Residential ventilation fans are used in homes to improve indoor air quality and reduce moisture levels. They can be installed in bathrooms, kitchens, attics, and other areas to remove moisture, odors, and other pollutants from the air. Some typical applications of residential ventilation fans include:
1-Bathroom Ventilation: Bathroom ventilation fans help remove moisture and odors from showers, baths, and toilets, reducing the risk of mold and mildew growth.
2-Kitchen Ventilation: Kitchen ventilation fans remove cooking odors, smoke, and grease from the air, helping to keep the kitchen fresh and clean.
3-Attic Ventilation: Attic ventilation fans help reduce heat and moisture buildup in the attic, which can lead to mold, mildew, and other indoor air quality problems.
4-Whole-House Ventilation: Whole-house ventilation systems provide a way to exchange indoor and outdoor air, helping to improve overall indoor air quality and reduce energy costs.
Ventilation fans come in various sizes and designs to suit residential applications. They can be powered by electricity, making them suitable for use in both new construction and existing homes.