At Goldcoast Electricians we are experts at ceiling fan installations. Since 2007 we have installed thousands of ceiling fans in Goldcoast. Our licensed Goldcoast electricians offer free advice on ceiling fan types and placement. Installing ceiling fans is often a more affordable options than air conditioning and is also more energy efficient.
Did you know it is illegal for an unlicensed person to install a ceiling fan? Installing it yourself could be unsafe and lead to electrical shock. It may also void your insurance! To stay safe, have your ceiling fan installed by a licenced professional who knows exactly what they’re doing. The Goldcoast Electricians team consists of licensed and experienced electricians who can help improve the safety of your home.
The right kind of ceiling fan will depend on the size of the room, your budget, preferred material and whether you want a ceiling fan with a light attached. You should also consider whether you want an AC (alternating current) or DC (direct current) fan. DC fans have become more popular as of late, thanks to their energy efficiency. They tend to have more settings and therefore offer greater control; however, they are the more expensive option. AC fans remain the most popular option as they are more affordable.
We supply, sell and install a wide range of ceiling fans. Our experienced team are happy to offer free advice and quotes on what type of ceiling fan to choose for your property.
Goldcoast Electricians is a local, family-owned Electricians business. Based in Goldcoast, Goldcoast Electricians is owned and operated by husband and wife team, Name and Name. The Goldcoast team consists of highly skilled, licenced technicians, who have a combined 30 years of industry experience in Goldcoast .
We take pride both in our quality workmanship and our first-rate customer service. Serving all of Goulburn from our Coorparoo office, we always pick up the phone, so you can rely on us getting to you fast.
Did you know if your ceiling fan is rotating in the wrong direction it won’t be cooling?
A ceiling fan can actually be used in summer and winter. Modern ceiling fans have a ‘winter mode’ and can rotate in both directions. The blades spinning in one direction cools the room for summer, in winter the direction is reversed circulating the warm air around the room, saving money off your heating costs. Our trained electricians will explain how to best use and set the fan.
Most newer fan models can be used to not only cool your home in summer but keep things warm in winter. The difference is simply down to the direction the blades move in. Using the correct mode can save you money on your electricity bills during different seasons.
In terms of efficiency and performance there is not much difference between 3,4 or 5 bladed fans. It is more about which style of fan you prefer. The only major difference is that as you get more blades you require slightly more electricity.
With most fan models the easiest way to clean the blades is with a multipurpose cleaning spray and a wipe. Make sure to read the instruction manual for your specific model just to be sure there are not any additional cleaning requirements.
Modern metal fan models are manufactured to withstand the elements. However, if they are overexposed to moisture or salt air then they can rust. If you are in a coastal location, then it is advisable to choose a stainless-steel blade fan between a 304 and 316 grade.
Contact us today and we will get this lead generation package working for you and drive more customers and free enquiries to your business.