Yeobuild HomeRepair is an authorised service provider for KDK and 6 other major brands and your one-stop fan repair service provider.
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How Does Yeobuild Fan Repair Service Work?


Book your appointment at any time using our online booking system or over the phone. Our customer service will contact you the next working day to confirm your booking.


Our technicians will proceed to conduct an inspection, explain the issue, and repair your appliance. An electronic service report will be provided after and you can pay via cash, cheque, bank transfer, or PayNow.


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Fan repair warranty

All Fan repairs done by us are given 3 months (and above) service warranty.

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All our technicians are certified and competent to provide fan services.

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  • KDK appliances

  • La Germania

  • Kadeka

  • Maytag

  • Bertazzoni

  • Europace

  • Otimmo

Yeobuild HomeRepair Certifications

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Yeobuild HomeRepair is a certified expert in ceiling fan installations, repairs and replacements. Allow us to get the air circulating in your home in no time!

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What Are the Types of Fans That We Repair?

ceiling fan

Ceiling Fan

This is the type of fan you would often find in most homes, and it is also the most common. It is described as a mechanical fan that hangs from a room’s ceiling and is often powered by electricity. These fans often have revolving hubs that aid in spreading and circulating air evenly. The air is distributed evenly across the entire area since ceiling fans are often suspended into the ceiling in the middle of the room.
table fan

Table Fan

Table fans are another very popular and favored fan option by most people after ceiling fans. Table fans can be placed on a table or even the floor; all they require is a hard, stable base. They are incredibly portable, easy to use, and tiny in size. In addition to being electrically operated, table fans also contain a motor inside of them. When taking into account their financial requirements, the versatility of usage, and durability, many individuals prefer using table fans.

tower fan

Tower Fan

Tower fans have a wide coverage area because of their 90-degree airflow. On the edges of the machine, they also have inlets that allow them to draw in outside air. For the best type of air supply procedure, they have a basic fan mechanism with cylinder blades. Tower fans use less energy than air coolers and do nothing more complicated than move the air inside a room. This sets it apart significantly from an air conditioner because it merely promotes air flow rather than cooling the air.

pedestal fan

Pedestal Fan

These have a greater degree of adaptability and excellent cooling capabilities. Described as electric oscillating fans with a detachable stand that can be modified to meet your needs, pedestal fans are oscillating electric fans. These are extremely tall objects that are sometimes known as “stand fans.” They are created with an oscillation function that substantially aids in the best air distribution and transfer. In contrast to ceiling fans, they are also incredibly portable and lightweight, making it easy to move them about and turn them on by merely putting the switch into the outlet.

exhaust fan

Exhaust Fan

Electricity is commonly used to power exhaust fans. Their operation is much the same as that of any other fan, with the exception that the unit is propelled along by an electric current running through the entire system. The blades of the fan begin to turn as a result, ventilation the air all around. The exhaust fan’s blades spin at a high speed, drawing all the hot air from the room or bathroom toward it before it is expelled forth. When you use an exhaust fan, cool, fresh air from outside begins to fill the space.

wall mounted fan

Wall Mounted Fan

Wall mounted fans are intended for small, constrained areas without adequate wiring and extremely low or high ceilings. Small offices, auditoriums, sizable party halls, and warehouses are all excellent spaces for wall-mounted fans. In addition, they operate and function considerably differently from traditional ceiling fans. Simply pushing air around the space where they are mounted, these fans. Conversely, ceiling fans force the air downward to circulate it.

misting fan

Misting Fan

It’s interesting to note that misting fans require a supply of water, which is squirted out as a mist by high-pressure pumps built into the fan mechanism. After that, the mist is spread around the space where it gradually combines with warm air. Misting fans have a high-pressure water pump and a strong blower attached, which together produce incredibly effective cooling for both indoor and outdoor environments. The best part is that because the mist produced by these fans is so light and fine, it won’t even feel like it is touching your skin or wet your clothes.

floor fan

Floor Fan

You can put these fans anyplace you like, and they are really convenient. They also clearly outperform ceiling fans in that they don’t need to be permanently installed. This implies that they can be used to cool outdoor areas like patios, balconies, and terraces as well. Inbuilt oscillation, adjustable height, tilt-able heads, metal steel or superior grade plastic construction, 180-degree angle rotation, and compact designs are just a few of the common features of most floor fans.

industrial fan

Industrial Fan

The constant flow of air that industrial fans provide is their primary or key function. This air is subsequently utilized for a variety of various tasks, such as air purification, cooling, exhaust, combustion, ventilation, drying, aeration, and many other things. Axial fans and centrifugal fans are the two primary categories of industrial fans. Axial fans essentially use axial forces to facilitate air circulation. They accomplish this with the aid of the fan system’s attached blades and central hub. The fluid inside the fan moves to the wheel shaft as a result of the hub’s rapid rotation.

The Top 5 Common Fan Problems

Light is Flickering

Older bulbs or a dimmer switch issue may be to blame for this. Another possibility is that a current limiter is active. These control the current on your higher wattage bulbs to ensure they don’t stress the wiring. Although the limitation can be removed, there are disadvantages. You can also choose LED bulbs because they are typically more reliable and effective. Keep in mind that replacing the limiter also aids in lowering the possibility of electrical fires.

Fan is Wobbly

When a ceiling fan is off-center, it usually starts to wobble. To prevent this, the fan’s blades must be balanced. You get wobbling when a mounting bracket isn’t in position or a screw is loose. Fortunately, balancing kits are available that might assist in finding a solution. They are expensive, which is a problem. You can balance your own vehicle using some fan weights that are considerably less expensively available. It might not be ideal, but it ought to be adequate.

Noisy operation

Your ceiling fan will likely generate some noise from time to time. When you have an electrical appliance with moving parts, that is exactly what happens. However, it can be bothersome if you hear buzzing or even louder noises. Tightening the screws is the most effective solution to the problem. It frequently results from loosened screws. They gradually become looser due to micro vibrations. If that still doesn’t resolve the problem, try removing the moving parts to focus on the noise’s origin.

Stuck on one speed

The majority of ceiling fans run at different speeds. But if your ceiling fan only has one speed, you’ll be able to tell right away that something is wrong. It usually results from a problem with the capacitor or another motor-related problem. Examine the capacitor first. If that is not the problem, you might need to completely replace the motor. Just be sure to use the correct type of capacitor while doing the replacement.

Ceiling fan doesn’t turn on

When your ceiling fan won’t come on at all as you try to use it, it is one of the most unsettling situations. If the fan is not operating, there may be an electrical issue or a capacitor issue. There are various methods for resolving the problem. If your ceiling fan is more recent, the warranty should cover you. If not, begin by addressing the capacitor before moving on to the motor. When your ceiling fan doesn’t turn on at all, they are typically to blame.

A Guide to the Essential Parts of A Fan

Fan blades

One of the most distinguishing characteristics of most fans is their blades. These are the rotating paddle-like components that circulate air inside the fan. To move air from one place to another, they are angled. Some fans feature a switch that users can use to change the airflow’s direction, while others only have one direction they can blow air independent of the angle of their blades.

Center hub

The hub is at the middle of each fan blade. Without it, your fan would simply not function since the motor and the rest of the fan would be two separate pieces. It is the mechanism that joins the fan blades to the motor. To put it another way, the hub keeps everything coordinated.

Fan motor

An electric fan is propelled by a motor. No matter what type of fan it is—ceiling, window, desk, computer, or automobile—it needs power to continue whirling and circulating air, which is normally provided by a motor. The motors for ceiling fans are housed in a unique motor housing that is located above the fan hub. The motor housing units for desk and box fans are normally found behind the hub. Some models of computer and automobile fans depend on the car or computer’s internal power supply to turn the fan, while others may or may not have motors separate from the equipment they support.

Power switch

Even though it may sound unduly basic to suggest that electrical fans are driven by electricity, the fan cannot operate without its electrical components. The circuit is complete when a switch is flipped, allowing electricity from an external power source to be provided to the motor, which powers and rotates the fan. Not all fans have an obvious switch. The switch is flipped when power is delivered to the complete device, and computer fans turn on when the computer does.

Protective guard

Fan guards shield the user and the fan from harm. Those with a high likelihood of coming into touch with environmental factors, such as plant matter, additional mechanical components, or the user’s skin, will be equipped with a guard. The protection is often absent from ceiling fans because there is little possibility of running into someone or something. There may or may not be a guard on computer fans to prevent the blades from tangling with other parts of the casing. Depending on the brand and model of the automobile, the purpose, and the placement of the fan, automotive fans may or may not have a guard.

Fan mount

Fan mounts are mountings and brackets that help hold a fan firmly in position so that it can cool securely and effectively. Fan mounts keep a fan in place so it may operate as efficiently as possible to move air and regulate speed. Depending on the operating environment and substrate to which the fan will be attached, fan mounts can be clipped, screwed, or riveted into position. They are made to fit various types of fans.

Electrical wiring

A fan would be unable to access and utilize electricity to its fullest extent without wiring and would be forced to rely on external forces, such as wind, to move, which would be challenging inside of buildings or inside of equipment. A desk fan’s wall plug transforms electrical energy into a form the device can use. To turn the fan’s blades, wiring conducts power from the motor through the entire device.

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What do our customers say about us?

Annie Ho
Annie Ho
My home microwave (Turbo Incanto) broke down and initially i was sceptical to call for a home repair service! Thankfully, I found a reliable microwave repair service in Yeobuild. Their technician, Mr Syafiq came down at the appointed day/time and gave sound advice on the job scope after checking my microwave (heating system failed). Initial $60 fee was waived and all-inclusive $190 fee paid for repairs, transport, delivery, installation, spare parts, etc. No hidden charges and fees are transparent as quoted by Mr Syafiq. Job completed in 3 days with Invoice (cash payment) and Job Report emailed to me promptly. Thank you for the excellent service. Highly Recommended.
sandra a
sandra a
I've used yeobuild three times - for my wine fridge, washing machine and oven. All three times, the items were repaired professionally and in a timely manner. No idea if it is good value as I didn't compare prices, but I appreciate the prompt appointments, straightforward price quotes and follow ups. Will continue to use them and recommend to friends.
Jz L
Jz L
UPDATED post follow up: Service team returned call and fixed an appointment readily for next day as promised. Both fans are in good working condition 🙏🏻 Hope that YeoBuild can be impeccable in all aspects going forward, not solely zoomed in just for new accounts. Will return for other repairs and services if need to! Initial appointment was set up fast but received many calls for new slot allocation to fix on 1. Handyman is good and professional, mentioned that for follow up of capacitor replacement, the team will be in touch soon once we make payment for the new units. The ones he has did not fit ours hence the follow up appointment is required. Right after the first trip, email summary and invoice came for follow up. But no one reached out to give status nor make appointment for the expected service for replacement. Its been 2-3 weeks. I called once and they mentioned will check exact and lmk, still no updates so far.
Ilsun Cho
Ilsun Cho
We had Mr Yap, came to repair our oven. He was very competant, effective and professional when repairing our oven. He arrived on time. Give him two thumbs up ! He was just great !

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