The majority of fans are strategically positioned in the centre of the room to allow for constant/consistent airflow.
Simply fill your details in our Electrical Enquiry Form and someone from our Electrical Department will be in contact as soon as possible to organise a time.
It's as easy as that!Electrical Enquiry
Or if you prefer, you can call us on 1300 762 260
Is the room large? Will I need two fans?
You will need to consider the ceiling height, the pitch of the ceiling (flat or angled) and how the fan can be mounted if variations from the standard occur.
Some fans can impede existing light fittings in rooms and creating a strobe lighting effect. Fans that obstruct a light could be replaced with a fan light depending on its location.
If you have modern décor you may prefer a contemporary chrome fan, or for an older Queenslander style home you may consider a traditional wood look fan.
Compare blade performance required for your room. Blade pitch (angle) ranges from 8 to 15 degrees; the higher the pitch, the more air the fan moves.
It may be worth considering a stainless steel fan for longevity.
Being able to control the light and action of your fan from a remote control from anywhere in the room can be a convenient extra. Many ceiling fan can be installed with a remote receiver which means that when installing a fan into an existing light point there is no need to run an extra wire to control the fan, as the remote does everything for you.
The staff at Fallon Service undertake regular training according to their areas of specialty. We ensure that all staff are fully trained in their trade and in all aspects of safety and provide regular opportunities to cross skill into other areas. That way you can ensure you are dealing with a trade professional!
Call us today on 1300 762 260 or complete our Electrical Enquiry and one of our team will call you to discuss your ceiling fan requirements.
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