We installed the Solar Attic Fan in 2015 and were really surprised how well the hot air was blown of our upper floor resulting in much cooler temperatures in the summer. We sleep much more comfortably at night now when summer temperatures are higher. Also, a feature that we particularly appreciated is that we could easily remove the Solar Attic Fan system from the roof without damage in order to move it to our next new house. This is a smartly designed product.
- Audrey L - Calgary AB
We own a two storey 2500 square foot home. In 2013 when we were upgrading our roof shingles it was the perfect time to install the Solar Attic Fan. As our roofing company needed to remove the old attic vent it was not an issue for them to reinstall the vents.
Immediately we noticed that our air conditioner did not need to be set at 69-70 degrees, which we were comfortable with. We were able to reset our programmable thermostat to 74 degrees during the day and enjoy the exact same cool temperate levels in our home. Our second floor no longer has a “wall of heat.” Our electricity bills have clearly gone down during air-conditioning season.
- Donna M, Georgetown ON
Our attic is very well insulated. However, I always found it extremely hot in the upper level. You could actually feel the temperature change as you went up the stairs. Our air conditioner had difficulty cooling the upper level, and it was always at least 10 degrees hotter upstairs.
Within a very few hours of installing the Solar Attic Fan, the upstairs was noticeably cooler and our air-conditioner hardly came on at all. I was so impressed with the performance, that we had another fan kit installed into a vent in the lower section of the house. The installation was quick, with virtually no disturbance to the shingles or the existing roof vent.
- Rick, Chatham ON
We are enjoying the benefits of our Solar Attic Fans. We know it has reduced our air conditioning cooling costs considerably after being installed for only one year. We would highly recommend this device to anyone and as well hope that in the future some government agency might consider rebating the full or partial cost of purchase and installation as an incentive to save on energy usage.
-Larry & Anne, Chatham ON