Hartford, Wis.—The key to mold control is moisture control. But simply placing an exhaust fan in a unit does not guarantee that a resident will use it. A new humidity sensing fan/light from Broan-NuTone takes the guess work out of moisture control and gives owners and property managers the peace of mind that their investment is safe from costly mold repairs.
The best part about the Energy Star qualified unit is that it looks like a simple recessed light. But inside there is a quiet, concealed fan with a humidity sensor that automatically turns on when moisture is detected. The fan automatically turns off once the humidity level drops, which helps cuts down on energy costs. According to Broan-NuTone, the unit cost roughly $1 a year to operate.
“Great for use anywhere in the home where excess moisture may be a concern, this new recessed fan/light is the most effective and inconspicuous way to control excess humidity and moisture, even in the most frequently used bathrooms,” says Patrick Nielsen, marketing manager, ventilation fans, Broan-NuTone.
For more information on this product, or to view its brochure, visit Broan’s website.