- You can only install GFCI (ground fault current interrupter) receptacles in bathrooms.
- There must be a receptacle within 3 feet of the outside edge of sink basin.
- No receptacles face-up on countertops.
- Because some receptacles power high-wattage devices like hair dryers, there must be at least one separate 20 amp. branch...
Properly installing a ceiling fan
At Advantage Services we know that installing a ceiling fan can be tricky. Here is a video showing you the steps that you should take. Please take all the safety precautions when doing any electrical work to your home. Advantage Services is in no way responsible for any damages to your electrical system and/or injuries that may occur while doing electrical work on your home. Please read all of the instruction and follow the manufacturers recommendations when installing your new ceiling fan. It can at times feel a little overwhelming. If you feel like you need a little extra help installing your ceiling fan, then please give Advantage Services a call. Whether its is a question, or you would rather us come by and install your new ceiling fan, we would be glad to help.