Ceiling fans are aesthetically pleasing, useful and energy efficient. While most people know that fans can provide a cool breeze in the summer, many don't realize that a fan can also be used to force warm air down from the ceiling in the winter. Light kits can even be added to increase the usefulness of many ceiling fans.
This how-to includes basic instructions for installing a ceiling fan. Remember, however, to always consult the manufacturer's instructions during actual installation. You may check various website for more information about electrician in sydney before hiring any professional.
Since ceiling fans are most often used to replace existing light fixtures, the wiring to the fan should already be complete. Installation is not difficult and only requires that you pay attention to the instructions included with the fan.
If additional wiring must be done to install your fan and you are not familiar with wiring, consult a professional electrician. All wiring must conform to local and national codes.
Things to Consider
Ceiling fans are inexpensive to purchase and operate and can make a huge difference in your home's climate during both summer and winter months.
Replacing a central light fixture in almost any room with a ceiling fan + light kit can add beauty while increasing air flow.
Because a fan uses almost the same amount of power as a ceiling fixture, the electrical circuit won't be overloaded. If your fan includes lights, be sure the circuit it's on has enough capacity to handle the additional load. If not, you must run a new circuit with a new circuit breaker from the house's main service panel or sub-panel to the fan.