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Professional Electrical & Controls helps to install kitchen range hood fans and exhaust fans in your house and commercial buildings. Our service is available in Edmonton and all surrounding cities. Our service area.
Range hood fans take out the heat and smoke from right above the stove through an internal fan and filter. You might need to install stove and range hood fan together or you might be needing to install range hood fan only. In both cases, our service is available as per your time and convenience.
Although choosing the right range hood fan and fitting it is not too large of a project, but if done wrong it might waste your time and money. There are certain technical specs; for example; what is the cfm rating of the fan you should pick? Also at the time when we need to fit the fan, we need to make some right measurements, cut the vents and then reseal as required. Drywall cutting, drilling, concrete cutting, resealing, connecting wires and other small but important steps are required to do the job right.
Important note: A vent of an exhaust should never be installed terminating in an attic as it discharges moisture and heat and both these conditions create the environment for molds. This will affect the air quality and habitability of the house in long run and is not permitted.
Exhaust fans remove heat, odor and moisture from the bathrooms.
There are many types of exhaust fans available for the bathrooms. Again it is not hard to pick up the right exhaust fan for your bathroom but fitting it can be complicated sometimes, specially if it requires cutting through the roof shingles. It will involve some precision drilling and cutting, sealing, connecting and other finishing operations.
If done wrong, it has to be done all the way again leaving the chances for small and big errors such as roof leak etc.
Give us a call at 780-476-1413 and we will help you to do it right! The first time!
Important note: Same as range hood fans, a vent of an exhaust should never be installed terminating in an attic or inside the drywall structure. It discharges moisture and heat and both these conditions create the environment for molds. This will affect the air quality and habitability of the house in long run and is not permitted.