Bathroom Exhaust Fan Replacement

Your bathroom is a sanctuary — a private place where you take care of basic human needs — for bathing, shaving, brushing your teeth, and using the toilet. But, all of those recurring activities create moisture, heat, and odors that if left untreated will accumulate and decrease your home’s comfort and indoor air quality. That’s where your bathroom exhaust fan comes in.

What is a Bathroom Exhaust Fan?

While bathroom vent fans vary in size, styles, and colors — they all have the same purpose — to eliminate moisture, airborne contaminants, and odors. But, how do you know if your bathroom exhaust fan is working as it should? And, what are the signs it needs to be replaced?

4 Signs You Need to Replace a Bathroom Exhaust Fan

1. It’s Making a Lot of Noise

All bathroom exhaust fans make some noise while operating. But, if the fan has become louder than usual, this could indicate the fan motor is about to die. If the fan motor is on its way out, it’s time for a replacement.

2. It’s Outdated

Do you know when your bathroom exhaust fan was last replaced? If not, it could be well past its prime. On average, these fans last about ten years. So, if it’s been more than ten years since it was last replaced  —  or you simply can’t remember when a new one was installed  —  it’s probably time for a new one.

3. Unpleasant Odors

When your bathroom exhaust fan needs to be replaced, it’s a challenge to keep your home smelling fresh. This is because your fan is responsible for removing odors from the air — especially the odors that manifest from using the toilet. If you’ve noticed your air doesn’t smell as fresh as it used to, replacing your bathroom exhaust fan can help.

Related: 7 Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality

4. Your Home Feels Humid

When moisture levels are too high, your home is at risk for developing a mold problem. In fact, your bathroom is at a higher risk for mold growth than any other room in your home. The steam from your hot showers and running water from your plumbing contribute to a rise in humidity. If this humidity is not managed by a working bathroom exhaust fan, a serious mold problem could overtake your home — impacting the health of your family.

Call Plumbing Professionals in Broward, Palm Beach, or St. Lucie

Do you need help replacing your bathroom exhaust fan? At Sansone Air Conditioning Electrical & Plumbing, we are always ready to help you. If you live in Broward, Palm Beach, or St. Lucie, we can replace your home’s bathroom exhaust fan.

Call us to hear about our specials or to schedule an appointment.

Broward: (954) 800-2858
Palm Beach: (561) 701-8274
St. Lucie: (772) 879-5656

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