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Bath Ventilation Fans Bath Fans Grills Kits Motors Parts & Accessories Shop The Brands You Trust Hampton Bay Hunter NuTone Broan Air King Related Categories Wall Switches Dimmers Toilets Bath Tubs, Showers & Whirlpools AIR QUALITY FOR ANY ROOM Eliminate humidity, smoke, mold & mildew, dust allergens and chemicals Shop All Bath Fans Shop by Room Size Bath fans come in various sizes for efficiency. Each bath fan will indicate the maximum square footage it can ventilate. Small Room For ventilating modest sized rooms like a closet or bath. Medium Room A must for bigger spaces like a nursery or game room. Large Room Perfect for a home theater or gym/recreation room. Shop by Style & Feature Fan designs have evolved, and are now available with features such as a decorative light, heater, humidity sensors & more. Decorative Fanwith Light Fan with Heater Humidity Sensing Shop by Mount Type Installed one of three ways, bath fans can be installed as a ceiling mount - the most common, a wall mount or the versatile ceiling/wall mount. Ceiling Mount Ceiling or Wall Mount Wall Mount How-To: Bath Fans What to Look for in a Bath Fan When installing or replacing a bath fan, consider features like size, sound level, heater, night light, timer and bath fan style. View All Buying Guides Project Guides We'll guide you through any bath fan project you undertake, from finding the right size bath fan to selecting the best features and installing it right the first time. Installing a Bath Fan Selecting & Replacing a Bath Fan What Sones Tell You About Fan Noise Level The amount of noise a fan makes is an important consideration in choosing your fan. Be sure to check the sone rating. The lower the sone rating, the quieter the fan will be. A quiet bathroom fan will be rated at about 1.5 sones or less, which is about the sound of a quiet refrigerator. Browse Our Departments Air Filters Air Purifiers Bath Accessories & Hardware Bath Faucets Bath Safety & Hardware Bath Vanities Ducts Heating , Venting & Cooling Registers & Grills Thermostats Install Bath Ventilation Fans & Accessories It's important to keep stale and humid air out of the most essential rooms in our homes. That's why The Home Depot carries a variety of bathroom exhaust fans to fit all of your needs. When shopping for a ventilation fan you should consider the room size, sound level and light options. You can also shop for fans with features such as heaters, timers and specific decor styles. To get started consider the size of the space you need ventilated. Once you know that you need a ventilation fan that will cover a small, medium or large range of square feet, you should determine the sound level, fan style and features you'd like to have. Remember that larger spaces will need more powerful ventilation to help filter out humid air, mold, mildew, dust, odors and chemicals from the room. Whether you prefer a decorative fan, a bath fan with a heater or one with motion and humidity sensing technology, we have the selection to ensure you find the ventilation fan you’re looking for. With our bath fan installation guides and HVAC installation services you can be sure that your fan is installed properly the first time. These days bathroom fans can be effective in multiple rooms, so talk to our associates if you have any questions about installing a fan in your laundry room, nursery or home gym to prevent high humidity and mold and ensure your rooms are well-ventilated.


AIR QUALITY FOR ANY ROOM Eliminate humidity, smoke, mold & mildew, dust allergens and chemicals Shop All Bath Fans Shop by Room Size Bath fans come in various sizes for efficiency. Each bath fan will indicate the maximum square footage it can ventilate. Small Room For ventilating modest sized rooms like a closet or bath. Medium Room A must for bigger spaces like a nursery or game room. Large Room Perfect for a home theater or gym/recreation room. Shop by Style & Feature Fan designs have evolved, and are now available with features such as a decorative light, heater, humidity sensors & more. Decorative Fanwith Light Fan with Heater Humidity Sensing Shop by Mount Type Installed one of three ways, bath fans can be installed as a ceiling mount - the most common, a wall mount or the versatile ceiling/wall mount. Ceiling Mount Ceiling or Wall Mount Wall Mount How-To: Bath Fans What to Look for in a Bath Fan When installing or replacing a bath fan, consider features like size, sound level, heater, night light, timer and bath fan style. View All Buying Guides Project Guides We'll guide you through any bath fan project you undertake, from finding the right size bath fan to selecting the best features and installing it right the first time. Installing a Bath Fan Selecting & Replacing a Bath Fan What Sones Tell You About Fan Noise Level The amount of noise a fan makes is an important consideration in choosing your fan. Be sure to check the sone rating. The lower the sone rating, the quieter the fan will be. A quiet bathroom fan will be rated at about 1.5 sones or less, which is about the sound of a quiet refrigerator. Browse Our Departments Air Filters Air Purifiers Bath Accessories & Hardware Bath Faucets Bath Safety & Hardware Bath Vanities Ducts Heating , Venting & Cooling Registers & Grills Thermostats Install Bath Ventilation Fans & Accessories It's important to keep stale and humid air out of the most essential rooms in our homes. That's why The Home Depot carries a variety of bathroom exhaust fans to fit all of your needs. When shopping for a ventilation fan you should consider the room size, sound level and light options. You can also shop for fans with features such as heaters, timers and specific decor styles. To get started consider the size of the space you need ventilated. Once you know that you need a ventilation fan that will cover a small, medium or large range of square feet, you should determine the sound level, fan style and features you'd like to have. Remember that larger spaces will need more powerful ventilation to help filter out humid air, mold, mildew, dust, odors and chemicals from the room. Whether you prefer a decorative fan, a bath fan with a heater or one with motion and humidity sensing technology, we have the selection to ensure you find the ventilation fan you’re looking for. With our bath fan installation guides and HVAC installation services you can be sure that your fan is installed properly the first time. These days bathroom fans can be effective in multiple rooms, so talk to our associates if you have any questions about installing a fan in your laundry room, nursery or home gym to prevent high humidity and mold and ensure your rooms are well-ventilated.


Install Bath Ventilation Fans & Accessories It's important to keep stale and humid air out of the most essential rooms in our homes. That's why The Home Depot carries a variety of bathroom exhaust fans to fit all of your needs. When shopping for a ventilation fan you should consider the room size, sound level and light options. You can also shop for fans with features such as heaters, timers and specific decor styles. To get started consider the size of the space you need ventilated. Once you know that you need a ventilation fan that will cover a small, medium or large range of square feet, you should determine the sound level, fan style and features you'd like to have. Remember that larger spaces will need more powerful ventilation to help filter out humid air, mold, mildew, dust, odors and chemicals from the room. Whether you prefer a decorative fan, a bath fan with a heater or one with motion and humidity sensing technology, we have the selection to ensure you find the ventilation fan you’re looking for. With our bath fan installation guides and HVAC installation services you can be sure that your fan is installed properly the first time. These days bathroom fans can be effective in multiple rooms, so talk to our associates if you have any questions about installing a fan in your laundry room, nursery or home gym to prevent high humidity and mold and ensure your rooms are well-ventilated.


One of the many things I have had to learn at Home Depot involved translating fan noise ratings into something I was familiar with.  Until I started selling bath fans, I was only familiar with sound measured in decibels, (dB).  30dB equates to a nice quiet room or the noise level of a modern refrigerator in an otherwise quiet kitchen.  Normal conversation without shouting is roughly 50dB.  Heavy truck traffic going by or many lawn mowers can put out 90dB.  Using a chain saw running wide open can scream at 110dB, as can using a jackhammer.  Sound pressure levels in dB can be easily measured using calibrated microphones.   What are Sones?     Bath fans are not rated in db, but in sones. Just like dB, a sone is a measure of sound level.  There is a mathematical relationship between sones and dB, which not only takes into account the sound pressure level, but the sound frequency as well.  In addition, much like you can measure temperature in degrees Fahrenheit, Celsius or Kelvin, the scale for sones is different.  The idea here is to use a scale that more accurately identifies how loud a sound is perceived, and provides simple comparisons to other sound levels.   For a bath fan, the sone scale starts at zero, and goes up to about 6.  Zero represents the threshold of audibility.  The quietest fans available will be rated around 0.3.  A sone value of 1 will be a quiet fan that, while you can hear it, is more like background noise.  Think in terms of that kitchen refrigerator.  As the sone scale increases, each whole number increase doubles the perceived noise level.  A fan with a rating of 2 sones will sound twice as loud as a 1 sone fan.  A 4 sone fan will sound 4 times as loud as a one sone fan.  There are fans, typically bought for economy purposes and installed in apartments and motels that are rated 5.5 to 6 sones.  These fans are loud.    Cubic Feet Minute (CFM)   So besides loudness, the other important rating for bath fans will be how much air they can move.  This is rated in cubic feet per minute, (cfm).  A basic rule of thumb is to get a fan that can move 1 cfm for every square feet of bathroom floor.  This is a minimum, and in humid climates you will want to go somewhat higher in airflow.  To move more air, a fan can either be speeded up, making it noisier, or made larger which costs more.  Those are the prime trade-offs involved.   Chris