Model # SF20-GR

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Remington Solar 20-Watt 1280 CFM Gray Solar Powered Attic Fan
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Remington Solar

20-Watt 1280 CFM Gray Solar Powered Attic Fan

$28712 /each

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Product Overview

The Remington Solar Ventilation Attic Fan is completely powered by free solar energy. This American-designed fan is designed to reduce attic temperatures and remove destructive moisture, thus making your home more comfortable and reducing the load on your HVAC system and lowering your electricity bills. In the winter, this fan reduces the risk of ice-damming. Our stylish, powder coated steel, 20-Watt fan will effectively ventilate up to 1,800 sq./ft. of attic space. This is the least expensive high-quality fan, feature-for-feature, available. Each fan comes with a built-in humidistat and thermostat. Lifetime limited warranty (non-transferable).

  • Ready to install, one-hour installation
  • Humidistat and thermostat pre-installed in each fan ($40 value included free)
  • High quality polycrystalline solar panel with powerful, yet quiet brushless 24-Volt DC motor
  • Attractive design with an encased solar panel
  • Powder coated steel housing, steel mesh and poly-vinyl (quiet) blades
  • Unbeatable warranty
  • Lowest-priced high-quality solar attic fan in the USA
  • We outsell and beat competitors' warranty because we use expensive brushless motors

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Customer Questions & Answers

How do you shut the fan off in the winter time?

I live in OHIO and would think I wouldn't need it running in the winter. If its solar and comes on right away, how do you shut it off?
Asked by: Rick
The thermostat won"t allow it to run
Answered by: mrfixit
Date published: 2017-04-14

Existing portal wide enough?

I will be replacing an old fan with this one however the current opening in the roof is 12" x 14.5" - would I need to modify the portal to accommodate this unit? Thanks!
Asked by: Eddie
The roofing flange is 22 inch square more than enough to cover your opening
Answered by: mrfixit
Date published: 2017-03-29

Tilt of solar panel

I see some models have a solar panel which can tilt up or down while others make it look like the panel is at a fixed angle. Does the 20 watt, 1280 CFM solar panel have an adjustable tilt?
Asked by: Rob
The one I purchased is fixed as the mount location is close to optimum
Answered by: mrfixit
Date published: 2017-05-06

How much to install it on my roof?

Asked by: MDG7
I am here in Canada and I would estimate time and material to run between 80 and 100 dollars
Answered by: mrfixit
Date published: 2017-05-06
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20-Watt 1280 CFM Gray Solar Powered Attic Fan is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 65.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The fan is decently well made. The fan itself is very quiet and doesn't have the high-pitched wh... The fan is decently well made. The fan itself is very quiet and doesn't have the high-pitched whistle of most higher-speed A/C fans. Mine arrived with some dings in the sheet metal, but I was able to smooth them out. The 1280 CFM figure is very exaggerated--compared against other attic fans I've tested, I estimate this one puts out 200-300 CFM in very bright sun, give or take. The supposed "limited lifetime" warranty was a big selling point for me. Unfortunately, I have to report that the manufacturer refuses to honor their warranties. I purchased Remington's 110v adapter for this fan. The adapter didn't work, so I wrote a review that described what went wrong. Remington responded online to my review, being very friendly and saying they knew it was a defective model and that they would be happy to ship me out a new one. But when I emailed them to schedule the replacement, their representative, Murray, told me that they would only send out a replacement if I agreed to take down my negative review first! I told them I wouldn't take down the review ahead of time, but I would certainly update it if they fixed the problem, but they told me, no, I had to delete the review or they wouldn't honor the warranty at all. Shame on you, Remington Solar. If this fan weren't already installed on my roof, it would go straight back to Home Depot. My experience with them shows you can't trust Remington's warranty on their products and (since they work so hard to cajole people into deleting negative reviews) you can't trust their ratings, either.
Date published: 2017-05-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This solar gable fan had to be special ordered from Home Depot. The first fan that I received was... This solar gable fan had to be special ordered from Home Depot. The first fan that I received was the solar roof mount fan (Mfr. part numbers are similar) so I had to return it and have the correct one re-ordered. Called Home Depot's 800 number and received excellent service and a small discount for the error. Second time round was a charm and I received the gable fan as ordered. Installation was a breeze and my garage is so much cooler! I also ordered the ac adapter for this fan so that it might run on warm/humid days when there isn't much sun. I've also found that with the ac adapter that my fan runs 3 - 5 hours after the sun has set in order to further cool the garage, even though it seems cool enough to me. I would definitely purchase this again, and may do so to install it in the attic gable of my house.
Date published: 2017-05-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Yes, easy to install, seems to run quietly and efficiently. I also used a radiant barrier from I... Yes, easy to install, seems to run quietly and efficiently. I also used a radiant barrier from Innovative Energy in IN. over the fiberglass in the attic hoping that the combined effort of the fan and the reflective barrier will keep the Arizona attic a lot cooler this summer.
Date published: 2017-04-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect unit for me as this hip roof had a south facing slope for good performance looks well bui... Perfect unit for me as this hip roof had a south facing slope for good performance looks well built...This will reduce the summertime attic heat load thereby reducing my AC costs
Date published: 2017-03-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Hey need help I'm looking to get one for my home does it work good I don't want to cut in to my roof and it don't work good can some one help thank u
Date published: 2017-05-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love the fan but the cord was too short to reach the best sun. Love the fan but the cord was too short to reach the best sun.
Date published: 2017-06-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solar Powered Roof Fan Fan mounted easy. Worked well in evening out temp in house, don't have central AC. I would suggest ordering 110 power supply as well. When sun goes temp shot back up before it gets totally dark. Solar alone isn't enough. Power supply will allow fan to run when low light conditions exist. Unit will run on solar first, then on hard line power. I will update this again when I get and install power supply.
Date published: 2017-06-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A well constructed unit, easy to install and quiet. I had two installed in the roof of my 2900 ... A well constructed unit, easy to install and quiet. I had two installed in the roof of my 2900 sq ft single story home in Southeastern NC. Took about 2 hours and cost $250. They do not require a lot of sunlight to turn on, and kick in around 86deg F, which is nice. There is an optional 110 volt adapter for those that don't get a lot of sun or want cooling into the night, which of course solar can't do.
Date published: 2017-04-25
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