A guide on how to easy install a bathroom fan

The bathroom is the one room in the home that can be riddled with moisture and odor. Installing a bathroom fan is the best way to take care of these 2 common problems. There are different types and sizes of fans to choose from and purchase, it all depends on a number of factors. Ask yourself the following questions: How big is your bathroom? It goes without saying that a smaller bathroom requires a smaller fan with low rotation or function speeds. You can select fans that can be counted on the ceiling or on the wall and it all depends on your preference. Bigger bathrooms require bigger fans or multiple fans. What is the best place to install the fan? The most recommended spot to install a bathroom fan is in between the shower and the toilet area (for combined bathrooms). The idea behind this is to ensure that odor and moisture is best tackled. What am I looking for in a Fan? If you looking for a fan that gets the job done, you can select a regular bathroom fan which ranges in costs. If you are looking to give your bathroom a perfect finish, then you can choose decorative bathroom fans that will keep your interior décor intact. Once you have sorted the above checklist, you need to dress the part. Some long sleeved top, gloves and eyewear are most important. You will also need a ladder and your basic tools such as screwdrivers, power drill, screws and, of course, the fan. Installing a bathroom fan can be done in 2 ways; there is the DIY option that requires you to get down and dirty by cutting out the hole from your ceiling or wall, installing the fan and the duct pipe accordingly, finding the shortest distance to install the pipe to the outer part of your home, placing the vent into place and finally wiring your brand new fan to the home power source. If this seems too hectic for you, then call in the bathroom fan installation experts who will not only guide you on the best place to install the fan but also take care of the wiring. A visit to stores such as Home Depot or Lowes can give you a variety of bathroom fans to choose from. You can get a Celling Mount Exhaust fan for as low as $14 and also decorative fans such as the Victorian Decorative 90 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Fan with Light for about $83.



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