The warmest part of your home is always the attic, and for two reasons. The first reason is that all the hot air always goes up, ending up in the attic. On the other hand, the heating from the sun will first hit the roof, thus warming your attic further. To keep your attic – and subsequently, your entire house – reasonably cool, attic fans are among the wisest investments.
Do Attic Fans Really Work?
The answer is yes. Attic fans can make a significant difference in your home, including:
- Exhaust hot air out of the room, keeping temperatures cool
- Reduces energy costs
- Prevents mold and mildew
- Help avoid structural damage to your roof
- Prevent heat and moisture from escaping during winter
Hiring Experts to Install Your Attic Fan
There are a few ways we can install your attic fan. The most common is through a switch. The switch method wires your attic fan directly to your home power source, and you can turn it on or off – or regulate its speed – through a switch.
Another method is wiring your attic fan to a thermostat. A thermostat is a thermometer-based switch, which you can adjust to a particular room temperature you want. Once we set it up for a specific temperature, it will automatically turn on your attic fan whenever the room temperature goes above it. When cooled down to the temperature you had set up, the thermostat will automatically turn the attic fan back off. So let us help you with this!