Remove the Hot Air from your Attic, greatly REDUCE your Home’s Heat Load. Save Money and Prolong the Life of your System.
Excessive summer heat in the attic can hinder the performance of an air conditioning system. The installation of an attic exhaust fan can alleviate this problem. A general rule of thumb is to provide an attic fan for every 300 sq. foot of area.
An attic exhaust fan typically is an electrical-powered fan mounted in such a way as to remove hot air from attic spaces. Most units come equipped with an electronic or mechanical thermostat that automatically turns the power on when attic temperatures reach a specified level.