Handyman Question

How can i best ventilate my bathroom?

I have recently moved into a tenement flat. A lot of condensation gathers in the bathroom when anyone takes a long shower. We have solved this problem by leaving the window open for the last couple of months but I dont want to do this during the winter. The window is single glazed, is tall and narrow and is difficult to reach behind a shelf at the back of the cistern so I need a solution which doesnt require me to me reach the window often.... Any dieas what will be most effective, easiest to fit and use and hopefully not too expensive? Thanks v much - Mags

2 Answers

they best way is to install an extractor fan. you can pick a decent one for about £30 pound and have it in your loft or wall and can connect into the lighting circuit to come on with the lights.

Answered 5th Aug 2011

cheshire bathrooms and wetrooms

Member since 30 Jul 2011

would i asume you dont have an extractor fan? if not a timer extractor would certainly reduce the condensation issue. wall mounted,ceiling mounted and glaze mounted are all available and offer different ft per min air extraction

Answered 5th Aug 2011

db advanced finishes

Member since 27 Sep 2010

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