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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BATH FITTER provides more than just bathtub liners and bath surrounds. With more than 25 years of experience, we tailor each a...Read more
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I originally called BathFitter to fix a problem pertaining to water under the bathtub liner. The cause of the water was determined to be improper caulking around the tub-to-wall joint. A plumber was called to replace the caulk, and...
They are very professional in service. Did job In time window that I needed. Bathtub looks in good installation condition also ready to use after 35 hours. they are hard worker. I'm very satisfied with the work done.
Initial install resulted in leak behind wall, creaky tub, and damaged stairs. Tub was replaced and caulking now cracking with black mold coming out of one area. I have called 3 times with no response about caulking and...