On a hot day in Peachtree City, few things are more inviting than a comfortable, air conditioned home. But, while you’re enjoying the cool air in your living area, your attic is a steaming oven. Your attic has a passive ventilation system—but when it’s hot out, the temperature is still intolerable. Adding active ventilation will keep your attic cooler, which can lower your energy bills and extend the life of your home’s roof and your air conditioner.
Here are three advantages of an attic fan:
Installing an attic fan isn’t complicated, if you’re comfortable with a saw and your home’s electrical system you can do it yourself in an afternoon. Attic fans come in different configurations, some mount directly in front of your home’s gables, while others mount on the roof. And, they can come with or without a thermostat.
If you’re too busy for do-it-yourself projects, contact the professionals at Powers Heating & Air in Peachtree City.
Our goal is to help educate our customers in Peachtree City, Georgia and surrounding areas about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems).
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