Year round ventilating of your attic minimizes harmful moisture in the winter and lowers the temperature of your home in the summer. Keeping your attic cool and dry can extend the life of your roof, by preventing rot, premature aging, and damaging shingle distortion that can result from excessive heat. A cool attic in summer also saves you money on your energy bill and extends the life of your air conditioner.
How much attic ventilation do you need" Effective ventilation requires air to exit at or near the peak of the roof with replacement air drawn through soffit venting and louvers. The Home Ventilating Institute (HVI) recommends at least 10 air changes hourly to equalize temperature.
- Prevent heat and moisture build-up for a cooler, drier attic which can extend the life of your roof and air conditioner, while lowering air conditioning expense
- Lowers temperature of home in the summer
- Fight heat, humidity buildup and unwanted smells inside the garage
- Effectively ventilate up to a 40' x 40' area (four car garage equivalent), either attached or detached from your home
- Precision balanced 14" metal blade for maximum air flow
- Built-in adjustable thermostat for automatic operation at your chosen temperature level
- Mesh birdscreen keeps out insects, animals or birds without impeding airflow
- Tested and approved for extreme hot and cold weather
- PVC plastic dome provides ultraviolet protection and superior durability
- Galvanized steel housing for added strength
- Metal flashing allows for nailing and hot tar application
|ENERGY STAR® certified
|4 Blade Steel
|Dome Height From Roof
|Roof Opening - Width
|Sound Level (Sones)
|22-1/4" x 22-1/4"
|Motor Engineered For Continuous Operation
|High Efficiency Luminaire
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