Published at Saturday, February 03rd, 2018 - 01:05:04 AM. Bathroom Electrical. By Suzanne Fred.
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Warm, moist air not only encourages mold growth but also can cause damage to a bathroom. If yours doesn’t have a bath fan and it smells musty, it’s likely you need to install a bath fan. In fact, local building codes sometimes require that you install a bath fan that is sized to the specific area of your bathroom, but not always, so check with your local code enforcement officer for your specific area's regulations.
Some local codes allow you to control the fan by itself, while others require that the fan come on with the lighting. If your bathroom is like mine, you may have a vanity light and a fan/light combo. You could have a switch for the combo and another for the vanity light. As for a light/fan/heater combo, it's likely the heater may indeed need a circuit of its own, depending upon the amperage draw of the unit.
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