Ventilation and Fans
Bathroom Fans, Dryer Vent Booster Fans, and Other Ventilation
Here you will find our selection of ventilation products. Products include bath fans, ventilation equipment, kitchen exhaust fans, dryer vent fans, duct booster fans, and related equipment and other air conditioning parts. We have a complete line of ventilation products to choose from. See us for all of your ventilation needs.
What you should consider when buying a bath fan or home ventilation system.
Steamy mirrors, damp walls and fogged windows. They’re more than annoying. They could indicate developing problems like mold and mildew, ruined insulation, and wood rot. Spot ventilation solutions from Broan clear the air quickly and efficiently, removing potential problems before they invite themselves into your home.
What’s in stays in today’s airtight homes.
Today’s homes are built airtight for efficiency. But that means moisture and airborne pollutants stay where they are unless they are vented away. Eliminating excess moisture keeps your home dry and comfortable and can help avoid mold and mildew. Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) “outgas” from construction materials such as plywood, carpet, fabric, paint, adhesive, insulation and other common items. Allergens, dust, cooking vapor and what the kids bring home from school are more reasons why good ventilation is critical.
Which product is best suited to my application?
Take a moment to consider what you’re looking for in a spot ventilation product. Do you want quiet operation, a powerful blower, decorative designs or something that’s virtually invisible? Could you use more light, or ventilation in a walk-in closet? Broan has what you need.
Sones measure the “sound level” of your fan.
A sone is a measurement of sound in terms of comfortable hearing level for an average listener. The lower the sone value, the more comfortable the environment. Sones are not decibels or volume, but rather how sound is “sensed.” One sone is half as loud as two sones, and is equivalent to a quiet refrigerator.
What “HVI certified” means to you.
The Home Ventilating Institute (HVI) is an independent organization that certifies the airflow and sound performance claimed by manufacturers of ventilation products. Broan certifies every product through HVI to ensure the product you purchase will perform as claimed. For more information visit www.hvi.org.
Energy Star: Conserve energy and energy expenditures.
If you’re concerned about saving money and energy, choose Broan bath fans that feature the Energy Star logo. These products use high efficiency motors and lighting that can reduce energy consumption by as much as 65%—all without sacrificing performance. Learn more about Energy Star at www.energystar.gov.