MUSTY LAUNDRY ROOM?
More and more homes these days have interior laundry rooms, often on the second floor. It’s a wonderful convenience compared to doing laundry in the basement. Unfortunately, many interior laundry rooms don’t have windows that allow you to “air out” the room. Many have no ventilation at all.
LAUNDRY ROOM VENTILATION IS IMPORTANT
Much like a bathroom, laundry room activities including washing clothes and using the utility sink for a variety of tasks can generate water vapors. These vapor can condensate on walls, ceilings, or behind and under washing machines & dryers. Moisture can also gather in light fixtures, under tiles, and behind baseboards. Left unaddressed condensation can lead to mildew, mold and costly moisture damage in the room and adjacent rooms.
PROTECT YOUR LAUNDRY ROOM
Protect your laundry room from moisture problems by adding a bathroom exhaust fan that can draw the warm moist air from the room and release it outdoors. It is an affordable solution that will keep your laundry room fresh and minimize condensation problems.
We offer a variety of affordable bathroom exhaust fans, depending on your preferences and the size of the room. All fans are professionally installed and exhaust tubes are routed outside through the roof and terminated on a dampered roof cap.