Types of Ceiling Fans
There are various types of ceiling fans available on the market today. One of the most common questions we receive is, what is the difference between AC and DC ceiling fans? In saying that, we find the below list to be the most regularly purchased types amongst our client base. If you have any questions in relation to your ceiling fan installation please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
Standard Ceiling Fan
The most common type of fan we install each day is your standard ceiling fan. These sorts of fans have a sturdy design which allows them to be easily installed and potentially accessorised to meet the design theme of your home. Some of the more common features include heigh limits of 2.1m, inbuilt lights (modern ceiling fans come with LED lights) and a five-blade design. You will also find a huge range of colours which can be very useful for certain rooms such as a children’s bedroom.
Industrial Ceiling Fan
When you have an industrial workplace you will need an industrial ceiling fan that has been built to specifically handle the intensive temperatures it will be subjected to. Industrial fans by design are able to produce enough airflow to handle medium to large workplaces. There might be specific mounting requirements that need to be met depending on the size of the fan.
Outdoor Ceiling Fan
Do you entertain guests outside? Then you will probably benefit from having an outdoor ceiling fan. Despite the known benefits of keeping you cool in summer, outdoor ceiling fans are also very good at controlling pests such as mosquitoes who struggle to fly through the airflow generated. Keep your guests (and yourself) comfortable this summer.
Exhaust Fan Installations
Exhaust fans are a critical part of the ventilation used throughout homes. They serve to keep moisture levels to a minimum which in turn ensure your home isn’t full of smelly odours and worse, mould growth and harmful bacteria. A good quality exhaust fan, installed professionally in the correct location will help prevent water-related damages in various rooms of your house, including:
Exhaust fans are perfect for your bathroom as they are historically one of, if not the, wettest room in your house. Issues such as mould, bacteria and decay can be rampant if you don’t have a proper ventilation system in place. An exhaust fan will extract the moisture from the air and if you have one with a heater lamp it can keep you warm on the cold winter mornings.
We all love the smell of good cooking but no one likes it when the smell lingers, seeping into services. If your exhaust fan is installed correctly it will assist with promptly removing steam, smoke and odours, transporting them from your home to the outside. This type of airflow will keep your kitchen smelling nice, well after your cooking has finished.
A lot of people don’t realise exactly how much moisture can build up in a laundry, particularly if you have a clothes dryer running for extended periods. Speak to our friendly staff today to get recommendations on the best products and quotes on professional installation.