Humidity-sensing bath fans detect increases in moisture levels at the ceiling, where steam and humidity naturally rise. The fan turns on and off automatically to help prevent cosmetic and structural problems from excess moisture.
The amount of noise a fan makes is an important consideration in choosing your fan. Be sure to check the sone rating. The lower the sone rating, the quieter the fan will be. A quiet bathroom fan will be rated at about 1.5 sones or less, which is about the sound of a quiet refrigerator.
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When installing or replacing a bath fan, consider features like size, sound level, heater, night light, timer and bath fan style.
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