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Cool Attic 1600 CFM-Heavy Duty Weathered Grey Galvanized Steel Power Attic Roof Ventilator

$122.00 /each

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1600 CFM Power Attic Roof Mount Ventilator will ventilate hot air from the attic and pull in cooler air through under eave or soffit vents to lower attic temperatures. These power attic vents feature precision-balanced fan blades for minimum vibration when in use. This unit is suitable for up to an 8/12 roof pitch.

  • Keeping your attic cooler and well ventilated will prolong the life of composite roof shingles and other roofing components, and help protect the roof structure itself
  • 1600 CFM ventilates up to a 2400 sq. ft. attic
  • Included adjustable thermostat allows the fan to run only when needed
  • Durable steel construction withstands impacting winds, flying debris and hail
  • Built-in steel mesh grille keeps out birds, squirrels and other rodents
  • A cooler attic will keep you home cooler, reducing costs of air conditioning and wear and tear on your cooling equipment
  • Reduces heat buildup in the attic and helps make living areas more comfortable
  • Equalizes temperatures inside and outside the attic, helping prevent weather-induced home deterioration
  • Low profile is aesthetically pleasing on the roofline
  • As an exhaust vent, this fan requires a minimum of 760 sq. in. net free air intake airflow areas to perform safely and correctly
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Does a Roofer install this item or can a handyman install it

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My concern is disrupting the roof shingles or is this something that is mounted on top of the roof shingles.
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A roofer would be the ideal to install the unit on your roof however you would still need a licensed electrician to hook it up. The unit does not sit on top of the shingles. It is slid up underneath the shingles to retain complete water tightness. This is how a roofer would do it or anyone who knows how to do it. Some Electrical contractors familiar with the installation requirements could do the entire Read More
A roofer would be the ideal to install the unit on your roof however you would still need a licensed electrician to hook it up. The unit does not sit on top of the shingles. It is slid up underneath the shingles to retain complete water tightness. This is how a roofer would do it or anyone who knows how to do it. Some Electrical contractors familiar with the installation requirements could do the entire install with out involving a roofer. Its not rocket science but you still have to know what yor doing.
The only roof shingles that would be removed are the ones where the hole is and just below the hole. Read Less
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June 29, 2016
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Hi Julie, This unit does require the removal of shingles and also that a hole be cut into the roof to allow the air to exhaust from the attic without resistance. Please note that as an exhaust vent, this fan also requires a minimum of 760 sq. in. net free air intake airflow areas, so you must have some form of intake vents in place to ensure this unit operates safely and correctly. For more information Read More
Hi Julie, This unit does require the removal of shingles and also that a hole be cut into the roof to allow the air to exhaust from the attic without resistance. Please note that as an exhaust vent, this fan also requires a minimum of 760 sq. in. net free air intake airflow areas, so you must have some form of intake vents in place to ensure this unit operates safely and correctly. For more information on the steps required during install, please navigate to the Info & Guides section on the product page and click Instructions/Assembly. Read Less
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Will a roof vents help cool my roof if I already have ridge venting?

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June 27, 2016
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Hello Heatingup. We would not recommend installing a power attic roof ventilator with existing ridge vents in place. This could cause the ridge vents to act as intake instead of exhaust, and could potentially cause the ridge vents to pull moisture into the attic if/when wet conditions exist.
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If I had two on top off my roof side by side would that be consider 3200 cfm

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October 19, 2015
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Yes, combining the fans will give an overall cfm of 3200, however there is a caveat with using this style of installation. If one fan is on while the other fan remains off, the fan will draw all of its air in from the non-operating fan and not provide ventilation to the rest of the attic space.
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I have 2 of these in my house, they are 10 years old and I think the motors are burned out, can I just replace the motors?

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Yes, these motors can be replaced on their own by contacting the manufacturer and referencing part number XE406.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent product Paid to have the fan installed on my attic roof, $100, wired it mysel from diagram, works perfectly.. Really strong and moves a lot of hot air. August 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good performance for the $$$ I purchased and installed this fan for a customer. I was replacing a similar fan with a plastic dome that was trashed. Simple to install, this fan will replace an attic vent if you enlarge the cutout. I priced similar products through professional supply companies and they were much more expensive and moved less air. My customer said there was a noticeable difference in the homes temperature, and the fan noise was noticeable, but not loud (it was also close to the access hole). With the included thermostat, the fan won't run all the time. The fan has only been in use for about 45 days, but so far so good. Jim - Professional remodeler July 3, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by May have selected solar operated Contractor required 2 1/2 hours to complete install on shingle roof. Electrical was very close to fan. Temp control adjustment very easily adjusted. Central Florida running time with temps in mid 90's requires 10-12 hours operations when set at 105 degrees. This may not be the most economical to operate. August 28, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by works great ! installed the fan on the patio roof . wired into our ac 5 ton condensing unit contactor and now the discharge air goes through the roof instead of being recycled constantly through the unit. dropped the patio temp 10 to 15 degrees lower. so the compressor is also running cooler. July 29, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hands down this is a wise investment We have installed these in several of our homes. It will without a doubt allevaite staggering heat build up in attiic spaces. In each home it has reduced our power bills by 30% in the summer in additon to making upstair rooms tolerable. Absolutley put in an attic exhaust fan before a window unit or additional HVAC system. You will be glad you did. April 2, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by This is a very good product for the money. The roof ventilator arrived, double boxed to prevent damage during shipping. It appears to be a good quality. The finish is nice. I was surprised to see that it included a thermostat. The mounting instructions could have been more detailed for a novice handyman. I would like to see better specifications for my records. May 8, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by NOISY!!! Sound like a truck running from inside the house. Would never by any ventilator from Home Depot in the future nor recommended them to a friend. July 24, 2012
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