Rated 4.1 out of 5Â by 16
Rated 4 out of 5Â by DIYer Nice addition
Meant to be installed from the crawl space above bathroom. I managed to get it installed in the space between floors. I seriously doubt the fan operates at 0.5 sones, it sounds more like the 1.5 sones I have heard in the store. Even at 1.5 sones, it is quiet.
August 13, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by LUVk9s Very Quiet
This fan is VERY quiet at only 0.5 sones and has just the right CFMs (50) for the room size. This fan had the best price for the features we wanted.
May 28, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5Â by rdeal35 should have got the 70cfm
I bought this fan for my daughters bathroom and a 70cfm for my bathroom.
50cfm should had been enough for her bathroom because its 5x8.5ft. i did the toilet paper test(where you but a piece of tp on the vent to see if it holds. well, it holds once out of 6 times i try. I wasnt expecting this product to be as strong as the 70cfm of course, but this 50cfm has as much suction as an asthmatic. i would guess its closer to 30cfm. I may return it and get another 70cfm for $10 more
December 19, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by DaveP Amazing how quiet!
Installation was straight forward, and quite simple. Once installed I actually had to climb up onto the ladder again to make sure it was running! The noise picked up from the vent on the roof is actually louder than the fan. Does a great job of removing" Smells", from the bathroom!
April 30, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Cincy81 Quiet, good for new construction, not the best design for replacement.
I installed this light a couple weeks ago and I've been happy with it thus far. I replaced an existing, noisy fan in my small master bathroom. The old fan was smaller so we had to cut out the drywall to fit the fan in. The design wasn't very beneficial for replacement. It was difficult to get the fan secured in the hole and we almost had to make the hole too big to be covered to get it in. It was difficult with the exhaust pipe sticking out to get it in the hole and attach the plastic housing to the lip on the metal bracket. It took some time and more cutting, but we were able to get it in the hole and secured. The fan did have a rattling noise when first installed, but once we got into the attic and hooked up the tubing for the vent it subsided. Overall it's a quiet fan, with a pretty bright light, and it looks nice. If I decide to replace the fan in my other bathroom I would probably go with this same one because it's quiet and I like that it has a light with it as well.
October 23, 2012