Exhaust Fans For Kitchens, Bathrooms And More
Seemingly invisible, and often neglected, exhaust fan systems are usually invisible to home and business owners. The pros at Hydro-Flo know this simple part of any building is a key safety feature designed to protect your family, guests and property – and needs to be kept in safe running order. Contact our team for inspections, installations, and any repair or maintenance work on your exhaust fan systems.
Purpose of exhaust fan systems
Most homes have exhaust fan systems in bathrooms or kitchens, and commercial buildings may have them in work areas—but what do they do?
Exhaust fans channel fumes that can pose health or fire hazards. In the kitchen, venting air while cooking reduces smoke build-up and the risk of a fire. Cleaning chemicals used in small spaces such as bathrooms can create problems if breathed. Exhaust fans will clear out the smoke and chemical fumes that could present a potential risk.
Exhaust fans also play a key role in humidity control, especially in moisture-laden bathrooms. Over time, excessive moisture can cause serious structural damage to wood, plaster, paint and wallpaper, warping door frames and molding, and causing mold or paint bubbles to appear.
Food and smoke smells in the kitchen, and mold odour and chemical cleaner fumes in the bathroom, often linger and are hard to eliminate once in place. Be proactive and have our team evaluate your exhaust fan system today.