Once we diagnose your electrical issue, you'll get a price to fix your celling fan before any work begins—so there are no surprises.
Tell us what equipment you'd like installed, and we'll send an installation specialist to determine how much it will cost—for free.
Some repairs are more expensive than others because they require more labor. For example, fixing an electrical issue will generally be more expensive than tightening the fan blades.
Whether your fan needs to be replaced: If your ceiling fan is in really bad shape, it may need to be replaced, which will raise the overall cost.
Schedule your appointment. If you schedule online, we'll call you as soon as we can to confirm your appointment.
After our electrician arrives at your home, they'll ask you what kind of ceiling fan issues you're having. Then our electrician will diagnose the problem and give you upfront pricing on the cost to fix it.
Once you sign off on the repair quote, you can sit back and relax while we do all the hard work. Before leaving your house, we'll make sure your ceiling fan is working as it should.
After the job is complete, we'll make sure you have an opportunity to speak with us about how everything went. Our first priority is your comfort and satisfaction. So, if any part of the job wasn’t handled to your standards, just let us know and we’ll make it right.
This usually means you have a worn out or broken flywheel.
This usually indicates there's an electrical issue.
This includes issues like the fan blades only turning at one speed, the blades not spinning at all or the blades changing speeds randomly. If you run into any of those issues, it usually means the capacitor in the fan is bad and needs to be repaired or replaced.
If your fan wobbles a lot while it's turned on, that means the bracket needs to be tightened or it needs to be reinstalled.