A common sight in most bathrooms— extractor fans are highly instrumental in lowering humidity which incidentally reduces fogging on the mirrors usually resulting during hot showers. They are also frequently built into appliances that tend to produce smoke or steam, such as ovens.
Extractor fans are employable in clearing rooms affected by smoke, toxic air or even moisture. Usually very compact and rather small, but larger models aren’t an exception, and are found in handsome numbers in factories and areas requiring large-scale ventilation. The pricing on this product largely depends on the power of the fan and the presence of energy-saving technology.
Extractor fans are rarely a post-construction purchase. In most cases, builders install these appliances in bathrooms and other spaces before the end of the construction work. This practice is prevalent to accommodate the ductwork which are a perquisite to install these fans (often to the roof or side of the home) to expel the bad air or moisture. However, some houses, apartments, and offices do not include these fans in their scheme of arrangement.
In the absence of ductwork and fans relying on it, it’s worth considering an inexpensive, pull-cord model like the Manrose 100mm Extractor Fan. Though designed for wall and ceiling ducts, you can have them placed on open windows. Their simple pull-cord design comes handy in expelling excess moisture and bad odour.
Construction companies looking to purchase fans in bulk would do well to consider products like the Domus Shower Fan Kit. Kits like these include several meters worth of ducting, fixed grilles, and built-in timers, which prove be to excellent value add on and expedite the installation process in a smooth manner.
As with any product, there are “Upscale” versions of extractor fans. The HIB Cyclone High Power Inline Fan is a premier model from the Cyclone range of HIB products, these stylish extractor fans are ceiling mounted and feature a high-powered electric motor along with a sleek design.
Both bathroom extractor fans and kitchen extractor fans are crucial to the smooth running of a well-organised household. Though best built into the property, it’s never too late to install a fresh one.