Ceiling Fans use around the same amount of energy as a 100 watt lightbulb and by turning on your fan in conjunction with your air conditioner, you will be able to raise the thermostat on your air conditioner, thereby further reducing your energy consumption by up to 8%. We supply and/or install both indoor and outdoor fans for residential and commercial properties.
Exhaust fans are commonly used in kitchens, bathrooms, laundries and toilets. They increase ventilation and can even prevent hot air from entering the home in summer and warm air from escaping in winter. New exhaust fans are easy to clean and install, have less dust build-up, are quiet to operate and will help you save on energy costs. Ducted exhaust fans are ideal for removing large volumes of damp air from rooms where there is little or no access to windows and ceiling cavities. An in-line exhaust fan can be installed to move heated air from one room to another, and they can also draw cold air into rooms.
Bathroom 3-in-1 Fans
Features a fan, light and instant heat for your bathroom with selectable heat settings and backdraught shutters on some models. They are supplied with energy-efficient compact fluorescent globes and feature an efficient motor and fan for optimum performance.
We supply and/or install industrial fans and commercial extraction exhaust fans.