Fans – All Types
If your home has no A/C or you want to save money and energy by using your A/C less, consider installing an efficient whole-house fan. A whole-house fan pulls cool outside air into your home and pushes hot air out into the attic space. These units cost a fraction of what full A/C units cost and use much less energy. They can even work as well in certain situations! 
Attic Exhaust Fans
During the summer your attic temperatures can reach up to 140°F! This heat can seep into your living space and cause your A/C to work harder than it needs to. An attic fan can help eliminate the trapped heat in your attic and make cooling your house much more efficient. The attic fan regulates the heat level of your home’s attic by exhausting hot air. A built-in thermostat can be used to automatically turn the fan off and on. 
Bathroom Exhaust Fans
Bathroom exhaust fans help to control humidity and odors in the bathroom. These fans help ventilate excess steam during showers, among other duties. Higher end units have heat units built in to help make the bathroom more comfortable in colder times.
Ceiling fans are a welcome addition to any room, improving the light quality, comfort, and look. Our electricians have installed thousands of new fans since 1987, and have replaced just as many old and inoperative fans. We can help you decide whether you want to hardwire your fan with individual fan and light dimming and control, use a remote, or rely on just a switch and the unit’s pull chains.
Dyson Airblade Hand Dryers
If you are looking to increase the utility of your bathrooms and wash basins, consider installing a Dyson Airblade hand dryer. These units are energy efficient and fast handdryers and add a touch of class to any restaurant, office, or home.