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Venting bathroom with no external wall/loft access (Read 231 times)
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Re: Venting bathroom with no external wall/loft access
Reply #3 - Apr 8th, 2018, 10:00pm
 
How did it ever get Planning approval?.

Do you have false ceilings you can run a duct through to external or maybe an unused chimney stack
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Re: Venting bathroom with no external wall/loft access
Reply #2 - Apr 8th, 2018, 9:56pm
 
Rented? Purchased ?  If the latter then was it surveyed as that en-suite is against building regs and should have been picked up by a surveyor.
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Re: Venting bathroom with no external wall/loft access
Reply #1 - Apr 8th, 2018, 8:32am
 
Is it possible to run a duct through an adjacent room to the outside? You can get very thin rigid ducting that would be relatively unobtrusive. I don't think it would be safe/ practical to use a dehumidifier.
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Venting bathroom with no external wall/loft access
Apr 7th, 2018, 12:51pm
 
Hi there, I have a ensuite shower room which has no access to an external wall or loft (it is a ground floor flat). The ceiling is also made out of concrete. I was wondering what the best way is for venting the shower room? For example, a de-humidifier?

Any help will be much appreciated!  Smiley
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