Want to get a bathroom fan installed, but don't know what contractor to
call. Checked our Yellowpages, under Ventilation, very few and all for
Whom I should talk to for the job, a plumber or electrician, or....?
Either an electrician or a handyman. Is this a replacement? If yes, it is
fairly simple and only a couple of wires. If it is a new install, the
ceiling has to be cut, a vent to outside, etc. A contractor that does small
jobs is ideal. There are often local "handyman" guys that do that sort of
IF you go to a local lumberyard or hardware store you will often find a
bulletin board where these guys post their business cards or flyers.
I'd look for a Handyman or gal, few contractors want to do those small jobs
unless it is an off season. There are several handyman search sites on the
web, or go to your local hardware store many of them allow tradesman to post
cards. Just be sure to ask lots of questions of the handyman and find out if
he is licensed.
Watch for the bounce.
If ya didn't see it, ya didn't feel it.
If ya see it, it didn't go off.
Old Air Force Munitions Saying
It's a small washroom on main floor of 2 storey house.
I'd rather try myself if I can 1) drill a hole on stucco without cracking
the exterior wall, and 2) get a wire from switch to the fan (in between
joist as you suggested).
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