So you picked up a snazzy new ceiling fan like the black oxide Conion Minar at the left, and now you are a little hesitant to tackle the job yourself? You just want to keep cool, maybe set a little mood, and kick back and watch your fan spin lazily overhead.
Well I understand, and I can help!
Mounting a ceiling fan requires knowledge, skill, experience, and the right tools and hardware for the job. If you are lacking in any of these areas, your best bet is to have a seasoned pro (such as myself!) do the installation for you. The peace of mind you will get from knowing it was done right is well worth the minimal cost involved.
Proper installation of a ceiling fan is important for a number of reasons:
- Safety - Nobody wants to get injured by a runaway fan blade!
- Proper Operation - It needs to work the way it was designed to, including all variable speed and light dimming options
- Noise - Ever seen (and heard) a wobbly fan that reminds you of Chinese Water Torture? You don't want that!
- Warranty Protection - If anything goes wrong with your fan that requires a warranty claim with the manufacturer, me and my invoice will stand behind you all the way.
So give me a call and let's talk about getting your ceiling fan installed correctly the first time!