Wind Turbines are a type of attic exhaust vent that make up half of a balanced attic ventilation system for each roof. Intake vents make up the other half of the system. Together they help remove any built-up heat and moisture inside the attic for year-round ventilation. Use the Home Depot calculator to determine how many individual Wind Turbnes are needed per roof.
Patented Delrin bearings assure long-lasting, quiet operation with no metal parts to squeak
2-piece base and fits 3/12 to 12/12 roof pitch
Large flashing allows for easy installation
Wind turbines are available in both internally and externally braced styles
132 sq. in. of net free area airflow each
14 in. round opening
Maintenance-free top and bottom dual bearing system
Part of a balanced attic ventilation system for year-round airflow
Helps to fight heat and moisture buildup inside an attic as well as ice dams in cold climates
Requires intake ventilation for proper performance
Use the Home Depot online calculator to determine how many are needed for each attic
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14 in. Brown Aluminum Externally Braced Wind Turbine
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Product Width x Depth
20.0 in. x 20.5 in.
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UV Resistant,Weather Resistant
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Warranty / Certifications
Limited Lifetime Warranty
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Aug 12, 2019
These work great. I had two of them installed - one on the roof of my garage, and the other over ...
These work great. I had two of them installed - one on the roof of my garage, and the other over our master bedroom. So far, there is a noticeable overall difference of the in-room temperature since I've installed them. Our (gas fired) water heater is located in our garage and understandably generates a ton of heat. The garage is either warm in the winter, or hot as heck in the summer. After installing this turbine, I'd say it has been at least 10 degrees cooler during the daytime hours. They definitely work well for removing the hot air. Super quiet and smooth operation. While I'm a confident DIY-er, I was a bit nervous about cutting holes in my roof and was concerned about leaks, etc., so I had a contractor (friend) install them for me. So far, so good. I'm planning on purchasing a third unit to install over our main family room. Also, I have a black composite shingle roof. Even though you can't really see them from the street, the gloss black finish looks great and matches well with the roof. Great stylish finish compared to the standard industrial looking aluminum style!