Replacing Ceiling Fan Lights

If you have a ceiling fan with a light, you completely need to understand how your choice affects your future options when it actually comes time to replace the world. Finding the best choice to fit your requirements now can make your life easier down the track.

Ceiling Fans With Integrated LEDs

Majority of ceiling fans with lights have a LED panel which is integrated within them. These panels fit smoothly onto the bottom of a ceiling fan with many more attractive design choices as they are flat. This sort of light is completely capable of producing a very bright light with minimal energy consumption. In addition, these panels don’t require replacing as often compared to traditional globes. Some manufacturers also claim that their LEDs have an impressive life expectancy of up to 25,000 hours. However, these LED panels aren’t designed to be easily replaced as they have such a long life expectancy.

If you would like to replace a LED light that is integrated, you’ll need to source a completely new replacement part from your place of purchase. Once you’ve got the replacement part, you’ll have to hire an electrician to change the panel. You need to keep in mind that the value and availability of replacement parts will vary between models.

In most cases, this sort of light incorporates a separate warranty. 

Ceiling Fans With User-Replaceable LEDs

A recent innovation was done to introduce a ceiling fan with a LED light that is user-replaceable. The lights on these units have an isolated driver, as a result anyone can easily replace them. The lights panels for these sort of fans are quite specific to the exact type of model model. And on the listings for their fans, they are further listed as accessories. Some customers even prefer to purchase an extra LED panel once they buy their fan. That way, if their light ever needs replacing, you don’t have to wait for a replacement. These are well worth the investment as these panels only have to be replaced very rarely as compared to all the other LED panels. If you’ve got trouble finding what you really need, call us or send us an email.

Replacing The Light With An E27 Or B22 Fitting For A Ceiling Fan

Some fans are compatible with the standard light globes you utilize in other parts of your home. These globes are probably the most intuitive to understand and also the easiest to seek out. They’re readily available in supermarkets or hardware stores. You’ll even find energy-efficient LEDs to suit these fittings.

Ceiling fans using this kind of light usually look quite different to the models without lights in their range. E27 and B22 globes need more room than an LED panel, therefore the light fitting is inside a bowl underneath the fan. Moreover, there are only a few available design variations for fans with E27 or B22 light fittings. That said, if you prefer the E27/B22 style, they’re a superb option. 

Replacing The Light With Add-On Light Kits On Ceiling Fans

There are ceiling fans that allow you to add a light kit post-installation. Furthermore, this kind of design gives you the choice to buy a completely new replacement light kit and have an electrician form Jagdamba Service replace the light on your fan. In the end, depending on how long ago you purchased your fan, these light kits may be easier to source than a spare part. At Jagdamba Service, we list light kits as accessories on the listings for their compatible fans. If you’ve got any queries contact Jagdamba Service or you can also visit our website.