Having trouble determining which fan model will work best for your room?
We've created a simple guide to help you select a fan powerful enough to properly vent your room. To begin, select the image that best describes your room.
CFM (cubic feet per minute): is a measurement of the velocity at which air flows into or out of a space. The larger your room, the higher CFM needed. Experts recommend at least 1 CFM per square foot of room.
Sone: a unit of subjective loudness. Doubling the perceived loudness doubles the sone value. The lower the sone, the quieter the fan. Most ReVent fans are under 1 sone!
Commonly referred to as a powder room, half bathrooms consist of a toilet and a sink. This bathroom is a low humidity area where the ventilation fan is primarily used to exhaust odor.
Three Quarter Bath
A three-quarter bathroom is a small to medium sized bathroom commonly housing a vanity, toilet, and either a shower or a bath tub. This bathroom is normally found off a main living area in your home and is often referred to as a guest or common bathroom. This room sees higher levels of humidity and therefore will need a larger CFM model.
We would recommend Humidity Protection for commonly used rooms. Learn more about Humidity Protection here.
This is a medium to large sized bathroom with a toilet, sink, shower and bath tub. This high traffic bathroom is often used by family and guests and accumulates high levels of moisture and humidity.
Select a Humidity Protection fan in this bathroom to control your fan when your friends and family forget to. Learn more about Humidity Protection here.
This is the largest bathroom in your home, typically containing a double vanity, shower, bathtub, and toilet. This room is your relaxation destination and can often be a highly humid climate. To control the high volume of air within this space, a larger CFM fan is needed.
Unknown to most, the laundry room can create ideal conditions for mold to grow, as the dryer often generates large amounts of heat and moisture. Installing an exhaust fan in the laundry room is an effective tool for eliminating moisture.
Unhealthy fumes from vehicles, moisture build up from rain or snow, and deadly carbon monoxide are all hazardous elements that can be found in the average garage. Having a ventilation fan in the garage can help remove the chemicals that could potentially be entering your home. A larger CFM model should be used for most garages.