Hi everyone, I'm hoping I could get some advice please. Due to the layout of my kitchen, my extractor fan ducting may need to take a scenic route... Hopefully the pictures attached will help to explain. The ducting can't go to the left as the conservatory is in the way. The fan in the kitchen backs on to our (unfinished) downstairs loo. The plug socket you can see is for the kitchen fan. My thoughts were, could the ducting be fed to the false roof in the downstairs loo and linked up to the extractor fan in the loo which vents outside? The duct vents down as can be seen boxed in and follows through to the cupboard under the stairs. The space from the toilet fan to outside is approx 4m. So from the extractor fan, maybe another .5 metres?! I open windows in the dining room as much as possible but it only can do so much. A lot of the condensation ends up in the conservatory, I have a dehumidifier in there but it isn't enough. My only other alternative is to buy a wall mounted dehumidifier to sit on top of the kitchen cabinet and feed a hose and feed it through the bathroom fan duct to outside. I have no experience in any trade, I just read a lot of forums and like to be imaginative to get what I need!! My husband is quite handy but more than happy to pay for someone to do this, just need someone with a bit of imagination too, which has proved difficult. Any help and advice would be amazing! Thank you. I'll post the above and add photos shortly when I've worked how to do this.