Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 13
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by disappointedincflorida Disappointed
I am saying no to recommending this product because I have to remove it to send back to the manufacturer for review to see if it is defective or not. I will not have this booster fan in line for who knows how long and I have to capture the lint from my dryer and expose my attic to the extra humidity. I also live in Florida. Now I have to dismantle my dryer vent duct work to remove the booster fan. I am hopping the fan is defective, because I need one in my exhaust line. Not a Happy Camper right now! If the fan is not defective I would not recommend this for sure as it is of no benefit. Hopping for a good outcome. The directions for installing leave a lot to be desired.
December 22, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Juicymessjess Works good
I bought this fan to vent air from my crawl space in my home. It was so easy to install. When my home is quiet, in the area where the fan is installed, you can hear a slight noise from it but you would have to really listen to hear it. Works great and my crawl space smells much better.
October 6, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Skip Cannot review product. Not enough room to install.
There was not room to install product. Home Depot received product at the store and the return was made easily and quickly.. Thank You.
October 18, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by willgill Solved two story drying issue
I had an issue where the laundry room dryer vent was routed through the ground level, through second story and through attic space out through the roof. Clothes would take an hour to get moderately dry. Ideally, I should have mounted this booster fan in the attic and put a remote switch on it, but instead, I decided to try just putting it inline on the back of the dryer.
I used the included brackets to mount the booster on the back of the dryer. I just click on this booster fan whenever I'm using the dryer. It cut down drying time to only 30 minutes!
It's very quiet but moves a LOT of air. If you have a similar drying issue, I highly recommend this fan.
June 24, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by franks great for bathroom fan
Instead of replacing my bathroom fans with those ‘all in one box’ light and fan units, I went with this inline fan, connected the duct to an inlet in the bathroom and installed the fan in the attic with some more ductwork venting to the outside.
This has several advantages:
-- It is very quiet, the fan (which is very quiet itself) is away in the attic and all I hear is the intake noise
-- It is a lot more powerful than even a high cfm normal bathroom fan
-- I can install any light I want and don’t have to go with what’s included with the fan
So far I have converted 3 bathrooms and couldn’t be happier.
April 22, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JosephA Our clothes our Dry at last -- Dry at Last!
For years, even though I bought a new Dryer, our clothes would take for ever to dry and tons of wet lint -- my wife many times took the clothes to the laundromat -- which was a hassle for her.
After some googline I learned our dryer "run" was too long -- more than 15 feet.
So I bought this fan and inserted into duct near end of run -- per instructions and threw a 60 minute wall timer switch to turn it on.
Now my wife turns on Dryer and then presses "the button" and voila clothes usually dry in about 20 minutes. No more wet lint only dry "normal" lint and the vent outside where the dryer exits is like a mini jet engine.
The unit is so quiet you can't even tell it's on --
Beautiful unit -- highly recommend!
December 31, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Phil Cut drying time from two hours to 55 minutes.
My dryer vent line is 25 feet long. I installed the blower midway after cleaning the vent line. It has been used for about 25 drying cycles and works to expectations. To make a simple installation use with a remote control power strip to power off and on. I used a Tripp Lite remote power strip.
I have only had this installed for a month and it is too early to determine it's durability.
May 20, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by scotty just what i was lookin for
made of plastic, so moisture won't hurt it, it was priced equal to lots of 100 cfm ceiling mount fans even though it is 240 cfm's.so it's more air, but surprisingly quiet, and when put in the wall behind the shower it is almost 100% silent other than the air moving woosh sound. The fantech 110 cfm was metal, noisier and less air and more money.and had a plug in option or hardwire
May 22, 2013