How Can You Cool YOUR Home Without Spending a Cent on Electricity? With the Solar Attic Fan...
Installs in 15 minutes—with no wiring
Cools living space and reduces humidity
Helps increase the life of the roof and air-conditioner system
Turns hot, humid attic air into cash by cutting electricity use by 300-500 kilowatt-hours (kWh) per year per house
Helps a homeowner ‘’go solar’’ for less than $500*
20 year warranty
*After government and/or utility incentives
What's in it for you?
“We installed our Solar Powered Attic Fan on our house yesterday. Already we can feel a huge difference on the top floor. Previously, as soon as you walked up the stairs in the summer, it was like hitting a wall of humidity and heat. It’s not even connected to a power outlet!”
—One of many really happy customers.
COOLS IN SUMMER. HELPS REDUCE MOLD, MILDEW AND ROT IN WINTER
Reduces attic temperatures. This helps cool the home, allowing for less use of air-conditioning (AC) which reduces electricity costs.
Saves approximately 300-500 kWh* per season.
Helps extend the life of roofing materials. Asphalt shingles are designed to withstand abuse from the sun over many years, though they are subjected to damaging temperatures as a result of an over-heated attic. The greater ventilation offered by the Solar Attic Fan lowers attic temperatures extends the life of roofing materials.
Helps reduce rot, mildew and mold. As hot air cools on contact with roofing materials, moisture condenses leading to development of rot, mildew and mold—all of which can cause serious damage. The solar attic fan actively improves attic air circulation helping reduce instances of rot and growth of mold and mildew.
Helps reduce ice dam formation on eaves troughs. In poorly ventilated attics, heated air causes snow and ice to melt from the roof and run down to the eaves where it freezes again, forming hazardous ice dams. It can also cause interior water damage. Increased ventilation from the solar attic fan helps decrease the chance of ice damming.
* Values obtained through extensive research conducted exclusively for International Solar Solutions by the Canadian Center for Housing Technology (Natural Resources Canada, National Research Council of Canada) and the University of Ontario Institute of Technology.