extractor fan


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extractor fan

, extraction fan
a fan used in kitchens, bathrooms, workshops, etc., to remove stale air or fumes
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Extractor fans fitted in the bathrooms of homes could also cause a problem, added Brig Showaiter.
Beverley Akciecek, 49, was ordered to tear down an extractor fan after a neighbour told council bosses his Muslim friends refused to visit his home because of the "foul odour".
Mr Haji Asghar, vice chairman of the mosque, which has been in Birchills Street for 15 years, said the pub had broken its promise to move the extractor fan on to the roof.
The en-suite leads from the main bedroom and includes a fully tiled shower cubicle, handbasin, WC, a central heating towel rail, an extractor fan and modern tiling to all walls.
DIY expert Donny Sheridan answers your problems QWE have no bathroom extractor fan and have terrible condensation in our house.
Then install an extractor fan in the hole and replace the plasterboard sheet.
The fire was reported in an extractor fan and led to the partial collapse of a building.
London, Oct 22 (ANI): A cafe owner in Britain has been ordered to tear down an extractor fan because the smell of her frying bacon "offends" Muslims.
The blaze at Contract Chemicals, on Knowsley Business Park, Prescot, was caused by a faulty extractor fan.
Living accommodation includes a newly-fitted kitchen with cooker, hob and extractor fan with white goods, lounge, modern tiled bathroom with shower over bath and two double bedrooms.
Further useful space is added by the adjacent utility room, with further cupboards and worktops and there is also a wet room with a Triton shower, handbasin, WC, heated towel rail, an extractor fan and modern complementary tiling.
We have no extractor fan in our bathroom and have terrible problems with condensation in our house.