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110 CFM Ceiling Mount Roomside Installation Quick Connect Bathroom Exhaust Fan, ENERGY STAR

  • 110 CFM airflow manages moisture best in large bathrooms
  • Operates at a quiet sound level (1.0 Sone)
  • Easily install with no attic access needed
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This bath fan has housing specs of 10.25x10.25x8.25.
This bath fan has grill specs of 13.4x13.4.
The air flow of this bath fan is over 99 cubic feet per minute at 110 CFM.
This bath fan is quiet at only 1.0 sone.
This bath fan is compatible with a duct size of 4 inches.
This bath fan is for install on the ceiling.
Easily install with no attic access needed to quickly connect your new bath fan to your existing duct.
This bath fan is wet rated, which ensures it's ability to be placed over a shower.
This bath fan is energy star certified.
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The Hampton Bay 110 CFM Exhaust Fan will reduce moisture in your bathroom to help prevent mildew while running at 1 sones. The exhaust fan is designed to manage mixture in bathrooms as large as 115 sq. ft. The exhaust fan has high quality AC inductor capacitor motor. The UL-Listed fan offers a low-profile grille style for an attractive look.

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110 CFM Ceiling Mount Roomside Installation Quick Connect Bathroom Exhaust Fan, ENERGY STAR
BrandBroan-NuTonePanasonicPanasonicHampton Bay
NameEasy to Install 80 CFM Bathroom Exhaust Fan with LED Clean Cover, ENERGY STARWhisperThin Pick-A-Flow 80 or 100 CFM Exhaust Fan with LED Light Low Profile Ceiling or Wall and 4 in. Oval Duct AdapterWhisperChoice AutoPick-A-Flow 80/110 CFM Ceiling Bathroom Exhaust Fan with Motion/Humidity Sense and Flex-Z Fast Bracket110 CFM Ceiling Mount Roomside Installation Quick Connect Bathroom Exhaust Fan, ENERGY STAR
Price
$9900
$14400
$16900
Ratings
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(76)
(61)
Air Volume (CFM)80100,80110,80110
Fan Sound Level (Sones)0.80.5,1.10.3,0.41.0
Housing Width (in.)1010.2510.2510.5
Housing Length (in.)9.2510.2510.2510.82
Maximum Room Size (sq. ft.)75100110115
FeaturesLightAdjustable Fan Speed,Light,NightlightAdjustable Fan Speed,Humidity Sensing,Motion Sensing,TimerNo Additional Features
Installation TypeCeilingCeiling,WallCeilingCeiling
Grill ShapeSquareSquareSquareSquare
IncludedNo Additional Items IncludedHardware,Light Bulb,Nightlight BulbHardwareHardware
Mount TypeRecessedFlush MountFlush MountRecessed
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Specifications

Dimensions

Housing Length (in.)
10.82
Housing Width (in.)
10.5
Product Height (in.)
8.5 in
Product Length (in.)
10.82 in
Product Width (in.)
10.5 in

Details

Air Volume (CFM)
110
Amperage (amps)
0.28
Color/Finish
WHITE
Duct Compatible Sizes
4 in
Fan Sound Level (Sones)
1.0
Features
No Additional Features
Grill Shape
Square
Housing Material
Galvanized Steel
Included
Hardware
Installation Type
Ceiling
Maximum Room Size (sq. ft.)
115
Mount Type
Recessed
Product Weight (lb.)
10.3 lb
Returnable
180-Day
Room Size
Large Room Fan
Voltage (volts)
120
Wattage (watts)
32

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
cUL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
3 Years Limited

Questions & Answers

10Questions12Answers

Can this fan be install in a wall instead of a ceiling?

Asked by Tango November 14, 2020
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Answer

It could but it wouldn't be as effective to remove steam.

Does this fan turn on by a sensor, or do you have to wire to a switch to turn it on?

Asked by Kevan November 6, 2020
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Answer

This fan does not turn on by a sensor. You do need to wire it to a switch to turn it on. I recommend that you wire any fan to a switch regardless of whether or not it has a moisture sensor.

Any hints to remove the cover?

Asked by Steve October 11, 2020
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Answer

Just pull the cover straight down. It you want to totally remove it after you pull it down squeeze the wire springs on either side to remove.

Is this exhaust fan wet rated?

Asked by KC September 24, 2020
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Answer

The fan itself is not wet rated. You have to discuss that with your local electrical inspector. That is what I did and as long as it was UL listed and in the ceiling not the wall he was fine with it.

Does this fan plug into a small outlet inside the fan or is it hard wired?

Asked by Jojo July 13, 2020
1
Answer

The fan plugs into a small "non standard" plug inside the fan but the fan box itself still has to be hardwired as any fan box does.

I have this fan and am looking for a compatible grille with light I can add on to it. Can you rec...

Asked by Scott May 2, 2020
1
Answer

It would be a great addition for this fan. I’d suggest contacting Hampton bay for this question. The fan is whisper quiet and adding a light would be great for a darker bathroom.

I need to purchase a new grille for this unit. Ours was lost sometime between rough in and final ...

Asked by Homerz April 16, 2020
1
Answer

Hello, you can call Customer Service Team at 1-855-HD-HAMPTON, they can serve you and solve the problem. Thank you.

Any hints to installing the spring loaded cover?

Asked by Hank March 23, 2020
1
Answer

Use the spring clips to pinch mount and insert the grille into the narrow rectangular slots inside of the fan housing next to the fan motor.

Can the piece that spins under the cover be removed and cleaned? There's a lot of buildup and it...

Asked by abg February 9, 2020
3
Answers

Vivian is 100% wrong... it is easily removal to be cleaned and can be done and put back in within 5 minutes... very simple

Can the filter be replaced?

Asked by abg February 2, 2020
1
Answer

There is no filter in this exhaust fan. So there is nothing to change.

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This bathroom exhaust fan is a full sized fan built for typical ceiling clearance. The size allow...
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This bathroom exhaust fan is a full sized fan built for typical ceiling clearance. The size allows the 110 cfm to work quietly and efficiently. Built for quick connections to power via punch down connections and retrofit friendly with holes that can be exposed by removing curentbfan from inside the bathroom.., no attic access needed. Basic design and it can blend in easily.
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This exhaust fan checks all the boxes for my current situation. Make sure you read the box to con...
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This exhaust fan checks all the boxes for my current situation. Make sure you read the box to confirm that you get the correct unit for you specific requirements. It includes a light and fan all in one unit. It is for a larger size bathroom (110 CFM) It is QUIET. It is WHITE. It set up ready to connect to a 4" vent pipe Installation is quick and simple for either a replacement of an old unit or for new construction.
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My application was replacement of another fan that was less powerful. Our master bathroom is qui...
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My application was replacement of another fan that was less powerful. Our master bathroom is quite large and I wanted a fan that moved a lot of air but was still relatively quiet. Overall, this fan meets both of those requirements. There is just the slightest amount of noise from something vibrated but it can only be heard when I am on a ladder close to the fan. Instructions are clear and cover new and existing construction. As far as installation in existing construction, it can be relatively easy and the manufacturer has tried to make it as easy as possible but there are some issues that can be part of existing site conditions. The manufacturer has made removal and reinstallation of the squirrel cage and motor easy with a latch that holds the fan in place while you reinstall the 3 attachment serews. The electrical enclosure cover is removed with just one screw. Wiring connections are the new push-to-connect style and take less room and time than traditional wiring nuts. Despite all this, the site can require extra work to complete installation. In order to more easily mount the fan enclosure I made a right angle piece from a piece of 2 x 4 and 1/2 inch plywood to simulate 12" ceiling joist spacing even though mine are a nominal 16" spacing (see diagram). This allows the enclosure to be tightly supported on two sides as opposed to just one. My old fan had a wiring enclosure on the opposite end of the fan from the new one and this left the wire too short to reach the new electrical enclosure. I was able to install an electrical box in the attic on top of the joists and add more wire to the fan. This could be more difficult working from the room below and installing a hidden electrical box between floors would be a code violation. Junction boxes must be "accessible" according to code. Despite the extra work and a trip to The Home Depot for an electrical box, the installation went pretty smoothly. The one other issue I had was reconnecting the "Molex" connector between the motor and the electrical box. Usually these click together pretty easily but mine took some extra effort to get it back in place even though I was fully depressing the lever on the side of the connector. The grill installs with traditional torsion wire springs on two sides of the grill and slots on the sides of the squirrel cage fan housing. This product deserves a strong 4 stars and I can understand if many reviewers gave it 5 stars. I tend to reserve 5 stars for truly exceptional products.
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The Hampton Bay Bathroom Ceiling Exhaust Fan has a very sleek design that allows the grille to sit almost flush with the ceiling. The unit is rated for damp / wet locations making it ideal to clear the moisture / humidity that accumulates after a nice long hot shower. Additionally, the unit is powerful, at 110 CFM, which is more than enough to clear all of that humidity from a large bathroom quickly and efficiently. Finally, the fan is extremely quite, to the point where you can actually question if the fan is off or on. This is a large exhaust fan that is best suited for larger bathrooms, however, you can definitely use it in any size room. Keep in mind that if you do install it in a smaller bathroom it may look a little awkward due to its size (grille size is 13.4” W x 13.4” D). This exhaust fan can be used in new construction or to replace an existing unit. The instructions for both types of installation are provided. I replaced an existing exhaust fan that was a bit smaller, which meant that the opening had to be enlarged. All of the necessary dimensions were provided. When you are replacing an existing unit there are extra steps that need to be taken, which will add a little time to the overall installation. From start to finish the job can be completed in under an hour.
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Like like the fan Overall. The size is big enough to remove moisture quickly. And the look is sim...
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Like like the fan Overall. The size is big enough to remove moisture quickly. And the look is simple and blends into the ceiling for the most part. For new construction it’s a breeze to install. Now for a remodel, not so much. All the little screws attaching fan to housing were stripped not allowing for easy removal, in fact one plastic tab needing to be broke off to release from housing. I did like the detailed instructions included. But most of my time was consumed removing cross threaded of stripped out screws. Now once installed it works as it should and at a tolerable sound level. It’s an upgrade from the $20 builder special for sure but not the whisper quiet of a $200 fan.
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This exhaust fan comes complete with all necessary hardware to install and connect it. It is quie...
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This exhaust fan comes complete with all necessary hardware to install and connect it. It is quiet and does a good job of expelling moisture. This install required a slight modification on the existing opening but other than that it wasn't a difficult install. I would recommend this as either used as new construction or on a more modern home, as then it could probably be switched out in a half our or so.
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Hampton Bay 110 CFM Ceiling Bathroom Exhaust Fan was a much needed upgrade. I had the standard noisy contractor exhaust fan that did not move anything. As you can see in the first picture is what I replaced. This was a simple installation because I have access above the exhaust fan. I removed the old fan and had to cut a larger hole and upgraded the exhaust from a three inch to a four inch. No wiring hassles just push to connect to the existing wiring. It is quiet compared to what was there. I can tell the difference in the moisture reduction and the occasional odor removal. I would recommend this product if you’re upgrading and you have access to the current fan. If you don’t, you may have some work on your hands. The Ceiling cover may be able to cover up some mistakes you might make in the ceiling opening.
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This fan moves some air, but does it quietly. I've had a squeaky, builders grade (read cheap), e...
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This fan moves some air, but does it quietly. I've had a squeaky, builders grade (read cheap), exhaust fan in my bath for years, my wife has told me not to use it because she can hear it in the other room over the television, I offered to get better speakers, she suggested replacing the fan. The room was already well it so we really did not need a fan with a light. I needed a fan at least 10"x10" to fill my old hole, this one is 10.8"x10.5" and says it can be installed without attic access. Well, when I removed my old fan, it was all metal, and pretty corroded, it only had a single 4", wobbly fan blade, which explained the noise it made as e the blade touched the case behind it when it spun. The 4" ducting, I had would have to be extended, a bit with flexible ducting, so I acquired two 4" hose clamps and a increment of ducting (20 feet and I needed about 6"). When installing this fan where you had a previous fan, you need to disassemble the fan by removing the motor/power lines, then remove the duct, and the junction box; there are a few easy to find screws on each, this took less than 5min. You will need to pull the existing wiring (powered off-duh) into the unit and pull the existing ducting inside (here is where I had to pull my extended ducting, as my original ducting was fixed. You then mount the vent housing to the ceiling using an adjacent joist. You screw the vent to the joist along the flange, and then screw the interior to the joist, there are 4 available screw holes, I only used the deeper two, it felt plenty secure. If your joists are 12" apart you might be able to use both exterior flanges (I could not). The quick connectors, make wiring easy, once connected re-install the junction box with the wiring pulled inside (2 screws). Then use a hose clamp (or duct tape) to connect the cone shaped duct to the ducting, and re-install the duct (2 screws) to the case. Then reconnect the power cord and motor aligning it with the duct. Now all that left is attaching th grille via the pinch mounts and the slots next to the fan motor. Time to test, flipping the switch, I can hear a whirl, great, but it is barely noticeable. I take the instruction book and place it against the grille, i can see the edges getting sucked in. The suction is not enough to hold the entire manual to the ceiling, but it will hold a single page. One other thing I like about this fan is it has a automatic damper, which opens and closes wen the fans is in use. This should prevent exterior air from entering the room through the fan, a really good idea, missing on a lot of other fans (including my old one). So success, and it's wife approved. No new speakers for my television, but a happy wife is sufficient. and done in about 45 minutes. A really nice upgrade.
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The Hampton Bay Ceiling Exhaust Fan is a nice compromise of air movement (CFM) noise and price. ...
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The Hampton Bay Ceiling Exhaust Fan is a nice compromise of air movement (CFM) noise and price. the unit moves 110 CFM which is plenty for most average sized bathrooms. The sound is not the slowest available at 1 sone but at the same time the price point is much better than the lower sone models available. I have installed a similar sized unit from another manufacturer and the sone was the most important thing I focused on (along with CFM). I paid a lot more to get .3 sone but there are times I truly don't know if it is on or not. For a powder room in a common area the slightly loaded 1 sone gives the user some privacy. Believe it or not the quiet fan caused users to feel awkward while using teh bathroom. the picture attached shows the grill to be quite large. This unit will do the job and save you money over teh lower sone rated models. Which I think is a no brainer.
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This is a great ceiling exhaust fan for a larger bathroom. It moves 110 CFM (cubic feet per minut...
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This is a great ceiling exhaust fan for a larger bathroom. It moves 110 CFM (cubic feet per minute of air. It connects to a 4" air duct. It is easy to install in both new construction and if you remodeling or replacing an exhaust fan in an existing bathroom. It is also a quiet fan for the size. It has a simple and nice looking cover for any setting that is easy to pull down and clean when needed. It is Hampton Bay brand which is very reliable.
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