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Bathroom and Kitchen fans in basement

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Sep 11, 2013
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Vaughan

Bathroom and Kitchen fans in basement

Hi guys,
Im installing fans in my basement project. I have someone coming to core out the holes tommorow.

Most ducts for bathroom fans are 4 inches

I want a ceiling fan option in my Kitchen because its a small area that we dont intend to use much. Should I just use another 4 inch hole down there too and get a higher CFM fan?
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Dec 4, 2009
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If you mean a bathroom style fan in the kitchen, I'd think that they're not designed to capture grease, which is what will happen if it's running near where you cook. Is a hood fan out of the question? I'd say in most cases they're even easier to install.
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I'd go 6 inches for a range hood. It's easy to adapt a small 4" range hood duct to a 6" outlet. But if you put a decent range hood in there, you can't be connecting a 6" hood to a 4" duct without real problems.

You should do some research of your own - this information is all out there on Google.

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