Help to reduce condensation by installing a bathroom extractor fan
Bathroom Extractor Fan Installation & Repairs
The installation of a bathroom extractor fan can help reduce condensation and prevent the growth of mould in a property. Having one is a requirement of Building Regulations if the bathroom doesn’t have opening windows. Our electricians are experienced and equipped to install any type of extractor fan in a bathroom anywhere in London.
Our guarantee and accreditations
We're fully trade accredited. Aspect is registered with NICEIC, the Gas Safe Register and TrustMark and is also a member of the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA). In addition, the Aspect Guarantee covers our tradesmen’s workmanship for up to 12-months.
When you book Aspect to install your bathroom extractor fan you can count on getting the professional expertise you’re looking for.
Venting of a bathroom extractor fan
All bathroom extractor fans must vent externally. Depending on the access, our electricians can usually install the appropriate ducting and external grill on their own. If the extractor fan needs to vent through a roof using a tile adaptor it might be necessary to schedule an Aspect roofer to assist with this part of the installation.
Our electrician will let you know whether if additional assistance is needed for the installation as soon as he’s knows where the fan is being installed.
Bathroom extractor fan installation tasks
Our electricians are experienced and equipped for every part of the installation of a bathroom extractor fan: –
Disconnect and remove existing extractor fan
Running a spur from an electrical circuit
Installation of hard or flexible ducting
Fitting external gravity or fly mesh grills
Fixing the unit in position
Safe connection, electrical testing and certification
Keeping the extractor fan in your bathroom clean and free from dust and debris can help to keep it running for longer. Cleaning an extractor fan can done by using a small nozzle on your vacuum cleaner.
Debris getting caught in the motor of an extractor fan is the most common reason for them to breakdown and need replacing. Clogging of the motor puts stress on the bearings and results in them working harder than needed.
It’s usually not worth repairing a bathroom extractor fan if it has broken. It’s usually more economical to have it replaced with a new one.
Areas we cover
As a guide, we have tradesmen available to work in all 32 London boroughs and the City of London, or every postcode district that falls within the M25.
If you need one of our tradesmen outside the M25 we might still be able to help. Call our scheduling team to check availability.
They’re ready to take your call 24-hours a day, 365-days a year.
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