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Why are Bathroom exhaust fans important?

Ventilation is more important than ever with today's energy efficient homes. "Airtight" homes retain stale air and pollutants actually causing health problems.

"Airtight" Homes are the result of:

  • New insulating materials;
  • House wraps;
  • Newly designed doors and windows;
  • Sealing caulks;

Fewer drafts lower heat and air-conditioning costs however, pollutants retained in airtight structures can be dangerous to their inhabitants and jeopardize structural integrity. Mechanical ventilation done correctly can reduce poor indoor air quality while maintaining energy efficiency.

Bathroom exhaust fans can help rid the home of Biological Pollutants -

  • Mold and mildew;
  • Pollen;
  • Dust mites;
  • Pet dander;
  • Viruses and bacteria

Accumulation of these pollutants can be harmful especially to people who suffer from asthma or allergies. Proper ventilation can help rid a home of its moist, humid environment the cause of many of these problems.

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) - VOCs are carbon-based compounds that easily evaporate. They are released from many things including:

  • Building materials;
  • Carpets;
  • Furniture;
  • Paints;
  • Hairspray;
  • Cleaning solvents;
  • Pesticides

Improve indoor air quality through:

Continuous Ventilation - used to remove stale air and provide fresh air on a slow, continuous basis.

Intermittent Ventilation - this secondary ventilation is used to gather and remove pollutants quickly at the source.

Airtight homes preferably should be designed with both types of ventilation to aid in maintaining a healthy, comfortable living environment.

Bathroom Exhaust Fans Specialists

M&M Lighting has a huge inventory of bathroom exhaust fans and bathroom ventilation fans. You will find - in stock - a great variety of bathroom exhaust fans from dependable, innovative manufacturers including Nutone, Panasonic, and Hunter. Our sales associates are capable of providing detailed advising and recommendations for choosing the right bathroom ventilation fan for your home.

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