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Exhaust fans are an essential part of any home

Where should exhaust fans be installed?

Bathrooms and Toilets – Bathrooms are the wettest room in your home and are prone to mould if moisture build-up occurs due to a lack of ventilation. If moisture can build upon surfaces, there are a variety of unhealthy bacteria that can grow in these conditions, making your bathroom unhygienic and unhealthy. This build-up of moisture can damage the paint, ceilings and fixtures. An exhaust fan extracts the moist air from the bathroom, preventing condensation and moisture on the bathroom surfaces. The exhaust fan also removes unwelcomed odours.

Laundry – Your laundry must be well ventilated, mainly if you use a dryer. Laundries are often closed while in use to minimise the noise from laundry appliances. Homeowners must fit this area with an exhaust fan to prevent condensation and moisture build-up.

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