In South Africa extractor fans are not as common in our homes as they are in a lot of other places in the world, because we still the options to open our windows all year round but as development changes, so do our homes. This makes extractor fans more common, especially in public bathrooms. But they exist for a reason and they have great potential in many room sin the home as well as in the business.
What Extractor Fans Do
The name, ‘extractor fan’ is relatively self-explanatory. It is a fan that works to slowly pull the current air out of a room, and all the things that are in the air at that point in time. It works for taking hot, moist or stale air out of a room, as well as any odours that may be present at the time. The purpose of an extractor fan is to help control an environment that does not have much ventilation or needs help with it.
Extractor Fans in the Bathrooms
Extractor fans in a bathroom have so many advantages. Firstly, it helps keep the dust at bay if it is working often. This does require some cleaning from time to time. It removes the different odours that float around. It helps remove a lot of steam from baths and showers, this means that extra moisture will not be as present in the room, and the mirror will not steam up as much as it used to, and it will clear up much quicker. By eliminating the humidity and steam, you are reducing the birth of dangerous moulds. And that is great for your help in its own way.
Getting an Extraction Fan for Your Home
There are no reasons to not have an extractor fan in your home or in your business. They are applicable in rooms other than the bathroom. Get in contact with Sundowner Skylights, to find out about getting an extractor fan in your home or office, or even if you wish to invest in natural light through the use of a skylight.