Because ventilation fans help remove odors, humidity, and fumes from your home, it's important to install them in rooms where those offenders are present. Here are several locations where we recommend exhaust fan installation:
Bathroom Exhaust Fan Installation
Bathroom exhaust fans remove moisture and odors from the bathroom, eliminating foggy mirrors and excess heat. Venting moisture out of a bathroom inhibits mold growth and can prevent peeling paint or wallpaper.
Kitchen Exhaust Fan Installation
Kitchen exhaust fans dissipate cooking smells, grease, smoke, natural gas fumes, and heat from the kitchen's air. Using a kitchen exhaust fan may also mean running the air conditioning less. For best results, choose a vented kitchen fan over an unvented fan. Remember that a kitchen exhaust fan can still benefit you even if you already have a vent hood for your stove.
Garage Exhaust Fan Installation
Garage exhaust fans clear out unhealthy, dangerous fumes from car exhaust, lawnmowers, stored gasoline, tires, and chemicals. Running an exhaust fan in the garage will also help the space feel cooler in the summer.
Attic Exhaust Fan Installation
Attic exhaust fans prevent attics from becoming stuffy or too hot. Running an exhaust fan in the attic also protects stored items from mold and prevents wood rot on floors and furniture.