Modern Light Fixtures – Many home bathrooms come with an air extractor to remove moisture from the formation of vapors. In addition to an air extractor, a bathroom can have a heating fan or a unit that combines a heater fan and a ceiling lamp. If your bathroom is cold or drafts, you can benefit from replacing an existing air exhaust fan with a bathroom heater that includes a ceiling light.
Remove the flexible air duct from the exhaust fan. You may need to use a screwdriver to loosen the screws if a clamp was used. Remove the screws that were used to attach the exhaust fan to the ceiling beams and then remove the unit. Go back down to the bathroom and install the new heating fan. Place the unit in the hole in the ceiling and fix it to the ceiling beam. Use a screwdriver or power drill to fasten the bolts to the beam of modern light fixtures.
Make sure that the heating fan fits into the existing hole that was used by the fan. Use exhaust cable covers to place through electrical wires that were connected together. An additional switch may be required depending on the type and model of the heating fan. Newer heating ducts with ceiling lights may be larger than your existing air exhaust fan, which may require you to make the ceiling whole bigger. Always turn off the electricity before working with the electrical wiring for the modern light fixtures.