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Where to Install Exhaust Fans

Posted on April 1st, 2015 by Jupiter Tequesta

It’s imperative that your home has adequate ventilation — especially if it’s prone to mold and mildew.  Whether you’re building a new home or want to eliminate existing moisture-related issues, refer to this guide on where to install exhaust fans. As a DIY project, installing vent fans can be fairly complicated, so don’t hesitate to reach out to Jupiter-Tequesta Air Conditioning, Plumbing & Electric for assistance.


If you’re fed up with foggy windows, steamed-up mirrors and stale smells in your bathroom, adding an exhaust fan can help. Moreover, ” it will help prevent moisture-related problems, such as the growth of mold and mildew,” advises This Old House.



Every major kitchen appliance used for surface cooking needs a proper ventilation system, according to Better Homes and Gardens. This helps to eliminate odors, improve your home’s air quality and keep your kitchen as clean as possible. Lingering grease and smoke can damage kitchen appliances and fixtures as well as hurt your health.


The basement, more than any other space in your home, has the potential to become too humid. This leads to musty odors and mold growth. Perhaps more importantly, the basement is often used to store household chemicals like paint, car products and cleaning supplies. Installing an exhaust fan here can eliminate toxins.

Now that you know where to install exhaust fans, team up with the experts of Jupiter-Tequesta Air Conditioning, Plumbing & Electric to get the job done. We can help with the electrical work and get your new ventilation system up and running in no time.

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