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Why Choose Solar Attic Fans?

Solar attic fans are easy to install, completely wireless and use no electricity. Solar attic fans can reduce your utility bills by 30%, saving you money on air conditioning and at the same time extending the live of your roof by cooling the attic and helping to prevent rot and mold.

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SunRise™ Solar Attic Fans

Just one SunRise™ Solar fan is powerful enough to protect an entire home. Solar attic fans are fully operational right out of the box and are completely wireless. Once installed, solar attic fans will turn on whenever the sun is out, drawing fresh air up through your soffit vents and blowing hot, stale and humid air up and out of your attic at the same time. Solar attic fans require almost no maintenance once installed and the photovoltaic cells can provide the fan with power for up to fifty years without being replaced.

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Solar attic fans are a near perfect solution for attic ventilation and are fully operational right out of the box. They are a simple and environmentally sensible solution that can save you money and are wireless and powered completely by free energy provided by the sun. Proper venting cools your roof, helping to extend the life of the materials and increases fresh air circulation.


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Installing Solar Attic Fans

Installation is very easy and can be done is just a few simple steps.

  1. Using a razor knife, cut a 4 inch slit through the shingles and tar paper at the 3 and 9 o'clock position of the flashing. This allows for the sides of the flashing to be inserted under the shingles.

  2. Insert a reciprocating saw blade sideways at the 3 o'clock position and cut up and around to the 9 o'clock position. This process removes the nails that will prevent the flashing from sliding up underneath the shingles.

  3. Caulk the underside of the flashing with the provided caulking material. Two concentric rings of caulking material is sufficient.

  4. Slide the flashing under the tar paper and shingles and force the flashing up until the shingles come in contact with the raised portion of the flashing. The bottom side of the flashing will be on the top of the shingles. Secure the flashing with 4 hex head screws at the 3, 6, 9, and 12 o'clock positions, making sure that at the 3, 9 and 12 o'clock positions, the screws are placed under the shingles. At the 6 o'clock position, caulk over the screw head since it will be exposed to the weather. Use the remaining caulk to seal the areas where the 4 inch slits were made and around the area where the shingles meet with the raised area of the flashing.

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