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Is Your Electric Bill Burning Through Your Bank Account? 5 Money-Saving Tips

Who loves saving money? You? Electrical upgrades can help with that. The average American spends just over $100 per month on their electric bill, and while that may not seem substantial, over time, the numbers can really add up. If the total on your monthly electricity statement is higher than you’d like it to be, a few small electrical tweaks can make a substantial difference. How? The experts at Harrison Electric in Plymouth, Minn. are here to explain.

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Does Your Ceiling Fan Need to be Replaced?

Ceiling fans have an estimated lifespan of 10 to 15 years. Their exact lifespans vary based on the quality of the fan, how frequently it is used, and how well it’s maintained. There are a number of reasons why you may need to have a ceiling fan in your home replaced. Here are a few of those reasons:

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Your Guide to Purchasing the Right Ceiling Fan

If you’re thinking about upgrading your old ceiling fans or adding ceiling fans to your new home, there are some fan options you should consider. Not all ceiling fans are made the same, as some have additional features.

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4 Ceiling Fan Features You Should Look For

If you’re thinking about upgrading your old ceiling fans or adding ceiling fans to your new home, there are some fan options you should consider. Not all ceiling fans are made the same, as some have additional features. Once you’ve picked out your ceiling fan, Harrison Electric can install it for you. We can install the fans according to building codes and manufacturer specifications. Contact us today to schedule an installation. Below are four ceiling fan features you should consider.

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3 Things to Consider When Replacing Your Ceiling Fan

Although you may not have considered it, your ceiling fan can help you save on your energy bills. The National Association of House Builders estimates that ceiling fans can help you reduce your energy bills by 30 to 40 percent. With that in mind, we want you to know that there is more to choosing your ceiling fan than ensuring the fan matches your décor.

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3 Considerations You Should Make Before Purchasing a Ceiling Fan

The cost of energy is an important consideration each month when it comes to keeping your home warm or cooled. One way you can keep your home comfortable while reducing the cost of energy is by using a ceiling fan. However, ever ceiling fan isn’t created equal. At Harrison Electric, we want you to get the most benefits from your ceiling fan.

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Reduce Your Utility Bills By Utilizing a Ceiling Fan

Next to your mortgage payment, you can expect to that your utility bills will be one of the largest regular expenses that you incur as a homeowner. You are probably like many other homeowners and interested in trying to save money on your monthly bills. Whether your Plymouth home is powered completely by electricity or it uses a combination of electricity and gas, there are ways that you can easily reduce your utility bills. 

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Proper Ceiling Fan Installation and Use

Ceiling fans are becoming the new standard instead of the old globe lighting fixtures available in every room of every home. Fans offer an advantage of cutting energy costs by circulating air in the room and reducing the workload of your heating and air conditioning unit. Although you may choose a particular ceiling fan according to your budget and design preferences, it needs to be properly installed in order to assure it functions as it is supposed to and is a safe device to have in your home.

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Ceiling Fan or Ceiling Lighting Globe?

A current design trend with new homes and remodels is to install ceiling fans rather than lighting globes. In some situations the choice seems simple, a fan simply provides more options for both air flow and lighting and is therefore the obvious choice. In some cases, however, more thought goes into the final decision. You don’t have to be an architect to make the final determination as to which will best serve your needs. Consider the pro’s and cons of each to make a decision as to which one you may want in each of the rooms in your house.


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Replacing Light Fixtures and Ceiling Fans

Old fixtures rarely wear out and stop working, although they can get to a point when they’re putting off excess heat or making a crackling sound due to electric current running through a worn out connection. Even if working, they may have been painted over the years, or eventually get stained and dirty beyond cleaning. 

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