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Extracter Fans & Hoods
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Looking for a way to get rid of that Condensation?

Fed up with mould, wallpaper peeling, and timber rot?

Want to get rid of unpleasant smells from kitchens, bathrooms or lavatories?

Poor ventilation results can cause condensation from bathrooms, showers and kitchen areas. This can lead to mould, wallpaper peeling, and timber rot and leave unpleasant smells in the kitchen, bathroom and lavatory areas.

Reducing the natural ventilation by sealing doors and windows to conserve heat only makes the situation worse. Installing an extractor fan or hood can help you to overcome these problems.

How Test It Electrical help!

We can you provide you with several different control options for an extractor fan for your bathroom, kitchen and lavatory. These include the following:

■ Basic Control – Normally wired in with the light switch simply to turn the fan on and off with the lighting.

■ Timed Fan – These fans have the advantage of running for a period of time after the light has been switched off continuing to extra the moisture and odours from the room. The can also be operated by a motion detector and be set for a period of time to continue with the extraction.

■ Humidistat Fan – A humidistat fan will have a senor that will continue to monitor the surrounding area. Once the humidity of the area changes (for example when the shower is running) the fan will turn on automatically to extra the moisture. When the humidity is reduced back to normal level the fan will stop.

Free yourself from Condensation, Mould, Bacteria and Odours!

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Note: The Landlord and Tenant Act 1985 and the Electrical Equipment (Safety) Regulations 1994 require landlords to ensure that their electrical installations and appliances are safe when a tenancy begins, and that it is maintained in a safe condition throughout that tenancy.

One way to ensuring safety is to undertake a regular formal inspection of the fixed wiring together with any supplied electrical appliances such as cookers, kettles, toasters, washing machines and immersion heaters etc.

See Periodic Inspection & Testing, Visual Condition Reports, PAT Testing.