Bathrooms and kitchens are damp rooms by definition, so providing proper ventilation is imperative, both for the occupant's health and for the bathroom itself. Extractor fans renew the ambient air in a room, which limits the emergence of any condensation and the appearance of mould all the while reducing the humidity level.
We do not recommend placing any of our products in a dishwasher as it may cause damage.
If you feel there is a problem with the fan due to dust etc, please contact our technical team so we can ensure we rectify the problem.
Condensation occurs when warm air collides with cold surfaces, or when there's too much humidity in your home. When this moisture-packed warm air comes into contact with a chilly surface, it cools down quickly and releases the water, which turns into liquid droplets on the cold surface. Condensation is caused by a build up of excess moisture that has nowhere to escape so forms on walls and ceilings.
Extractor fans by design eliminate excess moisture in the air which in turn removes condensation keeping your home well ventilated. High power inline extractor fans work hard at eliminating this moisture and keeping your home condensation free.
In order to ensure you get the right product to address the ventilation problem you are having, we recommend speaking to our dedicated technical team.
How do you know which is the best extractor fan for you? There is no 'one size fits all' when it comes to fitting the right ventilation for your property. Unlike our competitors we won't advise a product without knowing all of your requirements, such as the best location for the fan; wall, ceiling, inline? Grill, roof vent or soffit?
You can contact our technical team over the phone to discuss your requirements.
We know that no two properties are the same which is why it is important to ensure the right product is specified and installed correctly. This is why we offer a free home survey as standard to ensure the correct product is installed and you have the best extractor fan.
During a free home survey your local expert will assess any condensation, damp and mould problems that you may be facing in your property and take readings of the relative humidity levels throughout the property.
All our ventilation specialists are highly trained in carrying out home surveys to identify any underlying problems and make recommendations to ensure the correct solution is provided, all complying with current Building Regulations.Book A Free Property Survey
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