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Solar Attic Fan Services in Orlando

Serving Orlando & Surrounding Areas in Pine Castle

Are you in the market for a new solar attic exhaust fan?

If your house has an attic and you want to make sure it stays properly ventilated, install a fan near the peak of your roof so that it helps create a cross-ventilation path. These fans are extremely energy-efficient as they can run completely on solar energy. Attic fans are typically controlled by the thermostat and can only activate when they are needed. Aside from the initial installation costs, attic fans can actually save you money over the years. Since the heat in attics throughout Orlando, ID contributes to more than 20 percent of what it costs to cool your home, you can expect your utility bills to decrease with attic fans properly installed.




Why Install a Solar Attic Fan

Getting fans installed in your attic provides various benefits. Some of the benefits you can expect to reap after installation services include:

Reliable Attic Fan Installation

Attic fans can be a worthwhile investment for preventing mold and bacteria growth along with extending the life of your HVAC unit. From our licensed, award-winning electricians it ensures the job gets done right the first time to avoid previous issues that often come from attic fans.

Solar Attic Fan Installation Costs

In order to determine how much an attic fan installation will cost, it’s important to consider a few different factors. For example, there are two types of attic fans:

After you have determined what fan you want to install and the size of your attic, now it’s time to choose the right fan size. Obviously, the bigger your attic is, the bigger the ceiling height of your fan needs to be.

Another thing that matters when you install an attic fan is the quality of the insulation in your home. Less-insulated attics trap more heat and higher humidity. You can either cough up money to have the work done at a later time or buy a stronger fan to purchase and install yourself.

It’s important to consider a fan’s initial wiring needs. If it’s the first fan you install in your attic, you may need to run an additional wire for it.