|Item Weight||25 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||27.2 x 27.2 x 11.5 inches|
|Item model number||SAF|
|Maximum Power||12 watts|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Air Flow Capacity||893 CFM|
|Warranty Description||Manufacturer's 25-Year Warranty on Fan Motor, Solar Panel and Fan Housing.|
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Solar Attic Fan with 25-year Warranty! by Natural Light
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- 12-Watt model rated up to 893 CFM for areas up to 1260 Sq. Ft.
- 25-year Manufacturer warranty on solar panel, motor and housing.
- Designed for use on Pitched Roofs with Asphalt/Fiberglass Shingles.
- No wiring necessary -Easily Installed.
- Adjustable 12-watt Solar panel - Assembled and Ready to install.
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Solar Attic Fans are easily installed on pitched fiberglass-asphalt shingle roofs and are a great product for proper attic ventilation. Natural Light brand solar attic fans are top rated by builders and are the highest quality built in the USA! The DC motor is powered by the included 12-watt solar panel with the attic fan motor moving hot air and moisture out of the attic space everyday. Solar panel is adjustable from flat up to 45 degree angle or can be detached and mounted remotely for best sun exposure. Solar Attic Fans mount on 3/12 to 12/12 pitch roofs. (this unit not for flat roofs or side wall mounting). Moves up to 893 cubic feet per minute. Use one attic ventilation fan for every 1260 square feet of attic space. Note: Optional thermostats and fire safety switches sold separately. For installations on tile roofs optional turret extension and tile roof flashing kits are sold separately.
Natural Light Manufacturer's warranty: 25-year on Fan motor, fan housing and solar panel.
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I'm very impressed with this product. It is well made, it has good installation instructions, it comes with an exceptional warranty, and if you need to talk to the manufacturer for any reason, Natural Light is very responsive.
The optional thermostat is worthwhile: it prevents the fan from running on a sunny (but cold) winter day.
It does suck hot air out, not as good as you would like but you might want to consider 20 watt unit. It is quiet and has worked well in the last 2 + years since my contractor installed it in my roof in replacement of older electrical unit that wen out of service. It helps with resale value of the house as well (most customers like to look at your energy bill before making purchasing decision).
Cutting a hole in a my roof was a little scary since I didn't have access to my attic, but I started with a small hole to see where I was, and it all worked out. I actually installed this last fall, after the summer season. It survived through hurricane Sandy's winds of 80 mph with no problems, the thing is built extremely well and solid! So with the wave of warm weather, and a record of 90 degrees today, it kicked on for the first time (that I know of). Sure enough, I checked the ceiling in the room upstairs throughout the day, and it probably only warmed to about 20-25% of what it used to when it was 90 degrees and sunny outside. Normally upstairs is unbearable, but not with the fan installed. Amazingly you barely could hear it too. I imagine it does not produce as much flow as an electric fan, but it certainly does the job for my attic space, which isn't very large. If I had a bigger attic, I would simply order the more powerful solar fan.
I will update this post as the summer goes on, just in case I'm jumping to conclusions. I'm pretty confident this fan is going to save me a considerable amount of money on my electric bill, and recommend it for anyone with a small to medium attic space.