Solar Attic Fan Curb Mounted
Solar Attic Fan Curb Mounted is the attic fan that you can install on your Curb Mounted roof. If you have a shady roof.
You can put the mounted solar attic fan where you get sun. So you will have the power to operate your solar attic fan. The best solar attic ventilation system, gbgs solar attic fan, or a solar roof fan.
Save money by installing a solar attic fan and allowing it to control the temperature in your attic. So it doesn’t get above 80 degrees.
By doing this you allow your AC not to work so hard. You can add accessories to where you can ventilate your garage. Do not allow your garage to get over 80 degrees. Again saving you money on your energy bill.
Product Data Sheet
Flashing colors are Bronze, Black, and Mill Finish.
Curb Mounted is a roof with a ridge at the center and a double slope on each of its two sides.
The solar attic fan is Hurricane rated and tornado wind rated solar attic fan.
- Adjustable Solar Panel
- Aluminum Powder-Coated Housing
- Powerful, Quiet Motor
- Motor Isolation Bracket
- 5 Wing Aluminum Fan Blade
- Aluminum Rodent Screen
- Leakproof Aluminum Flashing
- Flashing colors: Bronze, Black, and Mill Finish
- Flashing style: Flat Roof with Curb
Thermal Snap Switch – Turns fan on when the attic temperature reaches 80 degrees F.
Fire Safety Cutoff Switch – Helps prevent the spread of attic fires by shutting down fans.
Can be installed alone or with a thermal snap switch.
Garage Vent Kit – features venting capacity accessories, and covers roof or curb mount fan into the garage venting system. Radiation Damper available (Required in some locations).
Can be installed, less then a hour.
Yes, A Remote Solar Panel - A solar panel installed in a sunny location away from housing.
Where you get the most sun, solar fan for home is almost two feet down from the peak of your roof.
Yes, save you energy and cut on your ac system cycling.
Yes, if your attic gets above 50 degrees.
No, and yes as long as it gets some sun.