Bathroom Fan Upkeep

Your bathroom fan is very important to your bathroom’s overall health and yours as well. If you didn’t have this fan to run after you’re dine showering, you’re going to end up with an extremely humid bathroom which is a bad things since humidity constantly damages the pain on your walls, the wooden parts or your bathroom and any fabric in it. It’s what mould needs to grow and if you aren’t careful about controlling humidity, you’re going to end up with a bathroom that’s deteriorating and smelling of mould.

On this page, we’ll tell you some of the things you could do to make sure that your fan lasts for a longer time and keeps your bathroom ventilated and free of excess moisture for a longer time. Here’s what you need to keep in mind for making fans from last longer.

Wire Them Well

These extractor fans are kind of made to last but if there’s one thing that can destroy them within minutes of you powering them on, it’s bad wiring. You should make sure that the handyman or electrician you’re hiring installs them correctly. Even if you’re going to install your fan yourself, you should make sure that you know how to wire it correctly, otherwise you’re going to smell something burning the next time you’re enjoying a nice shower.

Don’t Run It All The Time

Ideally, you should run these fans when you shower to dry up your bathroom but if you get lazy and just leave it on all the time, it’s going to wear out faster. The bearings of the fan might get worn out which can cause friction and the fan may even overheat and catch fire if it gets too bad.

Please follow and like us:

Enjoy this blog? Please spread the word :)