If you’re thinking of installing an extractor fan, there’s a few things to bear in mind. You’ll need to pick a fan based on its movement rating, noise and switching capabilities, and choose an installation area. And since an extractor fan is powered by electricity, it’s essential to get a Part P qualified electrician to do the work.
Your electrician will first check if the installation area is appropriate and then switch off the energy supply. They’ll fit the new extractor fan and secure the wiring. When everything is complete, they’ll turn the electricity back on and test the fan to make sure it’s working.
A Part P qualified electrician is certified to do work in and around your home and follow rigorous health and safety regulations. We have hundreds of these skilled professionals on our platform and can match you with a Local Hero in minutes. All you have to do is tell us where you are.
We vet every one of our electricians, making sure they have the right qualifications, tools and experience to install your extractor fan safely and to the highest industry standards. We also ask our customers for honest feedback after every job and guarantee the work for 12 months. So you know you – and your newly installed extractor fan – are in good hands.
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