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Dallas Attic Fans


Attic fans keep your attic safe and your attic cool and ventilated all year long. An attic fan can save you up to 30% on your A/C cooling costs by just cooling your attic space. They allow you to cool and ventilate the largest portion of your home that A/C doesn’t reach. This process of cooling and ventilating your attic allows your home to stay cooler, longer because it is no longer working against your attic which can get up to 160ºF. An attic fan not only works to keep your attic cooler but it also keeps your home safe from humidity and heat damage!


So you got a whole house fan but need to add more venting. Sometimes that’s easy! Just add a gable and a few O’Hagins. But other times, it can be much more difficult. One area that can address the lack of venting is called “power venting.”

Power venting is the process in which a whole house fan is powered on and the attic fan is powered on as well to help move the air out faster.

We recommend using an attic fan to boost the ventilation when you are 1 to 2 square feet shy of the venting requirement.


Attic ventilation is crucial to homeowners because attics can be like an oven on top of your home, heating up your living space from above. When mid-summer comes around, a typical attic can reach temperatures of over 160 degrees! In a two-story home, this heat can make the top floor unbearable! Installing an attic fan helps to lower those outrageous temperatures in the attic, thus helping the home stay cooler. For this reason, they can help homeowners feel more comfortable.

If living more comfortably is not enough to attract you to an attic fan, perhaps saving money on your electric bill while preserving your most expensive home appliance will. All homeowners dread running their air conditioner. Families often fight over the thermostat, weighing the pros & cons before reluctantly turning their A/C system on, knowing their electric bill is steadily rising.

An attic fan’s ability to cool down the attic, something that the A/C can’t, will equate to a home that is cooler and an A/C unit that gets far less work than it usually does, which could save money on upsetting repairs further down the road.

Other A/C related anguish includes homeowners being frustrated by the apparent delay period for their A/C system. For the first few minutes, homeowners can hear their A/C system running but the home does not feel any cooler. The reason for this is the duct work for the air conditioner is surrounded by extreme attic temperatures. These temperatures obviously heat up the duct work so when the system is first turned on, it begins at a deficit. The duct work must first cool down before homeowners feel any noticeable difference in the living space. This is where the attic fan comes in! As we said before, attic fans greatly reduce the temperature in the attic which means your duct work will also stay cooler! This translates to your HVAC system reaching the set temperature much quicker, allowing it to run more efficiently, thus creating a more comfortable living environment, all while extending the life of your most expensive home appliance!


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