Plumbing Question

Can you finish a downstairs wc extractor fan in the floor void?

5 Answers

Best Answer

NO!

Answered 2nd Mar 2012

Torus Ltd

Member since 9 Jul 2010

yes ..no problem at all. if your joists are narrow then you may need a narrow rectangular ducting to fit inbertween your ceiling and upstairs floor. edd

Answered 2nd Mar 2012

ews plumbing services

Member since 5 Feb 2012

no you would build up condensation in the floor and this could have an effect on the timber in that area ,you should try to run a pipe from the extractor to the outside of the building or through a brick wall after cutting access
through it ,,kind regards richard taggart

Answered 2nd Mar 2012

richard taggart building company

Member since 3 May 2010

PARDON???????the whole idea of an extractor fan is to fistly disperse of the moisture content in the air caused by hot water/showers ect secondary smells all of which rise hence the extractor goes to the highest point possible either on wall or cieling and then vent outside ,never heard of 1 venting in the floor,

Answered 2nd Mar 2012

substructure

Member since 7 Jun 2008

Totally agree with substructure and richard taggart.Would like to think that ews has misread/understood the question lol.

Answered 3rd Mar 2012

Roc builders

Member since 25 Aug 2011

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