Fixing Problems with Ceiling Fans

After prolonged use in your home, it is not uncommon to see a number of problems arise with your ceiling fans. One of the most common issues is a squeaking noise coming from the ceiling fan. This tends to happen most often after a significant amount of use, and can be pesky if left untreated.

If the problem has persisted since the fan was first installed, you may simply need to replace your fan with a higher quality ceiling fan. Oftentimes the fans picked up at big box stores or home centers are not of the highest quality, and may begin making these noises out of the box. If this problem has just begun, the most likely culprit is a loose screw somewhere on the fixture. Once you have tightened every screw on the fixture, your problem should be resolved. Another problem that can cause this issue is if your fan has become off balance.

If your problem still persists, it may be time to replace your fan. Contact us today to learn more about how you can maintain the fans in your home and replace older fixtures that can cause problems such as noise or a lack of efficiency.