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Today only. Home Depot has the NuTone Ultra Silent 80 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Bath Fan for $65 with free shipping. Features galvanized steel housing and is good for bathrooms up to 70 sq. ft.

  • NuTone Ultra Silent 130 CFM Ceiling Exhaust Fan w/ Light and Nightlight for $99 shipped
  • Retail: $97

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      Teabagger Ben's cred: 20
      Posted 8:05 am PST 11/12/13

      Looking for an "industrial strength model"- something rated for a bus station bathroom.

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      kel789 Ben's cred: 39
      Posted 11:09 am PST 11/12/13

      same here i am looking for a strong fan so i can mod it and use it for the bathroom window.

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      me2 Ben's cred: 96
      Posted 11:32 am PST 11/12/13

      The 130cfm model is the minimum for a 10x12 bathroom. You can always put in a higher rated fan, but it will increase noise and will be very drafty in the shower.

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      goldenboyfx Ben's cred: 164
      Posted 3:52 pm PST 11/12/13

      You guys go ahead for the quiet model I need the one that makes the most noise.

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      Technician Ben's cred: 48
      Posted 6:46 pm PST 11/12/13

      Cripes. My entire air handler maxes out under 2000 CFM. What are you people eating?

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      kreation Ben's cred: 44
      Posted 7:16 pm PST 11/12/13

      This will be okay for my toilet room.
      Quiet is first priority since the room is located close to kitchen and dinning room.

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      dave_c Ben's cred: 3422
      Posted 10:15 pm PST 11/12/13

      Fairly restrictive grill on this one, you'll get higher CFM if you take out a few of the crossmembers.

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      Petejc Ben's cred: 93
      Posted 8:17 am PST 11/13/13

      These things really need a source of air. Close the bathroom door and the effeciency falls way off.

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