Solar fans are a great way to ventilate your attic space. However, there are a lot of myths and misconceptions out there about them. So, let's clear a few things up. Myth 1: Solar fans don't work when it is cloudy Solar fans absolutely work when it is cloudy. As long as the fan is receiving UV rays, those fan blades will be turning. Now, due to the reduction in
Solar-powered technology takes energy from the sun and converts it into thermal or electrical energy. Solar energy is an entirely green energy solution that's from a clean and abundant renewable energy source. As long as you have access to sunlight, your solar appliances will never run out of fuel. Solar technology is used in a variety of ways, including generating electricity, providing light, heating water, and even ventilating your home.
A big THANK YOU to everyone for visiting our booth at the “AHR Expo" in Orlando, Florida and the "International Roofing Expo" in Dallas, Texas! We also want to thank the expo staff for all their hard work putting both events together. They were both great events and we got to meet many of our valued customers. Hope to see you all again soon at the next roofing expo! Educate
With the rapid progression of technology, increasing numbers of homeowners are fitting their homes with all kinds of smart appliances. While these devices are often energy-saving as well as convenient, some homeowners don't take the necessary precautions to ensure their homes and appliances are protected. Today we are going to bust 3 home energy myths that could be costing you hundreds of dollars each year. Myth 1: Power surges usually
We're all familiar with the constant struggle to keep bills as low as possible. Today we are going to bust 3 home heating and cooling myths that could be costing you hundreds of dollars each year. Myth 1: Cranking the Heat up Will Warm Up the Room Faster For some reason, when we're cold and want to turn the heat up in the room, our first instinct is to crank
Solar Royal will be coming to the 2020 AHR Expo in Orlando, Florida February 3-5. Stop by booth 8392 to talk to one of our solar attic fan experts to learn why Solar Royal solar attic ventilation fans are the right fit for your business. We will also be attending the International Roofing Expo in Dallas, Texas February 4-6. Our solar attic fan experts will be at booth 6308 to
WindeeVent Product InformationThe WindeeVent is a revolutionary, passive garage ventilation system built to last utilizing the highest quality aluminum and an adjustable hand crank louver control. The WindeeVent opens and closes to allow constant airflow into the garage, keeping the garage and adjacent walls cool. WindeeVents are sold in pairs and include:Crank handles adjustable louvered ventsPaintable aluminum powder-coated finishRodent bug screenAllows airflow into garage 24 hours a dayReduces air temp
2019 Texas Roofing Conference A big THANK YOU to everyone for visiting our booth at the “2019 Texas Roofing Conference” hosted by the Roofing Contractors Association of Texas in Grapevine, TX! We also want to thank the RCAT team for all their hard work putting the event together. It was a great event and we got to meet many of our valued customers. Hope to see you all again soon!
Whenever a new product hits the market, there will always be skeptics. Is newer always better? Not always. But there have been some amazing advancements in technology over the last decade, particularly in the renewable energy market. Green energy products have taken the market by storm because--when they are made right--they really are a cost-effective, energy-saving investment compared to many of their electric counterparts. One such product is the solar
Basic home maintenance is important to maintaining your home. The roof should be an especially vital point on every home owner’s maintenance checklist. High on that checklist is protecting your rooftop from UV rays. A roof that has not been properly maintained will develop leaks. Leaks, of course, lead to water, mold and mildew damage in the walls, foundation and throughout the building which comprises the integrity of the house