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PostPosted: Thu Mar 08, 2018 2:01 pm 
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Hi guys,

I need to install a bathroom extractor; but there's no easy way for me to vent to the outside (thick walls/tiny soffits). Alternative would be to have a roof vent fitted, but I imagine this would be an expensive job.

I've seen a few references to ducting to a lapvent and venting out under the roof tiles? I'm a complete novice so no experience with these at all.

I'm referring to these:
http://www.lapvent.co.uk/mechanical_extraction.html
https://www.amazon.co.uk/extractor-bath ... B00JH0MFVQ

Anyone used them? Rate them?


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Hi Jonski

I fitted one for a bathroom extractor and it works as advertised. The included flexible ducting was a bit flimsy so I replaced it with some insulated stuff but otherwise just fitted it straight out of the box. I'm an average DIYer and it wasn't difficult - just make sure there is enough space for it between your rafters.

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If you wanted to install an affordable set of vents we have a solution available.

Our natural VENT fits in between the overlapping roof felt, providing an easy passage for fresh air to flood into your room.

This will prevent condensation/damp issues in future.

We would be happy to offer you a quote if this is still a recurring issue, or if you know anybody in a similar position.

Anybody else who is experiencing this sort of problem should also contact us at Removed. Mod 2 or by replying to this thread.

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Hi guys,

I need to install a bathroom extractor; but there's no easy way for me to vent to the outside (thick walls/tiny soffits). Alternative would be to have a roof vent fitted, but I imagine this would be an expensive job.

I've seen a few references to ducting to a lapvent and venting out under the roof tiles? I'm a complete novice so no experience with these at all.

I'm referring to these:
http://www.lapvent.co.uk/mechanical_extraction.html
https://www.amazon.co.uk/extractor-bath ... B00JH0MFVQ

Anyone used them? Rate them?


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