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    Extractor Fans
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    • 17th Nov 06, 10:56 AM
    Extractor Fans 17th Nov 06 at 10:56 AM
    Hi fellow MSErs,

    First time in this forum. Our kitchen and bathroom don't have extractor fans. We do a lot of cooking and use our bathroom regularly and we now noticed damp building up. Advise needed.

    Am I right in saying that we need to install an extractor fan on each room? Will it be handy man or electrician? How much are looking at labour charges? Sorry if it's a very stupid question not really a diy fanatic.

    Any advise much appreciated.
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