How to Choose the Right Exhaust Fan for You!Saturday 1st August 2020 01:01pm
1. Heat Lamp Output
When looking through our range of 3 in 1 bathroom appliances you will find that they often come in two variations. The first is with two heat lamps and the second is with four. The basic guide to determining which one you should opt for depends on the size of your bathroom. If you have a bathroom that is on the smaller end a two heat bathroom 3 in 1 will be adequate. If you have a medium to large sized bathroom the four heat variation will suit your space.
2. Globe Type
When looking at lighting LED globes are the ideal choice. The reasoning behind this can be put down to the following properties; longevity, lumen output, and efficiency. When tested, LED globes proved to have up to two to three times the lifespan of halogen or carbon filament globes. LED globes also use just 60% of the energy needed to power incandescent or CFL globes all the while producing the same or higher lumen output. Choosing LED for your bathroom lighting will ensure that your product lasts longer, saves energy and magnificently lights up the room.
3. Air Extraction Rate
Installing an exhaust fan is stated as mandatory in Australian building codes. Installing a fan that will effectively do the job is of utmost importance. Determining how you can find out which product you should purchase is simple once you know what to look for. Please click here for more information about how to determine how much exhaust fan extraction you need.
Bathroom 3 in 1 appliances usually come in three colour options white, black silver. If you’re having difficulties while trying to decide which one to purchase here is another perspective to help you decide. White generally blends with ceilings better which is great if you are aiming to achieve a subtle look. Silver, on the other hand, will allow you to make a quiet but classy statement when pairing it with chrome tapware. Opting for silver will also allow the appliance to appear cleaner for longer. Black exhaust fans can help to create a modern aesthetic and highlight black architracves. Ultimately colour and design will come down to personal preference!