Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 32
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GAM As advertized
I bought this unit for my mother-in-laws small bathroom. It is overkill for the size of her bathroom and more than I wanted to spend but had all the features I needed. The heater works well and the fan is very quiet. Mom has left it on from time to time. She complained about how cold the bathroom felt even though the heat vent is at the base of the vanity. This passed the "mom" test for heating the room up. We haven't gotten into winter yet and has been only 2 months installed, but expect it to perform well. I had to put a double gang box in to fit all the wires for the switches. 1 for vanity light & 2 switches in a single unit for fan & heater. I had work a little to get all the wiring done but overall it was a good buy. I didn't need the multi switch they recommend with this unit and returned it.
August 24, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Joey exhaust fan
very little noise when it is running.
doesn't look like is moving the advertised 110 CFM.
no complaint yet on heater performance will see in the winter time.
September 2, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by remodeller Description misleading, but return was painless
Description misleading, but return was painless. Home Depot should review the Q&As and include the helpful info in the description....helpful info, like part numbers not previously included, not pointless complaints of course.
August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lele Perfect for our space
Provides plenty of heat to a interior bathroom, as well as excellent, quiet ventilation. Very pleased with this product.
August 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Ian Perfect
Great design. Very quiet. Exhaust is powerful. Haven't tried the heater because it's summer now
August 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Ron Good Product
Heater and exhaust fan work great. Easy installation after house wiring was installed. You must have a new dedicated 20 amp circuit for this fan. After that has been installed, this heater/fan assembly directions were easy to fallow. I did have to cut larger hole by less than 2" for the length, because I did not want to remove the exhaust fan exit shroud before installation. But cover fits completely over hole, just remember to add 2" to length to have correct center. I had to adjust my center for the length. I have tried the heater and it heats well, but it is summer so I will have to see how it works in winter. The exhaust fan works great. Glad I purchased lowest noise level fan available, don't think I would have wanted a noisier fan assembly.
June 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by PRippey BAthroom exhaust fan
Compared to the exhaust fan I replaced, this one is truly quiet. I have found myself putting my hand up near the grill to see if it is running. It was a little difficult to install replacing an existing unit. I had to spend a bit of time in a hot attic to accomplish, but thus far it has been worth it. I used a step timer switch to turn it on for a length of time up to an hour so it is turn it on and forget it which is good considering how quiet it is.
June 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BoerneTX Work Well
The section that you connect the electrical wires is small -- make sure that your electrical supply wire feed is long enough to tie the wires together outside of the "box" -- push the excess portion back into the box. The measurements are accurate, so cutting the hole will be correct. Remember to wear a face mask and eye protection since the ceiling insulation will fall on you. It may be possible to install the unit through the hole you have cut rather than crawling through the ceiling -- it depends on how long your electrical supply wire is and how much room you have to fix the brace to the 2x4. Rather than attaching the unit to 2x4, I reinforced the drywall with a small piece of sheet metal U that I screwed the unit into. The U was hidden by the face plate of the unit. If you insulation is thick, you will need to have a small piece of plenum to extend the blower pipe exit section above the insulation.
May 24, 2016