Extractor Fan Fitting and Replacement

We are experienced in providing extractor fan fitting and replacement services for both domestic and commercial properties. Our experienced team of professionals can provide advice, guidance and support throughout the entire installation process. 

We are committed to ensuring that all of our customers receive the highest quality of service and that their extractor fan fitting and replacement needs are met in a timely manner. So, reach out to us whenever you need to look up for ‘extractor fan fitting near me’.

Types of Extractor Fans in UK

There are three main types of extractor fan commonly found in the UK:

  1. axial fans
  2. Centrifugal fans
  3. Mixed-flow fans

Axial fans are the most common type of extractor fan and are used in bathrooms and kitchen extractor fan, and other areas where air needs to be extracted. 

Centrifugal fans are used in applications where a higher pressure is needed, such as ducted systems. Mixed-flow fans are used in more complex applications, such as in extraction systems for industrial purposes.

Extractor Fan Fitting & Replacement

Who Fit Extractor Fans?

The installation of extractor fans can be done by a qualified electrician, plumber, or HVAC technician. DIY installation is generally not recommended, as it can be dangerous and could lead to problems with the fan’s performance.

 Electricians can install extractor fans as part of a larger electrical system, setting up wiring and circuit breakers for the fan. Plumbers can hook extractor fans up to the existing ventilation and drainage systems, as well as help with the installation of ducting. We can assist you with services like kitchen and bathroom extractor fan fitters near me!

How to Install Extractor Fan?

  • Turn off the power to the room where the fan is to be installed.
  • Measure the opening where the fan will be mounted and purchase a fan that will fit the space.
  • If the fan is to be mounted on an outside wall, drill a hole for the vent pipe.
  • Install the fan by following the manufacturer’s instructions.
  • Connect the fan to the power supply, making sure the power is still turned off.
  • Turn on the power supply.
  • Test the fan to make sure it is working properly.
How to Install Extractor Fan?

Extractor Fan Fitting & Replacement Cost

The cost of extractor fan fitting and replacement depends on a number of factors, including the type of fan, the size of the room, the difficulty of the installation, and the labor costs of the contractor. Generally, the cost of a standard extractor fan installation ranges from £100 to £400. This includes the cost of labor and materials. The cost of a more complex fan installation may range from £400 to £800.

It is always worth shopping around to get the best price for the job.

How do we handle your extractor fan issue?

The first step in addressing an extractor fan fitting and replacement issue is to identify the source of the problem. Depending on the type of extractor fan and the nature of the issue, this may involve inspecting the fan, checking the fan’s power supply, and confirming that the fan is not blocked or covered in any way. 

Once the source of the issue has been identified, the appropriate steps can be taken to repair or replace the fan, or to resolve any other underlying issues. 

You can contact us whenever you need to look up for extractor fan fitters near me. We can assist you in handling your extractor issues without any hassle!

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Yes, an electrician would be required to fit an extractor fan, as it requires electrical wiring. An electrician will be able to assess the current wiring in the area where you plan to install the fan, and make the necessary connections to power the fan.

An extractor fan should be installed in the ceiling, near the shower and/or bath. The fan should be installed as close as possible to the source of the moisture, as this will ensure that it is most effective in removing the steam from the bathroom.

No, extractor fans typically use very little electricity. Most models use between 10 and 50 watts of power, depending on their size and speed.

It depends on the type of extractor fan you are installing. Some basic models are relatively easy to install, while more complex models may require some electrical or plumbing work and should be installed by a qualified professional.

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