attic fan

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Noun1.attic fan - a fan that blows heated air out of the attic of a building
exhaust fan - a fan that moves air out of an enclosure
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He said that $30,000 had already been spent for a heat sensitive attic fan inside the dome of the structure, using "nature to help with the temperature and humidity" in the church, which is not air-conditioned.
Where I grew up, a woodstove and an attic fan were all we depended on to slay warm during the cold months.
A previous owner had removed the attic fan that helped drive some of the circulation, and an HVAC system was installed.
An attic fan or whole-house fan running at night is most effective, but you can also help cool a room by installing box fans in two separate windows, with one fan pulling air in and one pushing it out.
Could a solar awning be used in the attic to shade a window and also power an attic fan for ventilation?
- The house was built in 1965 and additional features include updated vinyl flooring in kitchen and hall bath, new carpet in master bedroom, hardwood floors throughout the main level, new roof and deck (2008), new water heater, pressure tank and attic fan (2012), new windows and siding (2005), and new drain field (conventional with pump system (1991).
* Install an energy-efficient attic fan or evaporative cooler
SPRINGFIELD - A faulty attic fan is blamed for starting an electrical fire that damaged a north Springfield home on Monday afternoon.
I used wood to heat, and cooled with an attic fan and ceiling fans, and was very comfortable.
* GREEN FEATURES Large openings on the north and south sides of the roof ventilate the home naturally without the need for an attic fan.