Published at Wednesday, November 21st 2018. by Cynthia Santos in Ceiling.
Here's an exhaust fan this used to be in the, and this was in the kitchen - is still in the kitchen by the way, but it doesn't work it's an old one. They don't use that anymore. I don't even think it's hooked up to electrical anymore well soon find out. She doesn't want that there anymore. I've got to take that down and I know ultimately, I'm gonna have to crawl around up in the ceiling up in the attic and I'm not looking forward to that exactly, but I know I have to take this portion of it down. I might as well take a quick look at it now and see what I'm gonna have to do. You know lots of it I'll have to do up in the attic lucky for me, there's an attic there. If there weren't chances, is it wouldn't have an exhaust fan here? Would it or if they did go up through them up into the ceiling joists that go outside, the house or what have you okay, looks like it looks like there's an old plug here, I'll just unplug that so I know I don't have to mess with That and usually they'll have a housing and this motor thing. It looks like it's it's attached right here, I'm just gonna loosen these screws up and it looks like I can slide that over.
I slide it over it. Let's see, let's see, yeah good old style motors and just kind of looking at this to see. If I can, if I can do anything else down below before I get up there in the ceiling and check it all out, let's see what we got here got a flashlight here, get how it works, and this one you gotta shake it. I've got goggles on. Fortunately, who cleared you a couple wasp nests way up high. Oh my head, the big butt is that there are two wasps nests up there and luckily for me, I don't think I don't think anybody's home in the wasp nest. I think it's an old one. I have not gone up here, yet no joke. This is the first thing I've seen trying to shine you up. There see that right there right there, that's two wasps nest on top of each other and then there's one way up. High to two or three of them, as a matter of fact, I probably should be careful with that Wow thing you've got to think about when removing old fixtures Wow. I guess I was more on a fact-finding mission there.
I think I'm just gonna put this backup, so I can put the trim back on until I get ready to remove since it's in their kitchens. All you might want to be mindful of that when you're getting ready to demo, something, especially if you're not going to take it out right then, and there you know what I need to and I think I'm gonna remove this whole thing from the Attic and Pull it up out of there looks like I could do that. I want to minimize my patch. I could cut this sheetrock all the way out. If I wanted, but you know, I don't think I want to do that and make this patch any bigger than it is already okay. So, in fact, I don't really. I don't really need to have that anymore. I just want to get this on. That's why I had to put the motor back on because there's some threads right in the middle of this. I guess I'll put that other thing on too just so it doesn't look as unsightly there's a tip for you. If you're gonna leave something in your ceiling, you might want to think twice about that, because it's covered up with the new ceiling or whatever we're. Not using it anymore anyway, so I'm just gonna leave it when there's wasps nest up there, and you also have other ducting there. That's coming from the ceiling on down from the roof on down. You might as well demo that and get rid of it.
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