Solar Attic Exhaust Fan Sales + Installation
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Proudly serving Howard, Montgomery, Upper Prince George’s, Frederick, and Carroll County
The Solar Attic Fan is a simple and environmentally sensible solution that can save you money. Powered completely by free solar energy, this sleek and efficient vent is both compact and quiet. Fully operational right from the box, it installs easily, with no electrical wiring, no expensive electrician and city permits. And let’s not forget powerful!
Operating at a whopping 850 CFM, a single solar attic fan unit can fully vent up to 1200 square feet. Place it wherever you need improved circulation; attics, lofts, workshops, storage sheds, garages, even barns. Our attic fan is powered.
Saves Money Silently…With The Sun!
Our attic fan is powered by a low-voltage D.C. motor that virtually makes no noise. With the balanced fan blade assembly, a whisper-quiet experience is guaranteed. The fan motor works slower during the early morning and late afternoon hours when the sun is lower in the sky. During the hottest part of the day, when ventilation is needed the most, the solar panel’s higher power output increases the speed and efficiency of the Fan-Attic to move up to 850 cubic feet per minute (CFM) of air which can effectively cool down up to 1,200 square feet of attic space.
Reduce Cooling Costs By Up To 50 Percent!
During the summer months, attic temperatures can soar to over 150 degrees Fahrenheit. This makes your home hotter inside and increases the energy consumed by cooling and air-conditioning equipment. A Fan-Attic ventilation system helps remove the heat before it reaches the interior of your home, and helps to reduce the workload on cooling and air-conditioning equipment by as much as 50 percent. This helps to make your home much more comfortable.
Extends The Life of the Roofing Materials!
Though asphalt shingles are designed to take the abuse of the sun for many years, they are subjected to greater temperatures when the roof decking is allowed to overheat, which is just what happens in an under ventilated attic. In the cooler months, moisture is the most serious concern. Even with the use of vapor barriers to keep moisture from entering the attic, there are air leaks around ceiling light fixtures and bathroom exhaust fans that allow unwanted moisture into the attic. Moisture condensing on the framing members and the inside of the roof deck can lead to the growth of mold, mildew and rot in the roof deck and framing. A good indicator of a moisture problem is rusty roof nails sticking through the roof deck.
Enjoy the Savings!
In the summertime, a conventional electric attic fan can add $10-20 per month to your electric bill. Conventional fans must also be wired into your home by a licensed electrician which means electrical permits, inspections, and added expense. The Fan-Attic, on the other hand, has its own built-in power supply. Compare the cost of the Attic Fan to regular attic fans. You’ll see how the Fan-Attic pays for itself in no time.