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BROAN offers the widest variety of ventilation fans in the industry. For the latest high-performance, ENERGY STAR® qualified solution to today’s green building requirements, or ultra quiet operation for a comfortable environment, BROAN offers stylish options to fit any situation from a retrofit to a new build out. As the leader in residential ventilation, we will confidently meet your needs.
The leader in home ventilation, BROAN offers the broadest line of kitchen ventilation products in North America, providing choices, style, value and a name you can trust.
As the industry's leader in providing Fresh Air Systems for residential construction, BROAN sets the bar in standards of innovation and excellence. We are continually seeking ways to provide the best quality, technology, style and care to our customers.
Air in your attic can reach 150°F during the summer, warming your home, increasing the load on your air conditioner, and adding to your energy bill. In winter, ice dams can result from poor ventilation, and moist air in the home can condense on attic surfaces causing mildew, rotting wood and wet insulation. BROAN has the solution!
It’s quite simple. You may use some rooms only briefly, such as the bathroom, as you get ready for work in the morning. Heating the entire home for this purpose is pointless. Instead, opt for spot heating, which will effectively heat the area you need – when you need it.
No one really talks about the waste can under the kitchen sink. It’s a necessary evil, or so they say. But that all changes with a BROAN Elite Trash Compactor. BROAN has been designing and producing these convenience appliances for nearly 40 years, refining the product while defining the category. And the result? A line of products that is the perfect complement to today’s high-style appliances, and environmentally-conscious homeowners.
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