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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It also has an airing cupboard and an extractor fan.
In a recent case, it was decided that an extractor fan which projected by 750mm, and with a base at 4.5m above ground level, could constitute a trespass, despite the fact that it did not interfere with activity within the neighbour's garden.
The bathroom has a mixer shower over its panel bath, a chrome heated towel rail, shaver point, extractor fan and halogen downlighters..
The first floor comprises four bedrooms - three of which boast built-in wardrobes or cupboards, and the master bedroom boasting an en-suite shower room - as well as a luxury family bathroom with a white suite, which includes a panelled bath with telephone shower attachment, a low flush WC, a pedestal wash basin and separate tiled shower cubicle, combined heated towel rail/radiator, extractor fan, recessed ceiling spotlights and oak floor.
There are three bedrooms, the master having an en-suite shower room with toilet, wash basin, double shower cubicle, towel warmer, shaver point and extractor fan.
The homeowner, who was asleep upstairs with her husband at the time of the burglary and has asked to remain anonymous, said: "There is a gap of about 30 inches between the extractor fan and the other window.
There's also tiling to splash prone areas and extractor fan.
The family bathroom is fully tiled and has a toilet, wash basin, bath, extractor fan and shaver point.
It has been closed for three weeks so that an extractor fan could be replaced.
It also has a heated towel rail and an extractor fan.
A NEW extractor fan is being fitted at a Black Country swimming baths after children fell ill at a pool party.
The kitchen has a gas hob, electric oven, extractor fan, space for a fridge freezer, plumbing for a washing machine, part wall tiling and a double glazed window to the front elevation.