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Straightforward pricing • 100% satisfaction guaranteed • No extra charges for after-hour service

Whether you need to steady a wobbling fan or want a new fixture installed for a remodel, we can help. Our electricians take the time to talk with you about what you need, which means you'll get a ceiling fan installation or repair that's done right-the first time around.

Service overview

  • Service Call Fee: $FREE! Get a licensed electrician to your door for a FREE estimate on any electrical job. No Job too Big or Small!
  • Troubleshooting and diagnosing a fan issue: $125 typically this includes the repair cost. Depends on the unique situation and parts required.
  • Install price starting at: $179
  • Average time to complete:
    • Repair: 30 minutes to 1 hour
    • Install: 30 minutes to 2 hours
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Ceiling fan repair costs in Atlanta

  • Low: $110
  • Average: $149
  • High: $299

Ceiling fan installation costs in Atlanta

  • Low: $199
  • Average: $289
  • High: $449

Common ceiling fan repair costs

The cost to repair your ceiling fan mainly depends on what part needs to be repaired or replaced.

To help you get a better idea of what you might pay, we’ve listed the costs of some common ceiling fan repairs we see in the Atlanta area:

  • Pull chain replacement: $110–$189
  • Remote control replacement: $170–$289
  • Fan brace box installation/replacement: $220–$369
  • Wall/light switch replacement: $320–$535
  • Wiring installation/replacement: $300–$513

How your ceiling fan service works

1. Schedule

Contact us online or call us at 770.594.9969 to schedule an appointment. We'll call you to confirm your time and talk with you about your ceiling fan installation or repair. Then, we’ll send you a confirmation email with a picture of your electrician, so you know who's coming to your home.

2. Repair/Install

One of our electricians will come to your home to discuss your repair or installation options and give you straightforward pricing for each. Then, they’ll get to work repairing or installing your indoor or outdoor ceiling fan.

3. Follow up

We’ll send you a follow-up survey to make sure you’re happy with our service. Could we have done something better? Let us know and we’ll make it right.

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Ceiling fan brands we service

Prefer Hunter ceiling fans over other brands? Not a problem. We repair and install all major ceiling fan brands, including:

  • Hunter
  • Minka-Aire
  • Monte Carlo
  • Emerson
  • Westinghouse
  • Casablanca
  • Kichler
  • Fanimation

Signs you need a ceiling fan repair

You probably need to repair your ceiling fan if it:

  • Doesn’t turn on. This could indicate a electrical connection, wiring or switch issue. The problem could also be bad wiring or a faulty fan motor. If your ceiling fan doesn’t turn on, but the light on it does, the problem is usually the fan motor.
  • Wobbles. A wobbling fan could just mean a fan blade is out of balance. However, a misaligned fan blade is normally a sign that the fan wasn’t wired or mounted to the ceiling correctly.
  • Makes strange noises. It’s normal to hear your ceiling fan when it’s on, but a grinding or squeaking noise usually indicates a larger problem.

Electrical work can be dangerous, so we recommend leaving the troubleshooting and repairs to a qualified professional.

When to repair vs. replace your ceiling fan

Sometimes, a ceiling fan repair will turn into replacing your fixture.

While we can’t give a cut and dried answer to “When should I replace my ceiling fan?”, most Atlanta homeowners decide to replace instead of repair their ceiling fan when it:

  • Is 10+ years old. The average ceiling fan will only last 5–10 years. If yours is approaching that age, you should consider installing a new one.
  • Starts losing speed. While this could just be a bearing or lubrication problem, it usually means the capacitor is going bad. Capacitors aren’t expensive, but replacements for certain models can be hard to find.
  • The motor is bad. The motor is the most expensive part of the fixture—sometimes costing more than a new ceiling fan.
  • Needs frequent repairs. Repair costs add up quickly. If you find yourself calling an electrician to fix your ceiling fan every few months, you might want to look into installing a new fixture.

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