Solar Fan by YellowBlue Eco-Tech
A solar powered attic fan provides constant steady air flow throughout your attic. As a result, stale warm air is vented out giving more room for fresh cool air, also known as “air exchange.” A properly ventilated attic will help reduce your energy costs and reduce the temperature in your home in the summer, and keep your home warmer in the winter. Many people are unaware that they have excess moisture in their attic. This excess moisture causes mildew and impedes R-Value in traditional insulation. When you see shingles start to curl and fall apart most of the time it is a result of poor ventilation and excessive heat in the attic. If your attic temperature is more than 15 degrees hotter than the outside temperature, you have a ventilation problem and need to act fast.
Solar Fan Models:
Standard Roof Mount
Provides the same performance as high-profile bases when additional clearance is not necessary. These units tuck in closer to the roof to be less conspicuous and more resistant to high winds.
Snowy or “S” Tile Roofs
This model is ideal for applications where additional clearance of up to two feet is needed between the bottom of the fan and the roof. They are perfect for snowy areas or “S” tile roofs, where less clearance could cause air flow problems.
Separate Fan and Solar Panel Roof Mount
The Remote Solar Panel models are perfect for installing the attic fan and solar panel separately, due to limited access in a desired fan location. Includes 25 ft. of Interconnect Cable.
Roof Mounts for Poor Light Environments
Allows solar panel location to be independent from the fan’s so each can be placed in the ideal part of the roof. Can also be used with larger solar panels for improved performance to offset poor light environments.
360º Rotation Square Solar Panel
Square solar panels are perfect for any installation that requires pointing the panel towards the sun for better performance. 360ª rotation and 35ª tilt make it perfect for less than ideal fan locations.
Gable Roof Mount
Can be mounted inside the attic over an existing gable vent or roof penetration to supercharge the vents already there. Remains hidden and out of the weather, save for the remote mounted solar panel. No large holes to cut into your roof.