Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 191
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by carramrod Very nice!
This fan is very nice for the price. Easy install with no vibration and very little noise. Only reason i didnt rate this fan is the very poor instructions!!
November 9, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by KN07 Great!
I love our fan/light in our bathroom. It works great, was easy to install, it's easy to clean, and the light is nice and bright. I love the dim nightlight too, perfect for the middle of the night. The reason I rated it 4 stars and not 5 is because it's not "very quiet" it sounds like a fan, and isn't disturbingly loud, but "very quiet" is a stretch. It doesn't bother me though and I love the product!
May 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by smt0954 great bathroom fan
installed (3) of these. one in each bathroom. i chose to control each one with a timer switch. this provides for multiple automatic off times. the fan is very quite yet is stated at 110 CFM. the package includes (2) 18Watt type GU24 flourescent bulbs. nice bright light. there is a night light option which is not included. you would need to purchase (1) 4Watt type C7 incandescent bulb. one of the three of mine had optional wiring which allowed me to make use of the night light. it does NOT come with blower pipe. you'll need some 4inch flex pipe otherwise you'll just be blowing air into the attic insulation. would definitely buy another.
December 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JWALL VERY Quiet fan!
Anyone complaining that this fan is noisy, obviously installed it improperly. This exhaust fan has an impeller simulator to that of a window A/C unit. With low resistance, it can spin at a lower rpm as designed. If the exhaust pipe is restrictive, the fan will speed up and make more noise. Some reviews talk about using an adapter to go from their previous 3" pipe to that of 4" with this unit. That WILL cause extra noise and it is not the fault of the unit.
The light on this unit is brighter than my bathroom lights. The bulbs were supplied and are high efficiency.
This unit moves some air, that's for sure. I installed this in my small single bathroom, it's probably 8X10 in size. Complete over kill CFM wise, and glad I did it that way. Previously the bathroom would be hot like a swamp after a shower, now with this unit I can feel a breeze under the door and no fogged up mirrors. Granted this bathroom did not have a fan before.
Noise? This fan is the quietest I have heard, especially considering the amount of air it moves. You get what you pay for!
February 24, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by pilf Not as quiet as I thought it would be
It will be too early for me to review this product because I just have it for more than 2 weeks only. The best time to provide a review is during winter months when we have to close the bathroom window and rely on this fan to release the moisture buildup. However, one thing I can review is the sound level. It is a little quieter than our old one but not as much. I still have to close the bathroom door to supress the noise. I would rate it as average for now.
July 22, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by tbhandyman works great and light is bright, motor is very quite!!
I opted for the quieter model so I upgraded to this model and after experiencing louder models in the past i'm glad i spent the extra money for the upgrade!!
Also, found on sale on Home Depot website and customer service at local store refunded me the difference!!
December 13, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by SullyN82 The light is bright & the fan works great!
This product is great. Great Value. Can't wait to put walls/tile up to see it in all its glory.
Fan isnt too loud and the light is really bright.
October 11, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Luca Replaced standard cheap bathroom fans
I had your standard cheap bathroom fans that came with our 1981 house. They were neither quiet or removed any air from the bathroom. I wanted to install a new fan that would prevent the mirror from steaming up and was quiet. This fan does a much better job than our old fan (rated at 50cfm) so I like that. While quieter than the old unit, it still is louder than I would have liked. I thought it would have been also silent. The old unit had a three inch exhaust tube. This unit has a 4 inch exhaust so I bought the 4" to 3" adapter. This made the unit pretty loud in my opinion. I went back to HD and bought a 4" exhaust rube and it was quieter. I would definitely replace the exhaust hose to a 4"line if your current set up is a 3" one.
I do appreciate that they supplied the necessary light bulbs (though at 136 bucks, I would kind of expect it). If your set up is like mine with the old cheap fan, you will need to cut your ceiling hole bigger to get this to fit. After that though, pretty easy to install- about a hour. I like the extra lights and the better air movement, but which it was quieter.
December 26, 2013