Energy Saving Bathroom Exhaust Fan
Everyone loves a long, hot shower. But, all that humidity released in to the air can damage your bathroom and your house. Mold and mildew can damage drywall, insulation, wood framing and more.
The good news is you probably already have an exhaust fan. It removes all of that excess moisture, odors and even mold spores that can lead to serious health problems.
Today’s bathroom exhaust fans are quieter and more efficient than ever. In fact, their smarter, too!
A Smart Bath Fan?The average bath fan moves 100 cubic feet of air per minute out of your home. A timer installed with your bathroom exhaust fan will turn it off automatically after running for a predetermined period of time. This simple addition to your bathroom exhaust fan will be a huge energy saver minimizing the use of your furnace or air conditioning system.
If your bath fan isn’t working, is noisy or just isn’t clearing the steamy air in your bathroom call Clover Electric. Today's fans include motion-activated lights, super-quiet fans and very efficient operation.