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Wooden extractor duct

Discussion in 'Building' started by FRAN1870, 14 Feb 2019.

  1. FRAN1870

    FRAN1870

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    Just had the sparky in and we’ve had to drop the extractor in the downstairs toilet.

    The ducting is made of plywood!!!

    WTAF? That can’t be right?
     
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    It might be a bitch to clean but I guess wood would be ok? It's a toilet, not a steamy shower room?
    If they had loads of ply and no time/money to get a plastic one then why not?

    I wouldn't use wood in a bathroom or on a cooker hood
     
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    There’s no sign of damp or mould but it does seem massively heath Robinson
     
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