Cubic feet per minute, known as CFM, is how air movement is measured. Choose a fan that can move at least 1 CFM per square foot.
For example, if your bathroom is 80 square feet, select a bath fan with at least an 80 CFM rating to effectively remove excess moisture from the air in your bathroom.
Sones are the industry standard for measuring the sound level of your bath fan when it's in use. A lower sone rating means a quieter bath fan.
One sone is equivalent to the sound of a quiet refrigerator, so a quiet bathroom fan will be rated at about 1.5 sones or less.
A no-cut fan is designed to replace your current bath fan without having to cut a larger opening. No-cut bath fans have an opening that measures 7.5 in. x 7.25 in.
The Home Netwerks™ 110 CFM ventilation fan features an integrated Bluetooth®-enabled stereo speaker, LED light and LED night lights. Perfect for the tech-savvy homeowner with a desire to stream audio from their smartphone or tablets into their bathroom. Since the Bluetooth stereo speakers are integrated directly into the bath fan wiring, there is no need to re-charge the speaker.
This bath fan also includes an LED white light, a blue night light and soothing amber night light.
The Homewerks™ Humidity Smart Fan detects when your bathroom has reached 60%+ and 80%+ humidity and automatically turns to 80 CFM and 110 CFM based on those humidity levels. This bath fan should be used in bathroom no smaller than 80 square feet. This fan also includes many other desirable features including:
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