Investing in a solar attic ventilation fan is a smart choice that will save you money in the long run. However, there are a few things you can do to optimize your fan and ensure you are getting your money's worth. 1. Optimize Your Fan's Sun Exposure It's important to ensure that your fan is receiving maximum sun exposure because those UV rays are what keep the fan running.
Ventilation Myth #1: Installing a Solar Ventilation Fan Will Damage My Roof FALSE This is a very common solar fan ventilation myth that makes some customers concerned. A quality attic fan will never damage your roof. A well-designed unit like the SolarRoyal SR1800 Solar Attic Ventilation Fan is specifically designed to prevent leaks around the installation site. A solar attic fan that allows water to seep into the attic
Our SolarRoyal SR1800 Series solar attic ventilation fans have been specifically designed to be simple to install and extremely user-friendly. However, we understand that there are many types of roofs, some of which provide unique installation challenges. Our SolarRoyal ventilation experts have designed a range of SR1800 Series accessories for SolarRoyal solar attic fans to make installation easy and pain-free on even the most challenging roofs. SolarRoyal 3" Aluminum Curb
When deciding which solar attic fan is right for you, it is essential to ensure you get the best quality and performance on the market. Anyone can say they have the best fan on the market, but if the design and performance of the fan itself are subpar, all those pretty marketing promises mean nothing. So, how do you tell which fan is the best? The proof is in
When shopping for your new solar attic ventilation fan, it's important to ensure you are getting the correct ventilation fan for your situation. Here at SolarRoyal, we off three different fans models to fit your individual ventilation needs and ensure we provide the right solution for every customer. Our most popular option is the SR1800 30watt Solar Attic Ventilation Fan. This fan provides top-of-the-line ventilation for most residential applications.
Solar Royal’s premier product is our SR1800 solar attic ventilation fan. Due to popular demand, we have launched a version of the SR1800 fan that is specifically designed for gabled roofs; the SolaVent 30Watt 'Reversible' Gable Ventilation Fan and Passive Vent Converter. The SolaVent is the most versatile 'Reversible' gable vent on the market, allowing the conversion of any existing passive roof vents into solar-powered active ventilation. Whether used
SolarRoyal SR1800 solar attic ventilation fans (30watt and 60watt) are easy to install. However, there are several installation mistakes that are commonly made during the process that all installers should be aware of. #1 Installation Mistake: Not removing the safety film from the solar panel after installing the fan Your SR1800 Solar Attic Fan (30watt and 60watt) comes out of the box with a safety film in place over
Proper maintenance is vital for the long-term well-being of your home and family. As the saying goes "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." Preventing problems is far cheaper and more effective than running around fixing them after they've already begun damaging your home. Last month we discussed 5 Indoor maintenance tips for maintaining the health and safety of your home. Here is a list of 5
Do you have questions about our products? Whether you are a current or prospective customer, here are some of the most frequently asked questions about our SR1800 Solar Attic Fan. Is a solar attic fan more effective than ridge vents? A ridge vent operates using natural air convection. As the air heats up, it rises. As the attic heats, hot air rises to the attic ridge, where it naturally flows out
Attic ventilation is not quite as simple as just installing a fan. If you want to ensure that your attic is properly ventilated, you need to do some homework before investing in an attic fan. Many residential attics only need one 30watt fan. However, this is not always the case. It is important to properly calculate the size of your attic so you know exactly how much ventilation is required