Fan Installation (attic or ceiling)
When temperatures on a summer day reach 80 degrees, your attic could reach 150 degrees. On days like this, your air conditioner could constantly be running, resulting in increasing energy bills. An attic fan could bring the temperature of your attic down by 50 degrees. This could translate to a ten degree reduction in your living temperatures. Moisture is another concern in attics. With every day activities such as showering and cooking, this moisture will rise to the attic and seep into the rafters. In turn, this could cause mold and serious health issues. Attic fans can ventilate this rising moisture; therefore, preventing this cycle from happening.
Our professionals do a complete installation of attic fans. With extensive backgrounds, we can choose the appropriate motor assembly to handle the square footage of your attic. Kratt Electric, Inc. will install appropriate circuitry to the attic to keep your fan running efficiently.
Is your current attic fan not working?
With our experience, we have the ability to match your existing parts and to repair any attic fan, such as blades, housing, motors and thermostats.
Ceiling fans can be a great way to cut down on your energy bills. As there is a variety to choose from, you will be able to select one that matches your individual style and theme for each room. Helping to cool rooms on extremely hot days and to circulate warm air during those winter evenings, adding ceiling fans to your rooms will become a highly noticed enhancement.
I have a cathedral ceiling. Can I add a ceiling fan?
Absolutely! Kratt Electric, Inc. can hang ceiling fans at any height. We are equipped with appropriate ladders on our vans which will reach any level in your home.
Can the current box in my ceiling hold a ceiling fan?
Kratt Electric, Inc. always checks to make sure that the current box is UL listed and rated to hold the weight and motion of the purchased ceiling fan. Safety is a number one priority. A ceiling fan is a major appliance and could severely injure someone if installed improperly. Know that we do it right the first time.