Proper Bathroom Ventilation
Debi Marie learns about home ventilation from Pat Putnam of Continental Fan. Constant high humidity from showers and baths, steam condensation on walls, promote the growth of molds and mildews. Not only are they potential health hazards, they are aging the building materials used in the construction of your home. By turning over the air in a typical bathroom eight times per hour, these problems are virtually eliminated. Pat and homeowner Alan install a new Continental fan into the bathroom and attic to increase ventilation and reduce the noise level produced by the old fan.
Let Your Bathroom Breathe!
Most homeowners take great pride in their homes, spending a great deal of time and money on necessary repairs as well as decorative upgrades. The aesthetics of your home are often considered most important, allowing for your hard work to be displayed to family and friends. However, often the things we can’t see are the ones that need the most attention.
Ventilation is a major issue in most homes, especially in the bathroom. While many homeowners are focused on the general appearance of their restroom, not having proper ventilation behind the scenes can lead to serious damage. Mold, mildew, humidity, and odor can create an unpleasant bathroom experience and can even destroy all the hard work you put into its overall design!
Continental Fan Manufacturing supplies various types of residential ventilation products, but one of their most popular applications is bathroom exhaust. With over 25 years of experience in solving bathroom ventilation issues, their inline duct fans are tailored to fit your needs.
Not every bathroom can be adequately ventilated by a typical ceiling mount bath fan, especially if your bathroom is large. One of the most common misconceptions about bathroom ventilation is that any generic fan will get the job done. However, there are some things that need to be addressed before choosing the ventilation system that’s right for your bathroom as well as questions you should be asking:
• How much airflow is required to ventilate my bathroom?
• How can I reduce noise from my bathroom fan?
• What is the best way to control my bath fan?
• Is it possible to have two vents in my bathroom?
• What type of duct is recommended?
• What type of ventilation is recommended with my bathroom appliances?
Continental Fan Manufacturing can help answer all these questions and more. A simple fan update can prevent costly damages and protect the investment you’ve put into your bathroom design!
And did you know that inline duct fans can be used for more than just bathroom ventilation? If you have a dryer that takes too long to dry your clothes, it may require a booster fan. Does your range hood exhaust fan sound like a jet engine? Consider replacing it with a quiet inline fan from Continental Fan Manufacturing.
For more information, please visit http://www.continentalfan.com/.
(Pompano Beach, FL) O2 Media’s popular home improvement show Designing Spaces on Lifetime Television, welcomes Continental Fan Manufacturing, Inc., makers of residential ventilation products. Make sure to tune in to this special “Think Green” edition of Designing Spaces on Lifetime TV, February 2nd at 7:30am (ET/PT) as they offer Lifetime viewers ventilation tips for the bathroom.
In the upcoming segment, an expert from Continental Fan joins the program to walk the audience through proper ways to ventilate their bathrooms as well as ways to help prevent mold and mildew build-up and moisture.
“We believe there is a growing segment of do-it-yourself consumers who have invested in their bathrooms. In keeping with those improvements, ventilation is a critical element for protecting those investments and keeping things new. Appearing on Designing Spaces on Lifetime is a great opportunity to show how our AXC Inline duct fans can easily be installed by the consumer with the right tools and guidance.”-- Continental Fan Manufacturing
Continental Fan manufacturers as well as supplies ventilation products for several residential applications. They have over 25-years of experience in problem solving bathroom exhaust dilemmas. Mold, mildew, humidity and odor are all things that can create an unpleasant bathroom, not to mention damage.
Make sure to watch Designing Spaces on Lifetime TV to learn that by introducing proper ventilation-- you can fend off these potential hazards.
For more information, go to http://www.continentalfan.com/.
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