The laundry room in my house is across the hall from the kitchen.
The room has a door to the garage and a door that leads to the rest of the house.
I have six kids at home and I am constantly doing laundry. Everyday I work on three or four loads of clothes so the pile never gets enormous. When the washer and dryer are running all day, the climate in the laundry room and the kitchen is muggy, humid, and hot. I had an exhaust fan in the laundry room to help with the heat and the moisture, but it stopped working last year and my hubby never fixed it. I have been hounding him every weekend since summer started to fix the fan, because it’s really affecting the indoor air quality and I think the problem is causing the AC to run more frequently. That won’t be good for our electric bills this summer. I looked up the parts for the exhaust fan online last week and I found out that it only cost seventeen bucks for the replacement parts. I begged my hubby to complete the repair or call someone for me. He had plans to go golfing with some friends, so he called an HVAC repair service to complete the work. He paid almost $150 for someone else to replace the parts on the exhaust fan so he didn’t have to miss his tee time. There might be more problems in this house than the exhaust fan. I don’t think home repairs should take a back seat to golf.