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Solar Attic Ventilation

Attic ventilation has a direct effect on the amount of heat that is transferred into your home. As a general rule, the lower the attic temperature, the less heat-gain into your home’s living area. Unfortunately, common passive attic ventilation methods are not very effective at reducing attic temperature, typically producing only 1-2 attic air changes per hour. The roofline negatively affecting air movement can cause this or perhaps the home is oriented in a manner that blocks adequate airflow. The solution is finding a better method of ventilation.

Letting your attic breathe is an important aspect of maintaining a healthy, energy efficient home. Without proper ventilation, attic heat buildup will directly impact your electric bills, as well as the performance and unit life of your A/C system. Solar attic fans provide an effective ventilation solution by continuously removing attic heat and moisture buildup throughout the day, resulting in a more comfortable home that requires less energy to cool. With solar fan models available for virtually every residential and commercial application, The Heat Busters are your “go to” resource in solar powered ventilation.

The Heat Busters sell and install the two best lines of Solar Attic Fans on the market. We know that lifetime warranties, tough construction and high throughput rates (CFM or Cubic Feet per Minuet) are “must haves” for our customers and we settled for nothing less than the best!

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Federal Tax Rebates – 
The Federal tax credit for solar attic fans, which has been identified as “Solar Electric Property” as defined by IRS Notice 2009-41, “Credit for Residential Energy Efficient Property”.  The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 has been extended through 2016 and Solar Powered Attic Fans are still eligible for a 30% (up to $1,500) federal tax credit on the purchase price of the fan and installation costs provided the installation occurs between January 1, 2011 and December 31, 2016.