The Bathroom Fan: The Forgotten Fixture
If you are like most homeowners, you don't use the exhaust fan in your bathroom; it's too loud and very annoying. Masking unpleasant odors with aerosol sprays and plug-in air fresheners only adds more odors and chemicals to the air. Opening a window is not enough and may not always be practical or safe.
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Today’s homes are designed to be more airtight and energy efficient than they were in the past. These improvements make it difficult for your home to breathe; the amount of air that can “leak” in and out of your home is limited. The EPA estimates that the level of indoor pollutants and containments inside your home may be two to five times greater than those found in outdoor air. Without proper ventilation, indoor pollutants given off from cleaning chemicals, finishes, furnishings, and daily living activities build up.
Effective ventilation is especially important in bathrooms, which experience high levels of odors and excess moisture. Excessive moisture peels paint and wallpaper, rots windowsills, warps doors, and promotes the growth of mold and mildew. Efficient Aero Pure quiet bathroom ventilation fans clear the air, removing unpleasant odors, chemicals, and moisture before they become a problem.
Proper bathroom ventilation is a must- to help remove unpleasant and inconvenient odors and to reduce the harmful effects of excessive moisture and the growth of mold and mildew.
Choosing the Right Fan
Choosing the right fan is easy! There are four important critieria for choosing a quiet bathroom fan
More Ventilation Facts
Now that you've chosen a fan, some installation considerations