When you are deciding whether or not you want an exhaust fan in your bathroom, there are two main aspects you should consider. The effect that moisture has on your bathroom and the effect hygiene has on your health.
After a hot shower the air becomes moist, and although some of the moisture in the air will fade over time, a lot of it will stick and build up on your walls and floor. Moist bathrooms are uncomfortable to be in (especially during summer), and the floors can be slippery and prone to accidents. The water vapour over time makes it difficult for you to be able to see the mirror, and can be difficult to clean.
Filth in air
Infrequent circulation can cause the air to become stale. It’s common knowledge that when you breathe, your red blood cells transfer oxygen to other cells in your body. Simply put, breathing old or stale air is essentially compromising your body of basic functionality, and makes it an easy target for illnesses and diseases.
Stale air is not only hazardous to human health, but allows bacteria to build up and form dirty corners in your bathroom. If you choose to not have bathroom ventilation then you will have to manually clean the floor and walls each time you have used your bathroom. Even then, that would only be half the work. You would need to invent new ways to circulate the air.
When you decide to get a fan, you will notice they are available in several designs for the purpose of matching various bathroom styles. This way, it is unlikely that you won’t be able to find an exhaust fan that will match your bathroom.
We won’t tell you which brands to pick, but understand that when it comes to selecting an appliance for your home, you get what you pay for.