Washroom Ventilation

Washroom ventilation is vitally important in creating a comfortable, hygienic washroom environment where the fixtures and fittings will last the test of time. We have several washroom vent fan options to suit your needs and prevent the build up of mould, mildew and bad odours in your facilities.


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  1. 100mm Low Profile Wall Mounted Extraction Fan With Timer And Back Draught Shutter
    100mm Low Profile Wall Mounted Extraction Fan With Timer And Back Draught Shutter
    £18.00 £15.00

  2. 100mm Axial Wall Mounted Extraction Fan With Timer And Shutters
    100mm Axial Wall Mounted Extraction Fan With Timer And Shutters
    £24.00 £20.00

  3. 150mm Standard Slim Axial Fan with Timer and Shutters
    150mm Standard Slim Axial Fan with Timer and Shutters
    £27.60 £23.00

  4. 150mm Axial Fan With Timer And Shutters
    150mm Axial Fan With Timer And Shutters
    £27.60 £23.00

  5. 100mm Quiet Wall Mounted Extraction Fan With Timer
    100mm Quiet Wall Mounted Extraction Fan With Timer
    £27.60 £23.00

  6. 100mm Wall Mounted Centrifugal Extraction Fan With Timer
    100mm Wall Mounted Centrifugal Extraction Fan With Timer
    £38.40 £32.00

  7. 100mm Mixed Flow Extraction Fan
    100mm Mixed Flow Extraction Fan
    £61.20 £51.00

  8. Mixed Flow Extraction with Timer
    100mm Mixed Flow Extraction Fan With Timer
    £64.80 £54.00

  9. 230mm Commercial Fan With Automatic Shutters
    230mm Commercial Extractor Fan With Automatic Shutters
    £121.20 £101.00

  10. 300mm Commercial Fan with Automatic Shutters
    300mm Commercial Fan with Automatic Shutters
    £166.80 £139.00

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Ensure good washroom hygiene with proper washroom ventilation

The most common and noticeable sign of poor washroom ventilation is bad odours lingering in the washrooms, however, less noticed but equally likely is excessive condensation which will promote the growth of bacteria and mould around the windows, on the walls in any tile grout and corners where fixtures and fittings meet walls.

Washroom ventilation is even more important if showering or bathing facilities are installed within the commercial washroom as these facilities have high humidity as they emit steam and large volumes of water during use which will exacerbate any issues with the existing washroom ventilation.

Excessive condensation without washroom ventilation will also accelerate the wear on commercial washroom fixtures and fittings, if you have any kind of laminated wood furniture or paneling such as toilet cubicles and vanity units with the onset of damp the veneer may begin peeling off the wooden substrate. Water stains will also take hold on stainless steel and aluminium fixtures such as taps, shower valves, and hardware.

Washroom ventilation issues can be solved by installing a correctly specified and reliable washroom vent  fan, which will create a healthy hygienic washroom, draw out bad odour and moisture in the air and prolong the life of the fixtures and fittings installed.

To learn more about our washroom ventilation products, you can get in touch with us over email or by giving us a call here.

Washroom ventilation FAQs

What does ventilation mean?

Ventilation is the process of getting ‘fresh’ air into a room or building - this helps to remove any unpleasant odours and prevents the build up of mould and mildew due to moisture and bacteria in the air. 

Why is ventilation important?

Having adequate ventilation in a building is very important - particularly in washrooms that have showers or moist conditions as this can lead to mould, mildew and odours if clean air is not circulated through the room. Washroom ventilation greatly improves the quality of the air in the room so users can be comfortable and the facilities remain in their best condition. 

How to ventilate a room

Installing a washroom vent fan will ensure that your washroom has clean air circulating the room and is hygienic for those using your facilities.  

When to use a ventilation fan

A ventilation fan can be used in a commercial or domestic space to ensure clean air is circulated in an enclosed area in the building from outside. You should ensure that you have good quality washroom ventilation in bathrooms with showers and moist conditions to keep your facilities clean and well maintained.  

How do I replace a bathroom vent fan?

You should allow a qualified electrician to install or replace your bathroom vent fans to ensure that the work is carried out correctly. Here’s how it can be replaced in a few simple steps:

  1. Check the type of washroom ventilation fan you already have and its wiring.

  2. Select a new washroom vent fan

  3. Lay down a drop cloth to catch any dirt or debris when replacing your fan.

  4. Switch off the power to the washroom vent fan

  5. Remove the old washroom ventilation fan:

  • Firstly, unscrew the fan’s cover

  • Disconnect the fan’s wiring and vent pipe

  • Remove the vent fan housing

  1. Install the new washroom vent fan:

  • Adjust the ceiling hole if necessary

  • Attach the new washroom vent fan’s housing to the ceiling joists

  • Connect the electrical wiring to the fan

  • Push the new fan cover into position 

  1. Check that the new washroom ventilation is working

How to clean bathroom vent fan

Here’s how you can clean your washroom vent fan in a few easy steps:

  1. Turn off the power

  2. Remove the fan’s cover and place this into warm soapy water to soak

  3. Dust the inside of the fan unit

  4. Scrub the fan unit with warm soapy water

  5. Allow time for the washroom vent fan and its cover to dry

  6. Put the fan cover back in place.