Collection: Best Attic Exhaust Fans for Home Ventilation

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  • Smart Energy Saver Attic Gable Fan AFG SMT ES-3.0
    AFG SMT ES-3.0
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  • Smart Energy Saver Attic Roof Fan AFR SMT ES-2.0
    Roof Mount Attic Fan AFR SMT ES-2.0
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  • Gable Attic Fan 14" with 40 Watt Solar Panel - 1486 CFM
    Gable Attic Fan 14
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  • Smart Professional Attic Gable Fan with Smart Control 2860 CFM
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  • 14" Solar Attic Fan 40 W Panel - 1092 CFM
    40 Watt Solar Fan
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During summer months, attic temperatures can get extremely hot, quickly reaching temperatures of one hundred and fifty degrees Fahrenheit.  

An attic exhaust fan will help to ventilate and remove warm air from your attic.  Before installing an attic exhaust fan, you should ensure that you have proper roof venting.  As a general rule, for every 300 square feet of attic area, you should have at least one square foot of attic vents.  Most homes have proper roof vents, but it is always good to double-check your home before installing an exhaust fan.

Attic fans are available in two basic configurations.  The first is a wired attic exhaust fan that is powered by your home's electricity.  The second type is a solar-powered attic exhaust fan that uses the sun's power to operate.  An electric powered fan can and will run continuously even after the sun has gone down. In comparison, a solar-powered fan will stop working once it gets dark.  

There are several benefits to installing an exhaust fan in your attic.  The first is it will reduce the heat that can cause damage to your roof.  Secondly, it will reduce the load on a central air conditioner, by keeping your a/c ducting cooler, which will allow for more efficient operation.  Finally, it will keep your living space cooler by reducing heat penetration from the attic.

We feature the Quiet Cool line of best attic exhaust fans.

Your attic can become a place of sweltering heat during the summer months. Even if the interior of your home is comfortably cool, temperatures in your attic can sore high above those temperatures. Even worse, moisture can gather in your attic, leading to mold, mildew, and damage to your precious possessions you store in this largely unused space in your home.

Many families prize attic space as a place to keep seasonal items when out of season. From prized heirloom holiday decorations to seasonal clothing you only need a few months out of the year, your attic holds it all. You don’t want these things ruined by moisture or heat. Fortunately, the right exhaust fan in your attic, like the Quiet Cool attic exhaust fan, can make all the difference in the world.

With the Quiet Cool brand, you have the option of a hard-wired attic exhaust fan or a solar-powered version to help you keep your home cool and comfortable while protecting your roof, protecting your valuable items stored in your attic, and reducing your home cooling costs during some of the hottest months of the year.

That’s quite a list of accomplishments for one small fan you store in the attic of your home. You can even opt for an attic roof fan if you prefer or have the need. Whether you need a rooftop or gable attic fan, we can offer the ideal solution for your cooling needs.