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Remington Solar 25-Watt 1420 CFM Gray Solar Powered Attic Fan
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Remington Solar

25-Watt 1420 CFM Gray Solar Powered Attic Fan

$338.53 /each

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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, 25-Watt fan will effectively ventilate up to 2200 sq. / ft. of attic space at up to 1450 CFM. This is the least expensive high-quality fan, feature-for-feature, available. Each fan comes with a built-in humidistat and thermostat. Life-time non-transferable limited warranty on parts and manufacturer's defects. Parts only.

  • 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
  • Sleek hail- and weather-resistant design with tiltable panel
  • Powder coated steel housing, steel mesh and poly-vinyl (quiet) blades
  • Unbeatable warranty
  • We outsell and over-warranty our competitors because we use expensive brushless DC motors

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On average roughly how long would this unit take to pay for itself?

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September 17, 2016
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If you have the fan sized properly for your attic, you should expect a one and a half year pay back. That's a rough estimate but extremely realistic based on customer feedback.
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What about Sleet or Hail, How well does it hold up. East coast

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What about Sleet or Hail, How well does it hold up. East coast
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October 24, 2016
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You shouldn't have any problems with sleet or anything less than 2 inch hail. Anything greater than that will damage your roof and more than likely you'll have an insurance claim that will cover your fan for any damage. One interesting point, in six years we've had only one fan replacement due to hail that we know of. It was grapefruit sized hail in Texas. And it was an insurance claim.
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When using hybrid converter, will fan or converter be damaged if electricity goes out.

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August 29, 2016
According to the installation instructions, the AC-DC converter must be plugged in at all times when connected to the fan or the chip in the converter will be damaged. If the electricity goes out does that mean the chip will be damaged since no electricity will be going to the converter?
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August 29, 2016
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The 110v adapter is designed to operate with both AC (house) and DC (solar) power connected. It is designed to withstand power outages, but you cannot put it on a "switch". You must keep it connected to operate properly.
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tiltable or non-tiltable?

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August 28, 2016
I live in Florida and I have a simple ranch style house that is under a 1000 sq. ft. living space. The old oil heater vent is still on the roof and thought this would be a great use of a hole already cut in the roof but not sure since it does slightly face the east if I need a tiltable one or not? I don't want to buy a flat one only to find out that I need the other. I was also curious if you know of any solar rebates that apply in Florida? Thanks for your time.
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Yes it tilts up and down. That is if you install it facing south solar panel can be adjusted by solar orbit for different seasons. It will not compensate eastward tilt of your roof, It will start earlier in the morning and it will shut off sooner in the afternoon. Home Depot has a 500 CFM solar powered roof mount exhaust fan which has tilt and swivel design. I have installed this model on my roof which Read More
Yes it tilts up and down. That is if you install it facing south solar panel can be adjusted by solar orbit for different seasons. It will not compensate eastward tilt of your roof, It will start earlier in the morning and it will shut off sooner in the afternoon. Home Depot has a 500 CFM solar powered roof mount exhaust fan which has tilt and swivel design. I have installed this model on my roof which has eastward tilt and have used a few washer under the swivel base to compensate for eastward tilt. Both models need a 15' diameter circular whole on the roof for proper installation. I highly recommend reading specification on line or on YouTube. Read Less
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25-Watt 1420 CFM Gray Solar Powered Attic Fan is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 62.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Solar Powered Attic fan design I purchased these fans to replace 2 almost identical 8 year old fans, which had failed. The problem with the old fans and the new fans is, that there isn't a way to service or trouble shoot problems from the roof, only from the attic which is impossible. Upon inspection of the failed fans, revealed that the only problem with both fans was the motor brushes had worn out, otherwise the fans were in good shape. It would have added value to the fans to have the motors accessible from the roof, and also to have a parts list. Now that I know what to expect, the next failure will be, while not easy, possible to repair. I think the quality is there, just not the serviceability.
Date published: 2016-10-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very Disappointed We had this fan professionally installed on July 15, 2016 when our new roof was put on. We have a small townhouse with less than 900 sq. ft. of attic space. Our house is hotter now than before. We should had stayed with an electric attic fan like the one we replaced. And, YES we knew it would turn off when the sun went down or on cloudy days, and YES the solar panel is facing south, and NO we would not recommend you buy this. It also figures that the price went down $28 after we bought ours. We are senior citizens on a limited income and this was an expensive disaster for us.
Date published: 2016-07-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for areas without power. Easy to install. Quality build. Arrived on time and intact. Seems like a quality product but I just installed it 2 weeks ago. It certainly moves and lot of hot air from the attic. The only concern is that I noticed that partial shade over the solar panel (the size of my hand or even smaller) will stop the fan from operating. You would think that it would jut slow it down. Anyway, so far, so good.
Date published: 2016-08-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product We immediately noticed a difference in the temperature of our upstairs area. It was always 5+ degrees hotter than downstairs and now it actually feels the same! The air conditioner is also not working as much as it was previously. We are in love with this product!!!
Date published: 2016-09-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Working Installed for customer prior to their settlement date on house sale. Installation was easy. Unit came right on in the sunlight. Didn't come with a bar to adjust the solar panel pitch though. If it was something that I needed , I would have had to make it myself
Date published: 2016-09-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from worst purchase I have done I tested the power of air extraction of this fan and found that it does not exist until it is at 1" of the blades.It run continuously because it is unable to cool or refresh the attic.
Date published: 2016-08-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very quiet, looks good, got rid of 20 plus degrees of heat out of our attic, cooled inside by 10 ... Very quiet, looks good, got rid of 20 plus degrees of heat out of our attic, cooled inside by 10 degrees on the first day second day another 5 degrees.
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Quality Rather difficult to install, because it replaced an old unit. Local installers wanted to put in a new location , which would require a new opening.
Date published: 2016-10-04
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