If a ceiling fan has stopped working, has begun vibrating, or is not operating correctly, it may be wasting electricity; or worse, it may represent an electrical hazard. In this case, it is typically best to have a professional electrician install a replacement.
Sometimes a fan works fine, but a different model presents a more desirable appearance or more attractive features. While many homeowners are capable of installing a new fan themselves, we always recommend a professional installation by a qualified and experienced professional electrician. The reasons are many, but the most important reason is safety. Besides this, many homeowners installing their own fans damage the fans when dropping them, or fail to make sure their new fans are installed so the blades are balanced and operate smoothly, quietly, and efficiently. Other problems can occur when correct wiring connections are not made.
If you need professional ceiling fan installation, handymen often provide affordable services to homeowners.