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Straight forward pricing • 100% satisfaction guarantee • No extra charges for after-hour service

Service overview

  • Free in-home estimate

  • 1-year warranty

  • Installation price: Starting at $299

  • Average time to complete: 1.5 to 4 hours

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Cost to install a bathroom fan in Atlanta

  • Low: $299

  • Average: $394

  • High: $479

 

What impacts cost?

  • The type of fan you choose: A standard exhaust fan will be cheaper than a combination fan and heater.

  • The size of your bathroom: Bigger bathrooms will need more powerful fans to distribute air throughout the space. The more powerful the fan, the more expensive it will be.
  • Electrical or duct work adjustments: If the electrician needs to modify or adjust your wiring or exhaust ductwork, the total cost of the installation will increase.

How your bathroom fan installation works

1) Schedule service

Contact us online or call us at 770.594.9969 to schedule the installation. We'll call you to confirm your time and send you a confirmation email with a picture of your electrician, so you know who's coming to your house.

2) Get upfront pricing

Our electrician will share different bathroom fan options and give you honest pricing for each.

3) Get your bathroom fan installed

Once you decide on a bathroom fan and agree to a price, we'll start the installation. When we're through, we'll clean up any mess we make and leave your bathroom spotless before we leave.

4) Tell us how we did

After our electrician finishes installing your bathroom fan, we'll send you a quick survey where you can let us know how we did. If you're not 100% satisfied with our service, let us know and we'll make it right.

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Signs you need a new bathroom fan

  1. You hear odd sounds when the fan is running: Clanking or mechanical screeching noises indicate you may need a new fan.

  2. The fan is slow to power on: If you notice that the fan is struggling to turn on, it may need to be replaced.

  3. Your bathroom is more humid than normal: Is your bathroom steamy and foggy, even while your fan is running? If so, your fan may be starting to wear out, which means you should consider replacing it.

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