Ceiling Fan Installation, Bathroom Fan, Light Fixture, Wall Outlet
Ceiling Fans - Installation and Repair Services
Not all ceilings fans are built the same way. There are some differences between them, including the length & width of the blades, the motor size, light system, indoor and outdoor types, and decorative style. You should select the correct ceiling fan according to your room size. The room dimension will determine which ceiling fan size should be installed. Blade span (diameter of the fan) and CFM (cubic feet per minute) should be a factor to define the airflow distributed throughout the room.
Electrical ServicesWe can install any ceiling fan and light fixture correctly and safely.
- Mounting New Ceiling Fans or Moving Existing Fans
- Smoke Detectors Replaced
- Installation of Wall Switches, Dimmers, Timers
- Light Fixture, Hard to Reach Light Bulbs
- Attic Ventilation Fans, Bathroom Exhaust Fans
- Outdoor Security Lights/Accent Lighting
- Landscape Outdoor Lighting Installation & Repair
- Data Network Wiring Service
Changing a Light Fixture, Light Switch or a Wall Outlet
Changing the light fixture in your room can instantly update it. Handyman 4 Less provides light fixture installation or replacement such as adding a track light, replacing a chandelier, pendant light, wall sconce, and more. Replacing an existing light fixture requires the use of simple electrical skills that can be applied to other relatively simple projects such as replacing a light switch or a wall outlet. As with any electrical work we perform, we make sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions, appropriate building and electrical codes.
Different Types of Light Fixtures
- Recessed or Track Lights
- Chandeliers and Pendants/Hanging Fixture
- Wall Sconce and Wall-Mounted Fixtures
- Under Cabinet and Vanity Lights
- Ceiling Mounted Fixture and Spot Lighting
- Home Exterior Lighting
- Motion-Security Lights Installation
- LED Light Fixtures
Exhaust Fan Installation
Exhaust fans provide essential ventilation to certain areas in the house and give the rooms they are in a much more pleasant, comfortable, and healthier atmosphere.
Rooms That Should Have a Ventilation Fan
- Bathroom - Exhaust fans will remove excess heat, eliminate foggy mirrors, and limit mold growth.
- Garage - Exhaust fans can clear out toxic fumes from car exhaust, gasoline, and supplies stored such as adhesives, paint thinner, etc.
- Attic - Exhaust fans will stop attics from becoming moist and too hot and will preserve items stored in there from getting moldy which will help keep your home cooler.
Why Do I Need Ventilation Fans?
Ventilation fans extract moisture/humidity found in the air, for example from showering or cooking. Ventilation Fans in the kitchen will help with odor control and quick ventilation of fumes from cooking. It will create better indoor air quality by clearing out unhealthy fumes from the kitchen stove.