Feb 19, 2004 1:06 pm
Many bathrooms only have windows which obviously don't provide an adequate amount of air movement to really ventilate properly.
We're looking at installing an exhaust, but I've also heard inefficiency stories about many of them.
Could anyone kindly suggest what EFFECTIVE fans are available on the market, and thoughts on timer exhaust fans [anyone] ?
Re: Timer Exhaust Fans2
Dec 15, 2004 7:01 pm
ALTHOUGH THEY'RE NOT TIMBER, THE IXL TASTICS ARE VERY GOOD. AVAILABLE IN 2 AND 4 GLOBE MODELS.
THIS PRODUCT HAS A HEAT LAMPS AND ALSO EXHAUST FAN. VERY GOOD FOR BATHROOMS WITHOUT WINDOWS.
TIMBER COVERS CAN BE PURCHASED FROM YOUR BETTER HARDWARE STORES THAT SUPPLY PERIOD STYLE PRODUCTS.
THESE COVERS CAN BE PLACED OVER NORMAL EXHAUST FANS.
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