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Discuss Desperately seeking advise about bathroom ventilation! in the Plumbing Forum area at UKPlumbersForums.co.uk.

  1. claire44

    claire44 Guest

    :confused:Hi I desperately need some advice; I have a basement flat with a bathroom with no window. I've recently discovered that the extractor fan is only vented to behind a plaster boardbpartition i.e. not to outside! I think it's going to be very difficult to vent to outside as it's approx 8 metres to the nearest outside wall. Is there any type of product on the market that will extract without the requirement for an actual outside wall? or failing that, I know it's difficult without seeing the work involved, but could anyone give me a ball park as to what this may cost? Thanks for your help. Regards. Claire
     
  2. REDSAW

    REDSAW Well-Known Member

    you could consider a condensing unit, not dissimular in function to a condensing tumble dryer?/.