Ventilation in bathrooms is critical to controlling moisture and humidity. Almost without exception, however, most “builder grade” bath fans installed in homes don’t living up to the airflow requirements specified in the building code. These bath fans are also often noisy, and have leaky ductwork, back-draft, and condensation issues due to poor installation. All things considered, many bath fans end up causing more problems than they solve. That’s where St. Croix Energy Solutions comes in.

Top-Quality Ventilation Fans

At St. Croix Energy Solutions, we install ENERGY STAR qualified, whisper-quiet Panasonic and Fantech ventilation fans. We insist on insulated, oversized ductwork and durable exterior terminations, so the humid air can easily ventilate to the outdoors. Our team also installs “smart control” switches that have options to automatically cycle the fan for whole-home ventilation and humidity control. The longevity, durability, and efficiency of these fans makes them an excellent choice for homeowners.

Bathroom Fan Retrofits

Have a heat-lamp, heater fan, or decorative fan housing unit that you’d like to keep? No problem! Our expert technicians can retrofit fan systems into existing fan housings. We’re happy to accommodate so you can keep the elements and design details you like while still improving the exhaust fan itself, and keeping the mirror clear and mold and mildew at bay.

 

Quality Assurance with Post-Testing

We diligently post-test every fan installation to ensure that it not only meets but exceeds standard code requirements. Our team is committed to excellent service and diligent installations, and our tests ensure that your bathroom ventilation fan will operate at peak performance.

Contact us today to learn more about a bathroom ventilation fan for your Western Wisconsin or Minnesota home!

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Testimonials

Deb F., Hudson, WI

St Croix Energy Solutions did the insulation on our small remodel job. They arrived to the minute of when they said. They used 3 different types of insulation to maximize each situation. The crew was fast and courteous. They cleaned up very nicely and made sure the foam was not going to be an issue with the new sheet rock. Our 1st energy audit blower door was over 2800 (what ever that means) The final audit blower door was around 2000. Now we can't wait to get our 1st winter heat bill to see how much money we are saving. Who knew a heat bill could be exciting!?!