Homeowner: "Yes, we had a fan installed in our bathroom"

Homeowner: "Yes, we had a fan installed in our bathroom"

Unfortunately, the contractor did not install a duct and bring it to the exterior, he just buried it in the fiberglas which has been filtering the exhaust for a few years. Note the rust from condensation on the housing.

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Comment by Bob Blanchette on January 14, 2012 at 6:47pm

Looked just like out house built in 2000. It's amazing how much better it worked when it was ducted properly.

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