Bathroom exhaust fans need to vent to the outside, as moisture levels could affect other areas of the house. Experts recommend leaving the fan on in the bathroom after a shower for at least 20 minutes to effectively reduce moisture and condensation levels at home.
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Recently Reviewed Coquitlam Bath Exhaust Fan
Outstanding service within 24 hours comparing to 1 week appointment from other service providers. The Technician was very efficient and knowledgeable. Identified two safety hazards were not included in my initial request and was able to rectify. Thanks
I hired Brent and he was quick to respond and helped with my baseboards and new fire detectors.
I find them reliable, honest and helped with my small job.
BPM did excellent work to our home. We have had our 60amp box upgraded to 200amps, which is split and now serves our garage as well as the house. We previously had no electricity in the garage. Installation was very...