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Can I do something to prevent outside cool air being drawn into the house when I turn on the exhaust fan in the bathroom?

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 07, 2012 01:00 AM
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In winter if I turn on an exhaust fan in the bathroom, the outside cool air will be drawn into the house (reverse effect in summer) lowering the efficiency of the AC, is this normal? Or can I do something to prevent this?




 

 

In winter if I turn on an exhaust fan in the bathroom, the outside cool air will be drawn into the house (reverse effect in summer) lowering the efficiency of the AC, is this normal? Or can I do something to prevent this?

Yes, any time you operate a bathroom exhaust vent fan you are removing stale (conditioned) air from inside and replacing it with outdoor air.

  • The purpose of the bathroom exhaust fan...



 

 

 
 
 
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