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Exhaust fan

Bath fans help remove odors and moisture  and can be used in some homes to satisfy whole-house ventilation requirements.
Older homes often lack bathroom exhaust fans. In the old days, if the bathroom was smelly or steamy, you were supposed to open a window to air it out.This isn’t a very logical ventilation method, especially when temperatures are below zero, or when the weather is 90°F and humid. Yet this time-honored method of bathroom ventilation is still enshrined in our building codes. According to the 2009 International Residential Code  a bathroom with an operable window does not need to have a bath exhaust fan .In spite of the code’s archaic loophole, builders should install an exhaust fan in every bathroom or toilet room — even when the bathroom has a window.

A bath exhaust fan can perform several functions:

  • It can exhaust smelly air, allowing fresher air to enter the bathroom.
  • It can exhaust humid air, allowing dryer air to enter the bathroom.
  • When operated for 24 hours per day or when controlled by a timer or dehumidify controller , it can act (in some cases) as the most important component of a whole-house ventilation system.

Why you should call us for installing or replacing your exhaust fan?

  • We offer the most Quietest and powerful exhaust fan on the market.
  • We offer the most energy efficient fans on the market.
  • We offer free affordable  estimate and consultation and absolutely no obligation
  • At BC HighLight Electric we are a team of expert and experienced  electrician .we offer the proper exhaust fan for every location, we know how to do the job without leaving any damage or hole in your property
  • We are fully licensed, bonded and insured company
  • We offer two years warranty for all product we supply and 5 years on workmanship .