Finding the right exhaust fan
When shopping for a bathroom ventilation fan, there are a few things to take into consideration:
Fans are sized and rated based on their ability to move air in cubic feet per minute (CFM), so the best guideline to use is to make sure the fan has 1CFM for every square foot of floor space in the bathroom.
The noise level of bathroom fans is measured in sones and the least amount of sones, the quieter the fan will be. It is recommended that a bathroom fan have a sone rating of 2 or less.
There are several features to also consider, do you want an exhaust fan with a built in light, a built in heater to add extra warmth or a humidity and motion sensor to improve overall efficiency and conserve energy?
Once you’ve decided what exhaust fan is right for you, stop by ESC this week to take advantage of our Panasonic fan special running until July 16th!
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