A window fan expels the air directly outside to help ventilate an area, mostly for bathrooms and kitchens.
It is important when replacing an old window fan to remove the existing unit so you can accurately measure the diameter of the hole in the glass. You can then use this measurement to select a new fan. If installing a window exhaust fan in the first instance, you will require a glazier to cut the hole in the glass. If using an electrician, you may ask if they have one they usually work with so they can coordinate the install. Window exhaust fans will either need to be hardwired or you can ask us to install a lead and plug to your fan. Talk to one of our fan experts today.
We have many models for you to see at our Melbourne showroom – feel free to call prior to make sure we have a specific model available to view.