Book A Crewe recommends updating your bathroom fan to a new model that will run longer and save money on your energy bill.
Selecting the Appropriate Bathroom Fan Size and Style
Numerous sizes of Bathroom fans are available in the market. A small unit Fan consumes just 50 cubic feet of air per minute (CFM), and larger units consume almost 200 CFM. Selecting a suitable fan size from this extensive range is very critical. Our skilled and experienced contractors will help you to choose the right one based on your bathroom size.
A small unit fan will be insufficient to remove enough odor or moisture; on the other Bathroom fans shouldn’t have to make a noise like a jet engine. This place should be quiet and odor-free. A loud bath fan can reduce your social status and increase your electricity bill. The modern bathroom fans are so smart and quiet you can hardly hear them run. In comparison, most inhabitants are more than 20 years old and have bathroom fans that consume about 125 watts of electricity and make five times more noise than an average refhand, the large unit fan can generate a dangerous air pressure condition that pulls deadly carbon monoxide back over your water heater flue.
We use a mathematical method to calculate the size of the fan that will meet your needs. We multiply the bathroom’s length, width, and height size to get its total cubic feet. Then we multiply the total calculated cubic feet by .13 and round up to the nearest 10. As an example, an 8 ft. x 6 ft. bath with a 7 ft. ceiling equals 336 cubic feet. When you multiply 336 by .13, we will get 43 CFM. If we round up, it will get to 50. So buy a 50 CFM bathroom fan.
Noiseless fans are costly, so select the right one that fits your budget. If your bathroom has a mold problem, you may choose a model with a moisture sensor that runs the fan till humidity falls to an average level. Select a “retrofit” model with marginally more significant dimensions than your existing fan for the most effortless installation.
Tools and Materials We Use
• Work light
• Flathead screwdriver
• Extension cord
• Voltage tester
• Carpenter’s pencil
• Drywall saw
• Metal-cutting blade for the reciprocal saw
• Philips-head screwdriver
• Stud finder
• Measuring tape
• Reciprocating saw
• Electric drill/ driver
• Twist-on wire connectors
• Self-drilling 1.5″ construction screws
• Aluminum foil HVAC UL-listed tape
• Fire-barrier caulk
• Fire-rated expanding foam
. If you’re running the bathroom fan exhaust out through you will also need roofing cement ,shingles and roofing nails.
The Role of our Professional Teams in New York City
Our professional team is very skilled and experienced in Bathroom Fan Installation projects. At first, our team will observe the home and bathroom space. They will accurately measure your bathroom space by using our sophisticated measuring instruments. Then they will advise you to buy the right product based on the current condition of the bathroom walls and ceiling and your budget. We are always recommending purchasing a speedy fan with a softer sound that can change the look of your bathroom space.
What we do
– We will shut off the power to the circuit.
– Then, we design the location and cut the mounting hole.
– After which, we add or branch circuit and switch wiring from the current circuit with enough power capacity.
– We then place and secure installation to framing.
– Connect electrical wiring to the unit.
– Connect vent ducting to unit and route to suitable wall/roof vent.
– Finally, power circuit and check proper performance.
– Includes planning, area preparation, and protection, setup, and cleanup. (Materials & Supplies Not Included)Customer satisfaction is our main priority. Have more questions, Contact Support Here