#1 Home Improvement Retailer

Internet #206660667

Model #AEN110L

Flex Series 110 CFM Ceiling Roomside Installation Bathroom Exhaust Fan with Light, ENERGY STAR*

  • NuTone energy efficient, quiet bathroom fan with LED light combo
  • Powerful enough for rooms (including bathroom) up to 105 sq. ft.
  • Easy to install new / replace existing product from the roomside
  • See More Details

Frequently Bought Together


Product Overview

NuTone AEN110L InVent Series 110 CFM ceiling exhaust bath fan with Light ENERGY STAR offers easy, room side installation, with "No Attic Access Required". ceiling mounted ventilation fan features foldable mounting ears and EZDuct connector for easy installation. New duct damper technology provides a tighter seal, resulting in reduced warm and cold air backdrafts. LED lighting lasts up to 25,000 hours. This energy efficient fan operates at 110 CFM and a quiet 1.0 sone.
  • Shop all Broan-NuTone Bathroom Exhaust Fans
  • 110 CFM, effective ventilation to remove moisture and reduce the risk of mold or mildew in most full baths
  • 1.0 sones for ultra quiet performance, you might not notice it's on
  • Bright 3500K energy efficient LED lighting to help illuminate your room
  • Retrofit installations can be done entirely from the room-side, no attic access required, this means a faster, easier installation
  • EzDuct connector can be installed from the room side, with no attic access required
  • TrueSeal Damper technology reduces air leakage up to 50%
  • Foldable mounting ears allow for easy installation in both new construction and room-side replacement applications
  • ENERGY STAR Certified for energy efficient operation
  • UL listed for use over tub or shower when connected to a GFCI-protected branch circuit (ceiling mount only)
  • Powerful enough for rooms up to 100 sq. ft.
  • Brighter white grilles blend in to match most common ceiling paint
  • Corrosion resistant galvanized steel housing stands up to moisture
  • Permanently lubricated AC motor engineered for continuous operation
  • Comparable to Broan Model AE110L
  • For any questions regarding product features, installation, or specifications, please call our Technical Services Dept. at 800-637-1453, Monday-Friday, 8:00 am - 7:00 pm EST.
  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

Info & Guides

You will need Adobe® Acrobat® Reader to view PDF documents. Download a free copy from the Adobe Web site.

Compare Similar Bath Fans

InVent Series 110 CFM Ceiling Installation Bathroom Exhaust Fan with Light
current product
Flex Series 110 CFM Ceiling Roomside Installation Bathroom Exhaust Fan with Light, ENERGY STAR*
QT Series Very Quiet 110 CFM Ceiling Bathroom Exhaust Fan with Light and Night Light, ENERGY STAR*ULTRA GREEN ZB Series 80 CFM Multi-Speed Ceiling Bathroom Exhaust Fan with LED Light and Motion Sensing, ENERGY STAR*
NameInVent Series 110 CFM Ceiling Installation Bathroom Exhaust Fan with LightFlex Series 110 CFM Ceiling Roomside Installation Bathroom Exhaust Fan with Light, ENERGY STAR*QT Series Very Quiet 110 CFM Ceiling Bathroom Exhaust Fan with Light and Night Light, ENERGY STAR*ULTRA GREEN ZB Series 80 CFM Multi-Speed Ceiling Bathroom Exhaust Fan with LED Light and Motion Sensing, ENERGY STAR*
Air Volume (CFM)11011011080
Fan Sound Level (Sones)
Housing Width (in.)101011.37511.375
Housing Length (in.)9.259.2510.510.5
Maximum Room Size (sq. ft.)10510510570
FeaturesLight,Roomside InstallationLight,Roomside InstallationLight,NightlightAdjustable Fan Speed,Light,Motion Sensing,Nightlight,Roomside Installation
Installation TypeCeilingCeilingCeilingCeiling
Grill ShapeRectangleRectangleRectangleRectangle
Mount TypeRecessedRecessedRecessedRecessed
IncludedNo Additional Items IncludedLight BulbLight BulbLight Bulb
View ProductView ProductView ProductView Product



Housing Length (in.)
Housing Width (in.)
Product Height (in.)
Product Length (in.)
Product Width (in.)


Air Volume (CFM)
Amperage (amps)
Duct Compatible Sizes
4 in
Fan Sound Level (Sones)
Light,Roomside Installation
Grill Shape
Housing Material
Galvanized Steel
Light Bulb
Installation Type
Light Bulb Base Code
Light Bulb Type Allowed
Light Bulb Type Included
Integrated LED
Maximum Light Bulb Wattage (watts)
Maximum Room Size (sq. ft.)
Mount Type
Number of Bulbs Required
Pack Size
Product Weight (lb.)
Room Size
Large Room Fan
Voltage (volts)
Wattage (watts)

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
HVI Certified,UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
Limited 3 year

Questions & Answers


What type of 2 control switch can you use for this fan.

Asked by Rick April 11, 2021

It will work with model P2RW switch.

NuTone answered the question of BRIGHTNESS by rating it at 3500k. Another answer indicated it was...

Asked by NoMiddleName August 31, 2020

It is 3500K and 800 lumen.

After the integrated LED bulb dies can it be replaced easily or do I need an entire new fan?

Asked by dpb June 9, 2020

it can be replaced , would have to come from manufacturer.

how bright is the light?

Asked by JCT May 25, 2020

The AEN80L has an integrated LED. The specifications are as follows: 11-Watt integrated LED lighting for energy efficiency. • 3500 K color temperature provides soft white light - ideal for bathroom illumination. • LED lasts up to 25,000 hours for maintenance-free convenience. This is pretty bright, but note that brightness can be subjective. If you have additional questions, please contact our Customer Service Department at 1-888-336-3948 between 7:30 AM and 6:00 PM (CDT) Monday-Friday.

What is the difference between the 'AERN110L' and the AEN110L'?

Asked by sean April 25, 2020

The AERN110L and the AEN110L are the same fan. One model is specific to Home Depot.

Does this 11-Watt LED at 3000K soft white within the fixture produce a yellowy tint? I am trying...

Asked by holby July 12, 2018

The LED light module is white. If you have concerns about it producing a 'yellowish' tint, we would strongly encourage you to test it before you install it. If you have questions, please dial 888-336-6151 and speak with our Technicsl Support Department. Thank you.

Can you use a dimmer switch on the light?

Asked by NK February 27, 2018

No, this item can only be used with the included integrated LED lightbulb.

how bright is this light.

Asked by Luke February 15, 2018

Very bright

Can a dimmer be used on the LED model AERN110L?

Asked by ed January 31, 2018

This unit may not be compatible with all dimmer controls. Each application is unique and various factors such as load, common neutral or other electrical products on the circuit can, in certain instances, cause variance in system performance. If you contact our Customer Service Department at 888-336-3948 we can offer suggested models. Thank you.

What is the difference between the AEN110L & AERN110L?

Asked by Mike January 4, 2018

They are the same exhaust fan. The model AERN110L model number is specifically for the Home Depot stores. But the models are the same.

Flex Series 110 CFM Ceiling Roomside Installation Bathroom Exhaust Fan with Light, ENERGY STAR* - page 2

Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
    out of 35 reviews
  • 100% recommend this product
Filter by:
Showing 1-10 of 35 reviews
An excellent fan, given that I was looking for one very close in size to the fifteen-year-old uni...
An excellent fan, given that I was looking for one very close in size to the fifteen-year-old unit it was replacing. Moves more air, is quieter, with a bright LED light. Expected to last many years.
by HDC
1 person found this helpful
No Attic Access Required!
Our master bathroom in our home has a window and code in most areas states that a bathroom with a window does not require an exhaust fan, so to save a few dollars the builders, as usual, did not install one. This has annoyed me for the 10 years we have lived in our home, but as our entire house, which is a manufactured home, has vaulted ceilings and no “attic” (only a 12” void above the insulation) there is no easy way to add an exhaust fan without major drywall work. When I saw that this fan had “room side” installation I jumped at the chance to add an exhaust fan to our master bath even though I knew it still wouldn’t be an easy project. Packaging – This product was well packaged with an adequate air gap, created by cardboard dividers, around the product to make any chances of damage from dropping or rough handling unlikely. The most fragile parts of the assembly, the light and blower, were located away from the sides of the box as well. Preparing to Install - I may go into more detail on this section than usual in hopes that it will assist another reader with a similar installation, new install with no attic access. As mentioned earlier, this fan has the option of room side installation, meaning you will not have to go into the attic to install this fan. This is made possible due to the folding mounting ears, and a duct outlet that can be attached to the flex ducting and installed in place from the inside before the blower is installed. For my installation I first had to determine where the roof joists were located. As there was already a light in the vicinity of the desired location, directly over the toilet, I removed the light fixture and the junction box in order to look into the void area for joist location and any possible issues. I could have used a stud finder, but I wanted to be sure I would not hit any electrical wiring or other obstacles. I also removed a gable vent at the peak of the roof to get some more precise measurements. This was all done by site, as it was not possible to enter the void space above my bathroom. I also had to be sure there would be a route available for the duct. I decided to point the exhaust outlet towards the peak of the roof and then make a gentle 90 degree turn and exhaust out the gable end of the roof just under the false eave using a wall exhaust kit. Installation - Once I had the location selected, I measured and cut the hole in the bathroom ceiling. I tucked the mounting ears in and made sure the hole was a good fit before continuing. I was able to use the hole to put my head and 1 arm into the void space far enough to reach the outer gable and drill a pilot hole for the hole saw, which I finished drilling from the outside. I secured the ducting to the wall vent and installed the wall vent. I also installed a new double gang switch box to allow separate light and fan control and fished new 14/3 Romex to the location as well. I reinforced the area around the hole with some wooden framing to allow the box to be securely screwed in place. I placed the Romex and the flex ducting into the appropriate holes in the box and pushed it into place, and secured it in 4 places. With the box in place all that was left to do is cut the flex ducting to the appropriate length, allowing some slack, and attaching it to the exhaust duct. The duct then is pushed into the attic/void space and is secured in place to the box with an included screw. The remainder of the installation is straight forward, connect the wiring as instructed, slide the blower into place, snap the light into the grill, plug in the blower and light, and finally insert the grill clips in and you are done! Operation and Appearance – I was pleasantly surprised, both by how bright the LED light is, and how quiet the fan is. The fan also looks good on the bathroom ceiling; it is attractive but still blends in. The bathroom was used for showering later the same evening and with the window closed, there was none of the usual mirror fogging we normally have, despite running the shower very hot. Overall I am very happy with this fan, and the fact it finally allowed me to install a bathroom exhaust fan despite having no attic access without any drywall work. Although our hall bathroom already has a fairly new fan, which uses a round hole and roof vent, I am tempted to retrofit that setup to install one of these instead to take advantage of the better CFM, reduced noise level, and better light.
by northwindone
1 person found this helpful
Good fan, but pay attention to how big your room is
Please do not cheap out on a fan for your bathroom, especially if you don't have windows. 80 CFM was a little more than what was recommended for our bathroom size, but I'd rather go larger than smaller for this purpose. You change it out every 10+ years so don't cheap out. I didn't care much for the light, but thought the motor was big enough. I usually install 50 CFMs for our rentals but I'm thinking I may upgrade them to 80 CFM like this. Don't expect it to be silent, but it's quiet enough. I install enough of these to not have much issues, but if you have any issues, like with the clips or anything, call customer service and they'll help you. Please clean your fan yearly! Just pull the cover plate off, and get a vacuum hose and wipe down the fan with a damp cloth. It'll work more efficiently and last longer.
by CaTrekker
6 people found this helpful
a average replacement ceiling exaust fan with light.
came packed in the box without packing to protect it from shipping damage. The design is relatively simple, their are 2 ground wires, 2 feed wires and 2 returns, so the light and fan can be wired separately. My old ceiling fan has 2 lights a day light bulb and a night light bulb. So using this ceiling fan would cause me to have a dummy switch or I would have to remove it and put in a block off plate. Not to mention I would not have a dim light at night when needed. But it is great it does not require a special switch so it works as a replacement ceiling fan. The instructions are straight forward and come in several languages. It should be noted this unit only has side exhaust so if you need a top venting unit this will not work as it has no option for top exhaust. It also has its own led propitiatory light bulb assembly, so if and when the bulb fails you have to get the one that goes in the unit. Additionally if you were planning on using a dimable bulb and have a dimmer switch, that is not going to work for this unit.
by JurassicParkStaff
2 people found this helpful
Best of the Series
This is my third Invent Fan installation over the past year. Like the others, it allows room-side installation. Removing the old fan may be the toughest part of the job in some situations. I was able to pry the old fan case away from the ceiling joist. (It was held by electrical staples of all things.) The installation instructions are quite clear for new construction and retrofit. There is one step that I added. The fan outlet, in my opinion should always point in the direction which the duct heads for the eaves where it exits the home in most cases. But half the time facing the outlet toward the eaves means that the provided mounting holes are on the side of the housing that is not against a the joist where the old fan was attached. So I make a 3-sided U-shape mount that I make 3/4 inches shorter than the distance from the edge of the fan opening to the opposite joist. I screw the bottom of the U the opposite joist. Then I attach a 1 x 8 piece the width of the opening using screws. Now I have the fan fitting snuggly between two joists and NO 180 degree bend in the vent tubing. My vent heads directly toward the eaves keeping the static pressure to a minimum and the actual CFM the fan exhausts to a maximum. The final look of this fan is great with a clean design and an LED light that is adequate to light an entire small bathroom--perhaps up to 7 ft x 7 ft.. The only minor gripe I have is regarding the spring clips that hold the cover to the housing. On the last couple of fans I installed from two different companies I found these a bit clumsy as far as getting them to properly snap into the slots on the housing. But this is an operation that you might do once or only a few times over the life of the fan so not a big deal. All in all this is a pretty quiet, good looking unit with a nicely integrated LED light that is easily installed without getting into an attic or from room side in a two story home where access from above is impossible.
by engr4you
The Broan-NuTone fit perfect as a replacement of my old...
The Broan-NuTone fit perfect as a replacement of my old fan. It was easy to install.
by HomeDepotCustomer
NuTone Flex vs Invent Series
These fans are basically the same. Flex is signifacantly more money and not worth it in my opinion. I would have gone with Panasonic as they are much more quiet but I was replacing contractor grade NuTone and didn’t have access to swap right vent to left which the Panasonic requires. With that said, I wasn’t sure about the differences between the Flex and Invent series so figured I would install one in each bath. The Invent is MUCH quieter than the Flex (both 110CFM), and ironically it is the less expensive of the 2. Don’t waste you money on the Flex. The design is ingenious for retro fit. Extremely easy and I highly recommend if access is limited.
by Jeff
What I expected
This was a replacement for a 24 year old bath exhaust fan with light that was noisy and didn't have enough capacity for the size of the bathroom. The new unit was easy to install, is quieter, has the capacity needed and the LED light is much more energy efficient and brighter than the one it replaced.
by Al S
Installation instructions were straightforward and easy to follow. The unit looks attractive, wo...
Installation instructions were straightforward and easy to follow. The unit looks attractive, works as advertised, and is much quieter than the unit we replaced. The LED light is a practical feature we did not have on our old unit and should last for years before replacement. It was well worth spending a few extra dollars for a quality bathroom vent fan like this. Happy to recommend it.
by CEarle
Fairly quiet and effective. I'm wondering if the light can be put on a separate switch from the fan.
Response from CustomerServiceNuToneOct 15, 2020
Thank you for your review on model AEN110L. Yes, the functions for this unit can be wired to separate switches. Please call our Technical Team directly at 888-336-6151 for assistance.
Showing 1-10 of 35 reviews