Solar attic fans can reduce our energy bills and keep our attics cool. These solar attic fans work as they should. We will discuss the actual savings and total cost of the solar attic fan.
Solar Attic Fans: How They Work
Attic fans pull in cold air from the roof and push out hot air at the top. This is how air naturally flows: warm air is at the top, cold air is at the bottom. Cooler air circulation is achieved by the attic fan, which helps the air move faster.
Claims for Attic Fan Savings
It was very difficult to find monthly savings claims. Nobody can tell you how much savings you could expect. This could be due to variations in HVAC efficiency, insulation effectiveness, and home location.
According to the averages, it will take you 4-7 years to theoretically realize the return on my investment in a solar roof fan. The solar attic fans are about $500 and do not include installation costs. For a complete installation, you can expect to spend between $700 and $880. Based on these calculations, the average Florida resident will save $131.36 per year. It would take 5.25 years to recover the cost of $750, based on total costs.
You Can Get Air from the Attic by Using Fans
This is a fact. This means that even though your ceilings have insulation, there are tiny cracks and holes in them that allow cool air to escape into your attic. An attic fan will only increase the amount of conditioned air that is pumped into your attic, which can cause your A/C system to run more often.
Contact ESD Solar Today
Have you planned to install solar attic fans, but were unsure how to proceed? To start the process, contact ESD Solar. We can help you assess your needs and design the system that will best serve your home or business. With a combination of expertise and advanced technology, we are able to help you achieve your desired results and exceed all expectations. Call us today!