Rocky Mountain Electric’s
Residential Attic Fans
Cool Down the Air Up There
Your attic space will never be cooler than the air temperature outside, however, the air trapped in your attic can be much warmer, up to 50 degrees warmer! Think of those 100-degree summer days! Optimally, your attic should only be 20 to 30 degrees warmer than the outside temperature at most.
Benefits of Air Circulation
That’s where an attic fan can make a big difference. In the summer, it forces out the hot, humid air, and sucks the cooler, outside air into the space, reducing moisture and heat. In the winter, proper attic ventilation helps to prevent condensation from forming. These fans are quiet, and thermostat-controlled, so they only run when needed.
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Attic Fan Installation
Attic Fan Energy Savings
In the summer, running an attic fan can lower the temperature inside your house by up to ten degrees, saving you up to 30 percent on your energy bill. Plus keeping your shingles and siding cooler can help extend the life of your home’s roof and siding.
At Rocky Mountain Electric, we have a variety of fans and options available, including electric attic fans, and solar attic fans. RME also installs whole-house fans. Our knowledgeable electricians can help you decide what’s best for your home, and offer professional installation.
Call Rocky Mountain Electric for professional installation of a home attic fan today!