If you’ve ever stepped into a room and felt like the air was stuffy, poor ventilation is a symptom. Exhaust fans are one of the most efficient ways to meet your garage ventilation needs. Experts build exhaust fans into the garage wall, with an air intake outside. The exhaust fan draws fresh air from outside and pumps it into your garage, significantly improving air quality and keeping your garage cool. Here’s how to properly ventilate your garage using exhaust fans.
Invest in the appropriate product.
There are numerous solutions on the market. Make certain you purchase a high-quality product with all of the latest features. Aside from inspecting all of the features, look at the guarantee or warranty label supplied by commercial garage exhaust fan makers. A well-known business would undoubtedly provide a minimum six-month warranty on its items.
Choose the right position.
One of the things you’ll need to know if you’re building or renovating a garage is where to place the ventilation fans. The solution depends on whether the garage is above or below ground, the garage’s purpose, and where the fans can physically go. Correctly setting the commercial garage exhaust fan is critical for an efficient installation. Consider the following factors while deciding on the specifics of your fan installation plan:
Garages with a single unit in a row
Garages in a Stand-Alone Building
Ceiling fans are frequently the only viable option. However, because of the lack of cross-ventilation in this architectural context, you may require more than one.
Wall-mounted garage exhaust fans are the go-to solution for garages in a standalone building. These are effective since these garages have a lot of wall space. They are also simple to obtain.
Exhaust fans on the wall or ceiling and directly opposite the main garage door provide the best performance.
To ensure effectiveness and maximum utilization, a professional should perform the installation. The specialist installing the fan should cut the wall openings or vents to fit the fan’s exact size and shape. Most people prefer to have their exhaust fans mounted on the walls or installed in a gap or hole. Make careful you make the gap in the wall exactly proportional to the size of the fan. If the gap or hole is larger than the product, it will be difficult to repair the fan’s blower. As a result, it is critical to evaluate or measure the fan size before installing the vent in the wall.
Garages should be well ventilated to allow any chemicals and fumes produced by your vehicle to escape. Furthermore, your garage accumulates heat during the summer, making it uncomfortable if not ventilated. Your garage can only be as cool as the outside temperature. Putting in ceiling or sidewall exhaust fans, on the other hand, will help maintain the temperature within reasonable limits.