We’ve all been there. You turn on the exhaust fan in the bathroom and hear it rattle to life. If you’re lucky, eventually, the rattling will turn into a loud hum and do its job. If luck eludes you, the rattling will get louder as the motor gets up to speed. Often the shower will be loud enough to mask the fan’s cries of mercy. Otherwise, your time on the throne is bombarded with the bellowing of yet another construction grade piece of junk. In this video, I’ll be replacing a combination exhaust fan and light with the ceiling joists exposed. There was no attic or crawl space access to the top of the fan otherwise and I was going to reframe/rebuild the ceiling anyway. If you have access and only want to change the fan/light, wear a mask and get ready to sweat. Good luck.
Products featured in this video: