By Suzanne Fred. Bathroom Electrical. Published at Saturday, January 20th, 2018 - 01:01:30 AM.
Bathroom vent fans vary in styles and colors. They sometimes come complete with a light and sometimes even a heater option. They are usually controlled by either a single-pole switch or a wall-mounted timer. Placement of your bathroom vent fan varies on your preferred position. You may want the fan either over the toilet or possibly in the center of the room.
They also highlight how much your hair is thinning (isn't it better not to know?). Sidelights, such as wall sconces or vertical strip lights, can be combined with lights mounted on the wall above the mirror for fuller illumination.
Bathrooms are notorious for being moist, and some don't have windows to remove the moisture and odors. Even if you have a window, a bathroom vent fan is more effective at exhausting moisture and odors, and you don't lose as much heat in the winter. Vent fans are required in all new bathrooms and remodels. You can install a vent fan with a built-in heater, but this has different wiring requirements than a standard fan without a heater (we'll get to the wiring in a minute).
When considering bathroom receptacles, one has to decide the correct placement. You should keep the receptacle at least six feet from the edge of a bathtub or shower and within one foot of a sink. Placing the receptacle in the center of the sink is not a good idead, where the cords of things like razors and curling irons would have to hang over the sink opening. A better positioned receptacle is to the left or right of the sink base.
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