On Mon, 07 Aug 2006 22:42:47 -0400, "Percival P. Cassidy"
:I've now hooked it up, and it's so quiet that you'd hardly know it's on.
:It's a GE that's claimed to be super-quiet, and indeed it is -- nothing
:at all like some of the motel bathroom fans I've encountered (which
:probably had clapped-out bearings and were ready for the dumpster).
Are these things necessarily recessed in the ceiling? What's the
effectiveness? Don't they have to exhaust to outside to effectively
decrease the humidity in the bathroom?
:On 08/07/06 04:48 pm Mark Lloyd wrote:
:> I remember being in motels that had a fan in the bathroom, wired to
:> the light so the switch turned both on. That was annoying.
:>>> We want to add an exhaust fan to our bathroom, but rather than fish wires
:>>> through walls, is it OK to wire the fan to the existing light fitting
:>>> (separate recessed fitting for the shower, so there's already a ground
:>>> Any Code issues here?