If your ceiling fan motor is burnt out, damaged, or making loud noises, it needs replacement. We offer fan motor repair and replacement with a new one that matches the specifications and compatibility of your fan model. We also help you select the best type of motor for your fan size and style.
When a ceiling fan switch is broken, loose, or not working properly, it needs to be replaced. Our electricians replace the fan switch with a new one that fits your fan model and wiring system. We also install a dimmer switch or a remote control for your convenience.
Ceiling fan wiring gets frayed, exposed, or short-circuited and poses a fire hazard or causes electrical shocks. We replace the old wiring with a new one that meets the Australian Electrical Standards and Codes of Practice. We also upgraded the wiring system to accommodate more ceiling fans.
Got a snapped, stuck, or missing ceiling fan pull-chain? We replace the old pull chain to match your fan model and design. We can also install a longer or shorter pull chain if you need it.
If your ceiling fan remote control is lost, broken, or not working properly, we can reprogram it with the correct frequency and code for your fan model. We also have different remote control models, if needed.
Our qualified and certified electricians have undergone extensive training. Our valued accreditations include;
Have a look at the factors you must consider while choosing a ceiling fan:
✔ Size of the room
✔ Height of the ceiling
✔ Style of the room
✔ Weather conditions in your area
At MCH Electrical, our experienced technicians will advise you on the perfect ceiling fan for your property.
If your ceiling fan makes noises like wobbling, squeaking, humming, or rattling, understand there’s a problem with the fan. It might be
✔ Loose or unbalanced
✔ Dirty or dusty
✔ Old or worn out
Not sure how to fix the noise problem yourself? Call us for professional assistance anytime. We’ll inspect and repair it for you in no time.
The cost of an outdoor ceiling fan depends on
✔ Size and quality of the fan,
✔ Features and accessories of the fan, and
✔ Installation and maintenance of the fan.
Yes, hiring an electrician to install a ceiling fan is the best choice. Installing a ceiling fan involves working with electricity, which can be dangerous if not done correctly. Sometimes it’s required to modify the existing wiring system or add a new circuit breaker to add a ceiling fan.
Don’t risk damaging your property and life by doing it yourself if you don’t have the proper skills, tools, and permits.
Call us or Email us today, and one of our friendly electricians will get back.