Attach the Bathroom Fan to the Joist Access the attic and bring your light, cordless drill, screws, and bathroom fan housing. Place the fan in the cut-out hole so that the bottom edge of the fan is flush with the bottom of the ceiling drywall. You will need a partner for this step, as you cannot see the ceiling from this position.
How to install a bathroom extractor fan Silent 100 CHZ Design
Frequently Asked Questions
Can you install a ceiling fan in a bathroom?
If you find the cost of higher quality exhaust fans a bit steep, and don't want to settle for the less-quiet models, then a bathroom ceiling fan is your best option. A ceiling fan can't ventilate your bathroom, but it can help circulate the air, keeping the air from stagnating and clinging to your walls.
How do you install an extractor fan in a loft?
If you are installing an extractor fan in a new place, you will need to create a space through your bathroom ceiling to the inside of your loft. Choose the location where you want to install your fan (refer to the ‘Preparation’ section for guidance). Clear away insulation.
How do you drill a hole in the ceiling for an extractor fan?
Create a hole in the ceiling: For a new extractor fan in a new place, choose the location where you want to install your fan and clear away insulation. 3. Use your pencil to mark the position of the vent part of the fan on the ceiling. Drill a hole through the ceiling on a point on your outline.
How do you install a fan in the ceiling?
Choose the location where you want to install your fan (refer to the ‘Preparation’ section for guidance). Clear away insulation. Using your pencil, mark the position of the vent part of the fan on the ceiling. Drill a hole through the ceiling at a point on your outline, and then, using the pad saw, cut around the outline to create a hole.