If you are renovating your bathroom and want to add an exhaust fan — consider this minimalistic, recessed fan/light combo from NuTone/Broan. When I updated my bathrooms, I added a light/fan combination above each tub. It’s really nice to have light directly in that area, and the fan works just fine from that location as the bathrooms are quite small. Two tips: (1) Be sure to wire the fan and light separately – I am presuming this model makes that available. And (2) put them into separate (side by side) boxes so that you can add a timer to the fan. You can use this light in other parts of the house, but I do not believe that its exhaust-power is enough for a stove. For that, you need to get the more high-powered, “utility fan”. On that front – note that I am told that Nutone no longer makes the metal cover. Ugh. Try R&I Distributing to see if they still have any in stock. Or, you’re going to have to spray paint the plastic. Finally, note, I am on the scent of another source of an authentic vintage exhaust fan that might prove terrific – stay tuned.
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