Exhaust Fan Installation Service
Exhaust Fan Installation Services
The humble exhaust fan doesn’t usually get the attention it deserves. Exhaust fans can make the rooms they’re installed in a lot more pleasant, comfortable, and healthy. The fans provide necessary ventilation to areas of the home that have none, or where additional spot ventilation is needed.
If you don’t have an exhaust fan in the overly humid or odorous parts of your home, or if your existing fans aren’t getting the job done, call Mr. Electric®. You’ll get professional exhaust fan installation service and a free home electrical inspection from licensed electricians.
Why Do I Need Exhaust Fans?
Proper venting is important to a home’s indoor air quality and to protect it against mold and mildew.
Installing exhaust fans will:
- Improve your indoor air quality and enhance your family’s comfort. Your new exhaust fans will remove cooking smells, smoke, and bathroom fumes and vent away excess humidity from baths and showers, resulting in less mold and mildew cleanup.
- Improve cleaning convenience by venting airborne grease and cooking particles out of your kitchen.
- Making odor control easier with quick ventilation of offensive fumes.
- Prevent damage to walls, wallpaper, paint, wood floors, and furniture, all of which can be damaged by excess moisture in the air.
Which Rooms in My Home Should Have an Exhaust Fan?
Here’s where we recommend having exhaust fans installed:
- Bathroom Exhaust Fan Installation
Bathroom exhaust fans move moisture and odors out of 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.
- 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 items stored there from getting moldy and prevents wood rot on floors and furniture.
Why Get Professional Exhaust Fan Installation Service from Mr. Electric?
The electrical wiring and venting required for proper exhaust fan installation are vital to get right, and difficult for most DIYers. An experienced professional installer is the best person for the job.
When not properly vented to the outdoors, exhaust fans send the moisture and fumes to another area of the home, which causes mold growth and lowers air quality. And failing to seal the vent pipe correctly can lead to water damage to your roof or wall. Or, you may need a larger or more powerful exhaust fan replacement and end up buying the wrong unit to install.
A licensed electrician from Mr. Electric can guide you to the right product for your needs and perform your exhaust fan installation right, the first time.
Get Home Ventilation Issues Solved With Prompt, Reliable Electrical Service
If your current fans are too small, underpowered, or improperly vented, we can install the right exhaust fan to solve your home ventilation problems.
When Mr. Electric adds or replaces an exhaust fan, you may want to take the opportunity to upgrade to a multi-functional fan. Many modern fans on the market also include a lighting fixture and/or heat bulb unit. If you have a bathroom (especially one with no window) or kitchen without an exhaust fan, you’ll really notice the difference after your Mr. Electric professional installs your fans.
If you're lacking exhaust fans or yours are in disrepair, contact Mr. Electric. We’re right in your neighborhood and provide a free home electrical inspection with each electrical installation or repair. Call us today at (844) 866-1367 or schedule an appointment online.