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Air Vent Inc. Gable Attic Ventilator 53315 Attic And Whole House Fans

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  • Air Vent #53315 Gable Attic Ventilator
  • 1050 CFM 1/12 HP, 180W 3.2 amps
  • 14" fan blade
  • For 1500 sq. ft. max
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Highlights:- 1050 CFM 14" fan 15" dia. housing 1/12 HP, 180W Adjustable thermostat For 1500 sq. ft. max. 5 yr. warranty 2 yr. Surestart warranty UL listed Boxed

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  • Product Dimensions: 7.3 x 17.8 x 18 inches ; 8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0009SPZ62
  • Item model number: 53315
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,566 in Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Home Improvement)
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Joseph W. Miller on January 31, 2010
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These types of fans should be long lasting (it replaced one that was 13 years old and that may still have a few years left in it) and this one seems to be on track to do that.

I highly recommend a thermostatically controlled fan such as this for attics with limited ventilation. The temperature difference between a poorly vented attic and the outside air on a summer afternoon is very high, and much of that heat will radiate into your living space. I installed this myself (I'm no handyman and took about three times as long as a pro or talented amatuer would). Tip - You may need to build a frame to hold the fan (or add a could of cross-beams for support). If you build a frame, consider attaching it to the fan before installing both in the attic.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Tom on May 26, 2010
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I installed this in my attic to better ventilate on non-windy days when the temperatures can hit 125F or higher. I agree with another poster that you really should set the thermostat using a thermometer. So go buy a wired remote thermometer where you can run the wire up through the attic access hole. I found mine is roughly 5 degrees off from the dial. The other thing I noticed is that since the thermostat is in a metal housing, it takes quite a while after the target temp is past (mine is coming on at around 105F) for the fan to cool the thermostat down to the point where it will kick off. Mine generally is kicking on around noon or 1 pm and kicking off sometime in the early evening. The other day it was 90F outside and the fan kept the attic a stable 107F until around 4 pm (neighbor's tree shades the roof) when temperatures started to fall, kicking off at 7pm and around 95F (and then temps quickly shot back up to 100F). The unit itself is quiet and I can only hear the barest of hums when it is in operation. I expect this will save quite a bit of money, make the AC's job easier, and prolong the life of my roof.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By TPS777 on June 10, 2014
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I have two other attic fans of this size. This one is definitely LOUDER than the other two. At first I really liked the housing, as it was more substantial than the others which were sheet metal, but after just a couple days - I can hear this thing inside my house (it is mounted in the garage). Also the lead on the thermostat is a bit short, making placement a bit more difficult than other models I have.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By JPS on August 14, 2012
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the production was delivered fast, before I knew it, it was delivered, came in perfect condition, then it was very easy to install, just connect to 110 volt, put it in the desired area like attic vent, set temp and done, turned on when it got to desired temp, not to load with good insulation, can barely here it.. also put one in my garage and it lower the temp in the garage by ten degress.. best thing i did... thanks gable
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11 of 15 people found the following review helpful By likeparty on April 6, 2011
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APPLICATION: Attic gable end fan mounted in south gable of my house in central Florida. It was installed 8/2005 and quit working 9/2008. The house is 21 years old with two gable end attic vents. Total fans so far: south end I am installing my fourth, north end the second one is still running.
SHORT LIFE: This unit only gave me 3 years life. It is in a very difficult location to get to, so the difficulty of replacing (or cost if you require an electrician/tradesman) far out weighs the cost of the fan. I do not consider 3 years adequate life. The other end of the house has a Master Flow PG-2 sheet metal design and has run for more than 10 years (might just be luck in reading those reviews!).
GREAT DESIGN: The rigid plastic frame is superior to the sheet metal type. It is also significantly lower profile (sticks into the attic a shorter distance).
EASIEST INSTALL: The rigid plastic frame allows you to mount it straight to the studs or frame of your vent area. You can pretty much do one corner at a time.
SUMMARY: So if ease of installation is important, you have limited area to mount, or don't care about the life this would be a good choice. For me two stars due to the importance of life for my application.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Hotrod Smith on July 17, 2013
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The fan was easy to install, easy to wire, and works quieter than I expected. I recommend building a frame to mount it. I cut the hole in a piece of 7/16" OSB about 1/2" bigger than the inside of the frame The mounting holes are a bit big for regular screws, so I used a short piece of metal strapping (holey iron, as we call it) at each tab, drove 2 construction screws through, and snapped them off on the front.

The thermostat was off by about 20 degrees; I set it for 85, and it was still blowing air that was about 70 degrees, so I climbed back up and adjusted to about 105 so it would go off at 85.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Liz WebEd on July 24, 2014
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Previously, in an old Craftsman house, I had a Master Flo brand gable fan which burned out after three years. In one case in under two years the thermostat burned out. I bought this after callling Air Vent tech support, the woman told me that I had to have a well ventalated attic. My attic has two areas of gable lattice and a dormer that runs 15-20' across the front of the house that is vente.

I noticed that many people bought Isolate it grommets with the fan, which are expensive at $19.99 for twelve and I only needed four.

I bought rubber stoppers to put behind the fan to absorb vibrations. After my handy man installed the fan, he called down for nuts becuase the fan blade was hitting the screen. The rubber stoppers were at least an 1/2 wide, the blade did not touch the screen until it was on.

When I called Air Vent and talked to tech support and asked if I needed any special washers, the guy told me that it depended on the installation.

Therefore, my handy man was stuck up in the hot attic while I fumbled around looking for bolts to use as spacers. Fortunately for me he didn't charge by the hour. We found some nuts in the garage which was also fortunate.

Make sure that you have something to keep the fan away from the screen or vent. This fan is 75% to 80% quieter than the Master Flo because it has plastic around it. The Master Flo caused the entire wall for vibrate down into the living room. This fan sends no vibration into lower levels of the house. I had to go outside to see if was blowing because I couldn't hear it.

When I called I was told I did not need plywood although the box shows plywood around the fan.

The motor is supposed to shut off it gets over heated, we'll see how long this one lasts.

Warning: when I spoke to the support woman she said the 5 year warranty is invalid if the attic does not have enough air flow. It could mean that they don't honor their warranty.
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