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Whether it’s in the bathroom or attic, exhaust fans play a key role in removing unwanted pollutants, temperature or odors from certain rooms within your home. Specifically, they work to draw the air into the fan and then safely push it, via ventilation, to the outside of your home. But what type of exhaust fan do you need in your home? And how can you ensure that your appliance is properly installed and venting to the outside of your home? That’s where we come in. We can help you select the right type of replacement exhaust fan or help install an exhaust fan in places where there currently isn’t one, but should be. Here’s a closer look at the value of an exhaust fan installation and how we can help:

The Critical Role of Exhaust Fans

Whether it’s odor, moisture, heat or other airborne pollutants, exhaust fans essentially safely vent whatever is in the air in a respective room or area to the outside of your home. While exhaust fans can help improve indoor air quality, they also play a significant role in keeping your property and belongings in good condition as well. For instance, moisture from a hot shower can lead to mold or mildew growth over time.



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Exhaust Fan Installation

Here's a closer look at some popular exhaust fan spots within the home and the key role they play in these locations:



Bathroom exhaust fans are best installed close to the shower or tub, as they play a key role in removing moisture from the room to prevent mold and mildew growth, and eliminate common bathroom odors. Odors can negatively impact the room's overall indoor air quality, while mold and mildew - if left untreated - can damage building materials.



Unlike bathroom exhaust fans, attic fans are more about temperature control than moisture and odor removal. Specifically, they work to push out warm air that's building up within the attic, while bringing cooler air inside. This can help keep the temperature in your home more consistent, which can help ease the strain on your HVAC system.

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For more information on the key role that exhaust fans play within your property, contact us today. We’ll ensure that your exhaust fan installation is done properly so it can work effectively within your home. We can also help you select the right type of exhaust fan for your property to ensure efficient operation.
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