Your bathroom will naturally collect its fair share of moisture. With hot water coming from the shower, bathtub and bathroom sink, humidity and moisture can’t be avoided. But if that moisture isn’t vented out of the bathroom, it can quickly be a breeding ground for mold. A bathroom fan quickly and effectively vents the moisture out of your bathroom to leave you and your family with clean mirrors and breathable air.
Determine CFM Needs
CFM or "Cubic Feet per Minute" is the measurement of air exhausted by a bath fan in one minute. To determine how much CFM you need out of your bath fan simply measure the floor space in your bathroom and round up.
For example, a bathroom floor 7 feet long and 9 feet wide is 63 sq feet, so a bathfan with a 70 CFM rating or better is recommended.
7 ft X 9 ft = 63 sqft | 70 CFM+
Choose your Features
- Light Included:
These fans come with a light built in and some even offer a night light for navigating your bathroom at night.
- Heater Included:
With a built in heater, keeping your bathroom at a comfortable temperature after a shower has never been easier.
- Humidity Sensing:
These Fans include a sensor that automatically engages the fan when sufficient humidity is detected.
- Recessed Fans:
The elegance of recessed lighting combined with strong air moving performance makes these fans both discrete and effective.
Exhausting air never looked so good! These fans are made to accentuate your decor while quietly handling your room's ventilation needs.