Nothing says Spring like the sounds of a nearby bird chirping, the taste of a Cadbury Creme Egg, the smell of a freshly mowed lawn...and the sight of your electric bill reaching a new high. This season, instead of hitting the ceiling, maybe you should look to it as a solution. Ceiling fans can make your room feel up to 8 degrees cooler during warm months, and while they don't necessarily lower the temperature, they cool the room significantly by providing effective circulation. They also provide savings, cutting your utility bills by up to 40%!
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What You Need to Know About Ceiling Fans:
· The average price of ceiling fan installation ranges anywhere from $100-$250, depending on the type of fan and the height of the ceiling.
· Ceiling fans are extremely energy efficient, Most use only as much power as a 100-watt light bulb.
· Overuse during warm months is one of the main reasons an A/C unit wears out prematurely. A ceiling fan helps you go easy on your cooling (and heating) system, all year long.
· Ceiling fans require almost no maintenance! Dust the blades now and then. Otherwise, enjoy!
*Wiring can be done for an additional charge payable at the time of service. Up to 9 feet in height on existing wiring and lighting outlet/junction box and must meet the minimum standards of the current NEC or additional charges will apply.
Service area includes the following zip codes:
30075, 30328, 30041, 30350, 30338, 30340, 30341, 30071, 30096, 30022, 30097, 30092, 30004, 30005, 30009, 30024, 30076, 30040, 30342, 30319, 30341, 30340, 30346 and 30319
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