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New bathroom venting in basement bathroom.

We are finishing our basement and we are doing the bathroom. We have a window in the space and we are trying to figure out the venting problem.

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Install a window mounted exhaust fan if you can discharge to the outside of the house surrounding atmosphere.But undercut the door of the batroom to allow air coming in into the room.Alternatively firt a door grill 600 x 150 mm size which is more expensive.THe size of the fan should be 50 to 100 l/s of air flow.

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