Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Why Are Exhaust Fans Important?

Take a second to think about how stuffy and congested your home would feel if exhaust fans were never invented. Although they can be a bit annoying at times, that constant buzzing or humming noise that you wish would just go away, is actually doing you and your home a big favor. There are lots of benefits when it comes to running exhaust fans in your home - especially in those areas that are a bit more moist than others.


In The Bathroom
Ever forget to turn on your bathroom’s exhaust fan before you hopped in the shower? The room fills with such thick humidity that you can barely see. This is not good for your walls and ceiling as warm, humid climates are ideal for mold growth. It’s best to have an exhaust fan installed high up on the wall or ceiling to get rid of steam and moisture as it rises.

In The Kitchen
Have you ever realized how much pollution is released into the air every time you prepare a meal? Think about the steam that comes off of a boiling pot of water or the smoke that fills the air when frying up chicken cutlets or bacon. A stove hood extractor helps to remove steam, smoke and odors which can eliminate damage to the walls and ceiling. They also help by removing grease that rises with steam so you don’t have to spend hours scrubbing the area around your stove.

At GEN3 Electric, we specialize in residential exhaust fan installation. Give us a call today to learn more about the benefits and be on your way to breathing fresher, cleaner air.

2 comments:

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