quite possible that the blades need cleaning of dust.
Fans can be used in reverse during winter to draw warm air down from the ceiling. Our ceiling fan installers can set this for you, but you can easily make the adjustments yourself.

FAQ's About Installing Ceiling Fans

  • How do I choose the right ceiling fan for my room?

    To choose the right ceiling fan for your room, consider the following factors: room size, ceiling height, blade span, motor size, and style. You should also think about any special features you might want, such as a light kit or remote control. Or, leave it to Coalfields professional staff to recommend your best options.

  • Do I need an electrician to install a ceiling fan?

    Installing a ceiling in Australia, needs to be installed by a licensed electrician, such as Coalfields Climate Control.

  • Q: What are the benefits of installing a ceiling fan?

    Ceiling fans can provide a number of benefits in Australia, including improved air circulation, increased comfort, reduced energy costs, and increased style and aesthetic appeal. By circulating air in a room, ceiling fans can help to cool down a space in the summer and distribute heat more evenly in the winter.

  • Do ceiling fans can save energy?

    Yes, ceiling fans can save energy. By circulating air in a room, ceiling fans can help to reduce the strain on your air conditioning system, which can lower your energy costs. Additionally, ceiling fans can be used in conjunction with a central air system to distribute cooled air more evenly throughout a room, which can also reduce energy costs.

  • Can ceiling fans be used year-round?

    Yes, ceiling fans can be used year-round. In the summer, ceiling fans can help to circulate cool air and provide a cooling breeze. In the winter, ceiling fans can be used in reverse to circulate warm air and distribute heat more evenly throughout a room.

  • What is the difference between indoor and outdoor ceiling fans?

    Outdoor ceiling fans are built to withstand the elements, including rain and wind, and are often constructed from materials such as weather-resistant metal or plastic. Indoor ceiling fans are typically made from lighter materials, such as wood or plastic, and are not designed to withstand the elements.

  • Can ceiling fans be used with a dimmer switch?

    Yes, some ceiling fans can be used with a dimmer switch. However, not all ceiling fans are compatible with dimmer switches, so it’s important to check the manufacturer’s specifications before purchasing a fan. If your ceiling fan is not compatible with a dimmer switch, you may need to purchase a separate dimming control.

  • How do I clean and maintain my ceiling fan?

    To clean and maintain your ceiling fan, you should regularly dust the blades and body of the fan. You can also use a wet wipe to remove any dirt or dust. To protect the finish of your fan, you should avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners. Remember to change the direction of your ceiling fans rotation each summer/winter.

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