Hampton Bay 140 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan-BPT18-54A-1 - The Home Depot
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Model # BPT18-54A-1

Internet # 203043909

Store SKU # 315888

140 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan

Hampton Bay 140 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan

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$119.00 / each


Model # BPT18-54A-1

Internet # 203043909

Store SKU # 315888

The Hampton Bay 140 CFM Exhaust Fan will reduce moisture in your bathroom to help prevent mildew while running at 1.0 sones. The exhaust fan is designed to manage moisture in bathrooms as large as 140 sq. ft. The Energy Star-qualified and UL-listed fan offers a low-profile grille style for an attractive look.

  • Attractive low-profile grille styling
  • 1.0 sones
  • 6 in. outlet for ducting
  • No light
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Maximum Room Size (ft sq) 
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Ceiling or Wall Installation 
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Humidity Sensing 
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Product Weight (lb.) 
10.8 lb 
Remote Control 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
No Certifications or Listings 
ENERGY STAR Certified 
Manufacturer Warranty 
Three Year Limited Warranty 


Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 28 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by For new construction only While the very poorly written instructions don't say it, this is really only designed for new construction. You can not install this without attic access and if you cut the rough opening per the directions there is no room to attach the mounting brackets and slide it into the opening. Yet, if you don't install at least the small one before inserting into the opening, and you intend to attach directly to the side of one ceiling joist, you will not be able to attach this bracket in the attic. Very poor design. So you will have to bend the small sliding bracket flat, insert into the opening, and then bend it back out again above. And despite the instructions saying the brackets support 24" rafter spacing, they really don't. You can cobble together two longer brackets to do it but it's not a firm mount. And to make matters worse, if you cut a rough opening to the size the instructions specify so that no drywall repair will be necessary, you can mount the panel that holds the electrical box and 4" duct. You have to cut away enough drywall to get that to slide down, which leaves almost no drywall lip on one side. The fan itself is well built and quiet. But the installation is a disaster. I've installed enough bath fans in my day and this is by far the worst installation. January 22, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Nice looking but Quality is Horrible Purchased one of these and first one was missing the cover. Went back to the local Home Depot and easily returned for another. Then installed second one to learn the centrifugal fan was so out of round - all we could hear was moving air and a constant wha-wha-wha-wha. The dimensional control on the squirrel cage is horrible beyond words. Back to H/D and pull two more out of the box while at the store - same problem. Mounting a nightmare too. Exchanged for the NuTone counterpart and not a hiccup. That'll be 2 hours out of my life I'll want to forget. April 3, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by 0 for 3 Bought three units. Had them professionally installed. All units produced a rattling noise within days of installation. The venting itself seemed quite effective. Overall this product was disappointing. April 23, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works Great It works great. Only problem I had was that it was a 6inch exhaust. Bought everything for a 4inch unit. I installed in a bathroom with no existing fan. So the install was difficult but well worth it. April 22, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Can Hardly hear it! I installed it by cutting the rectangular hole in my shower ceiling and using the opening to guide a 6" flexible duct and 90 deg.rectangular metal duct adapter to a nearby soffit screen vent. I installed the controls in an adjacent wall and snaked the wires to the fan. Actual fan installation was a little difficult since there was a 3/4" gap between the bottom of my rafters and the topside of the ceiling. I drove the mounting screws in at an angle to allow the fan box to lower into the hole opening. I elected not to use the night lite (didn't need it) and installed a combo GFCI and single switch for the main light, and an electronic fan timer for the fan. Looks great, very quiet and efficient. February 18, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Quiet fan that moves lots of air. I bought this fan as a replacement for a broken one in a 9x3' utility room. The fan is really quiet; you essentially only hear the air moving through. This is important for me as I have it on a timer that runs most of the day. The fan moves lots of air, and even when the washer, drier and self-cleaning litterbox are running, the room still feels fresh. The cons would be that the instruction manual is terribly written up and you need access above the ceiling, which means that if you're doing replacement, you need to cut the hole bigger and patch it up after. November 13, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GREAT FAN! READ THIS FIRST!!!!!!! First off, you do not need attic space to install this fan. I put one in my bathroom and it is amazing. Clears the steam in the room in 30 seconds and keeps it out. To install without an attic: You may need to open the existing hole for the fan because this one is larger than the old little ones the house comes with. After you open the hole you should have the beam the old fax one was mounted to. You can also cut some 2x4 and add some more support braces to mount the fan too. OK all you have to do is unscrew the motor from the fan cage and take it out. then you will be able to put the cage into the ceiling and have access to screw it into the wood beams. After you have it screwed in, you can put the motor back in. I did it. The trick is to take it apart just a little bit, put into ceiling and then re assemble while in ceiling. I am going to do my other bathroom this weekend and will give you a better step by step instructions. I did the last bathroom a year ago so I may be leaving out a step of 2. I have been though many fans and this one cant be beat. I will add photos too February 4, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Needed more exhaust in bathroom for shower for a family Was having trouble with too much moisture in bathroom with five family members taking shower. This fan seems to have solved the problem so far. February 17, 2015
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