Ceiling Fan Installation in Baltimore
Full-Service Baltimore Electrician
A ceiling fan can be used in every room of your home to provide a cost-saving, energy-efficient alternative to air conditioning, not to mention the decorative, lighting, and cooling benefits. As a full-service electric service provider, Clinton Electric Company provides expert ceiling fan installation services to residential property owners throughout Baltimore and the surrounding communities.
Ceiling Fan Benefits
- Save energy in the summer and winter: In hot weather, ceiling fans create a cool breeze, allowing you to turn down the AC and save energy and money. Ceiling fans also keep conditioned air circulating so that it does not become damp or stale. In winter, heated air rises and collects near your ceiling. If you set your fan in reverse, it can push that warmed air back down.
- Light up your rooms: Most modern ceiling fans come equipped with overhead lighting, essentially providing you with a two-in-one so you don’t have to purchase a separate product. You can also ask us to upgrade your old or new ceiling fans with a lighting kit.
- Take them outside: There are specially made fans for outdoor use, so you can create a beautiful living space in your front porch or patio.
- Decorations: Ceiling fans come in all kinds of unique designs to complement your kitchen, dining room, bedrooms, living room and other areas of your home. You can consult with us to look at different sizes, features, numbers of blades, metal finishes and lighting styles to showcase ceiling detail or make rooms look larger.
Call Today for Baltimore Ceiling Fan Installation!
If you’re looking to save on power bills, as well as add beauty and value to your home, give our skilled ceiling fan installers in Baltimore a call to set up your consultation. Installing a ceiling fan involves a lot of work and requires a bit of knowledge, which is why our electrical professionals are highly trained to provide you with exactly what you want in your home. Improper installation could lead to electrocution, fire, re-wiring and structural damage, so don’t take the risk of a DIY project.