We decided to add an exhaust fan to our historic home bathroom. Our bathroom is almost finished and we added a shower to a room originally designed to only have a bathtub. Will was concerned with the moisture build up and wanted to add an exhaust fan to the ceiling. Let’s just say the fan […]
Stuck with a small bathroom? Simple remodeling strategies, including a fresh color, flooring, and custom countertops, can help you enlarge the space without knocking down any walls. Start your small bathroom remodel with these ideas. <br/> <br/> <em>This post has been brought to you by Sears Home Services. Its facts and opinions are consistent with those of BobVila.com.</em>
We’ve all taken a shower or bath and filled the bathroom full of steam. Unless you have a window that you can open, the inside of your bathroom becomes extremely damp. That is why you need a bathroom exhaust fan. Check out our top 7 picks.
Steam from baths and showers linger in the air, making all the surfaces damp. Damp air causes respiratory problems and could harbor pollutants that remain in the ideal moist conditions. That is why you need a bathroom fan to remove moisture. Find out how to size a fan.