Kitchen Extractor & Bathroom Fan Installation
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Kitchen Extractor or Fan Installation
Are you planning on fitting a new extractor fan or replacing an old model with a more advanced option? We believe that's why you are here today. Whatever the case, here at Excel Electricians, we know smart homeowners like you may have some questions.
Since we have been getting lots of queries from clients, we thought it would be best to create a post dedicated to answering the fundamental questions.
We have covered everything you need to know on this subject, including the cost of fitting an extractor fan and building regulations regarding extractor fans.
Bathroom Extractor Fan Installation
Needless to say, how incredibly important it is to remove the steamy air from the bathroom. Removing excess moisture, odors, and stale air which are responsible for mould, mildew, algae and bacteria growth.
We have seen a missing Bathroom Extractor Fan with a constantly open window, however the whole bathroom becomes cold and steam condensation will speed up and the whole room will be damp.
At Cavendish Electricals & Services, we urge all of our residential clients to get it done as it is a relatively cheap and easy process. We recommend Ceiling Mounted Bathroom Extractor Fan installation in the attic and duct the damp air out of the property with powerful electric fan motors.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I Install My Own Bathroom Fan or Kitchen Extractor?
If you have already bought a hard wired Loft siting Bathroom Fan then you should NOT try to install, unless you are a certified electrician. However, Kitchen Extractors sometimes are plug and play devices and if you have existing socket you can use it. We regularly carry out Kithen Extractor replacements in case they old, grease and does not effectively working anymore.
The most effective Bathroom fan is the ceiling mounted (especially upstairs and there is available space in the loft above the bathroom), it generally removes 180-460 L air per hour.
Do I Have To Prepare Anything Before The Kitchen Extractor or Bathroom Fan Installation?
We recommend a site visit, unless you are 100% sure that the new Kitchen Extractor will fit above the hob or cooker. We will need existing Extractor spur fuse switch or existing working electrical conductors to connect your new Extractor.
For Bathoom Fan installation, we need loft space above the shower, bath or any other desired fan inlet location on your ceiling.
How Long Does It Take The Kitchen Extractor or Bathroom Fan Installation?
Generally, it takes an hour for any of them if there is available space and access to power. However, sometimes it requires pre visit to carry out site survey to reduce the working hours and cost. Please contact us for further information.
What If I Need A New Electric Extractor or Fan Circuit?
Running new electrical cable in the kitchen is quite laborous and difficult, however not in the loft unless it is borded. Cavendish Electricians are NAPIT Registered Domestic and Commercial Competent Company and able to certify and carry out new circuit installations for your need. Please contact us for further information.
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