Bathrooms: Bathrooms often have excess moisture due to bathing and showering. Over time, this moisture can lead to mold and mildew, which is both unsightly and damaging to the surfaces. Installing an exhaust fan in the bathroom will alleviate the moisture problem and help keep your bathroom dry.
Attics: Because they are elevated, enclosed spaces with no air conditioning, attics can become dangerously hot. Though most of us don’t spend much time in our attics, the attic temperature affect the temperature of the surrounding rooms. If you have a room that is difficult to cool with air conditioning, it’s likely due to this room’s proximity to the overheated attic. Installing an exhaust fan in the attic will help cool the attic, which will in turn help keep other areas of your house cooler and more comfortable.