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Ross1

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Hi guys, I need to put an extractor fan in this bathroom which is a single extension with a flat roof and the only place to put it is between the window and shower head, which I know is not acceptable according to the regs. DILEMA, any suggestions? Can't upload the photo. But basically the only place for the fan is in zone 1 right next to the shower head on the outside wall!
 
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kingeri

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Can you not use a ceiling mounted fan and have the actual fan in the loft or room above, hence remote from the bathroom?
 

Ross1

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Can you not use a ceiling mounted fan and have the actual fan in the loft or room above, hence remote from the bathroom?
Flat roof mate!
 

telectrix

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depending on which way the joists run, you could maybe ceiling mount and duct out above ceiling to outside wall, or bore straight up and fit a roof thingy.
 
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Maybe wrong (as usual) but couldn't an extra low voltage extract fan be fitted?
 
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Same asTel, fit in ceiling and duct through fascia with a flapped outlet.
 

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Low voltage with remote PSU?
 

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