Install Bathroom Exhaust Fans Attic

How To : Install bathroom exhaust fans in the attic

Bathroom exhaust fans don't have to be in the bathroom ceiling. You can have a bathroom fan that works like a central vacuum system, where the motor is hidden up in your attic so that it's whisper quiet. Tim Carter of Ask the Builder walks you through the basics of those new b ...more

How To : Install your own home exaust fan

Toologics editor Jude Herr hosts this kitchen remodel series! Jude and her Father, from American Builders, outline the project. First, see the tools. Second, build the attic frame. Third, hook it up! Lastly, install the exhaust conduit. That's it! Part 1 of 4 - How to Install ...more

How To : Install a ridge vent

Roof ventilation principles are very straightforward -- a cool attic is a happy attic! You need to create a flow of air that enters the overhang of your roof through soffit vents, then flows straight up through the rafters and out through a ridge vent. To help facilitate airfl ...more

How To : Remodel your bathroom in 7 steps

Redoing your bathroom is usually a job for the experts. In this seven part video series, you will learn create a turn a drab bathroom into an oasis. Watch and learn how to build a shower, fit a shower tray, equip for waste & drainage, upgrade your existing shower screen, insta ...more

How To : Clean green

Learn how to clean green. Forget the industrial cleaners and acids: a few household basics are all you need to breathe fresh air into your home. You Will Need * Windows that open * Natural fiber sponges * Cotton cleaning cloths or rags * White vinegar * Baking soda * Lemons ...more

How To : Install an attic soffit vent

Distorted and curled up shingles are often a sign of insufficient or complete lack of attic ventilation. Attic ventilation is crucial in keeping your home’s roof sound and your interior comfortable. Installing soffit vents will increase the airflow under your roof. This will e ...more

How To : Install an attic fan

No matter how hot it gets in your home this summer, you can bet that it’s even hotter in your attic. All that heat in your attic gets transferred to the ceiling below, which will in turn heat the interior of your house. One way to solve this problem is to cool your attic with ...more

How To : Have an allergy-free home

If you or anyone in your family suffers from allergies, there are some simple ways to make your home more hospitable. Step 1: Lower the pollen count Use high-efficiency particulate air, or HEPA, filters to capture airborne particles such as pollen. Use one filter in your bedr ...more

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