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Bathroom Exhaust Fans

The main purpose of a bathroom fan is to remove excess moisture from the air after showering, bathing or using the toilet. Without proper ventilation, high humidity levels can cause damage to walls, ceilings, wood trim and other bathroom materials through moisture accumulation and mold growth. Bathroom fans work by pulling air out of the room through a vent or duct to the outside. This creates negative air pressure, drawing moist air up and out of the bathroom. The moving air also helps to dry surfaces faster. Bathroom fans typically operate automatically when the light is turned on, and some have adjustable timers to run for a set period after use. This helps ensure that all moisture is removed from the air. In summary, bathroom fans are essential for maintaining a healthy, dry environment and preventing costly moisture damage in bathrooms.

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