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Hilda12

08:19AM | 10/04/08
Member Since: 10/03/08
1 lifetime posts
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My house is 100 years old with no exhaust fan in the small 7'x9' first floor bathroom. This is a problem because it's the only bathroom with a shower. The bathroom has a window, but it opens on to an unheated Florida room. Is venting up two floors & then through the finished attic too far of a distance for an exhaust fan? Another option would be to go through the bathroom ceiling, have the vent duct take a 90 degree turn & just vent it out to the Florida room. This room is 9'x 20'. Is this a bad idea? The only alternative I can think of is running a duct along the ceiling of the Florida room with a vent to the outside, but that wouldn't be very attractive.

Thank you for advice & help.

TimBonham

01:30PM | 10/05/08
Member Since: 01/09/07
197 lifetime posts
Try posting this in the Heating & Ventilation forum, and you might get some help.

But there doesn't seem to be much of an electrical connection here.
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