Solar Attic Fan

A Cool Attic Is A Cool Home - Beat the Summer Heat!

Cool your attic and protect your home all year long.

Our attic fans unite advanced motor technologies with progressive designs, delivering exceptional power and performance. The result is a ventilation system that efficiently vents hot air and moisture from your attic so it stays cool and dry, giving you greater comfort in your home. It not only helps your home stay cooler, but it also prolongs the life of your roof and air conditioner. The best part about our attic fans is they’re powered by the sun, so you save energy and reduce your utility bills. Plus their whisper-quiet operation won’t interfere with your day.  Don’t miss the Big Savings.  Additionally, the solar technology makes this product eligible for up to a 30% Federal Tax Credit!

Summer cooling

When the heat of summer hits, it needs to be vented from your attic to keep living spaces comfortable, air conditioning units from overworking, and roof structures and materials from deteriorating.

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Winter protection

When ice, snow, and cold temperatures outside combine with excess humidity inside, it can do serious damage to your home’s structure.


Solar Powered Attic Fans safeguard your attic from winter damage by:

• Equalizing attic and exterior temperatures
• Eliminating damage to insulation and framing materials produced by moisture
• Avoiding leaks and structural decay from ice damming
• Mitigating weakened internal structures caused by mold and fungus growth

Solar Powered Attic Fan options for your attic and your budget.

With solar-powered technology, Solar Attic Fans cool during the day with no cost to operate. They also require no electrical wiring and are virtually maintenance-free. So you get attic ventilation without the hassles.

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Roof Mount 1500: Compact and Powerful

For smaller attics, open ceiling garages and even sheds, you may not need as much power. That’s where the RM 1500 comes in. With a 16-watt solar panel, it creates just the right amount of airflow for efficient venting of heat and moisture.

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Roof Mount 2400: Big Power for Big Impact

Beef up your venting power with our biggest attic fan. The RM 2400 features a 35-watt solar panel that generates maximum energy for greater air movement.

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Interior Mount 1500: Works with Existing Attic Venting

Designed to mount inside your attic, the IM 1500 converts passive gable, dormer, powered and whirlybird vents into an active, solar-powered venting system. The 16-watt solar panel sits discreetly on your roof.

The right profile for the right roof.

Our attractive roof-mounted ventilation fans come in multiple profiles: The High Profile Roof Mount for locations with heavy snow loads. The Pitched Roof Mount for north-facing roofs when you need to improve exposure to the sun.

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Low Profile

Sleek design for the majority of roofs.

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High Profile

For locations with heavy snow loads.

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For north-facing roofs to improve exposure to the sun.

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Tile Roofs

Flashings integrate easily with tile roof structure.

Ideal accessories for your attic fans.

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RM 1500 Add-on Panel – For boosting performance

When shadows limit sun exposure and minimize the performance of your Solar Powered Attic Fan, supplement its operation with the RM 1500 Add-on Panel to ensure continuous operation throughout the day.

Add the Thermal Switch – Temperature Controlled Attic Fans

Maximize motor performance by adding Temperature Controlled Thermal Switch to any attic fan model. Using a thermal switch, the fan will turn off when it gets cold and turn itself back on when the temperature gets hot in your attic.  The thermal switch activates when temperatures reach approximately 85° F (29° C) and deactivates when temperatures drop below 65° F (18° C). Can be installed on all attic fan models.

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Solar Star Technology

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Application Guide