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How Can an Attic Fan Benefit Me?

Homeowners today are always on the lookout for ways in which to make their homes more efficient. There are a few reasons for this, not the least of which is simply how costly energy and fuels are today. Other homeowners may be looking for ways in which to cut down on energy consumption in order to be more eco-friendly. Regardless of your reasoning, know that the professional technicians and electricians on the G&S Heating, Cooling & Electrical, Inc. team are here to help. One option well worth your consideration is the attic fan. To schedule exceptional attic fan services in North Seattle, contact a member of our staff today.

What Is an Attic Fan?

If you are just picturing a ceiling fan installed in your attic, think again. An attic fan is actually a powered ventilation device which is used to exhaust hot air out of the attic in a home while drawing cooler air in. We all know that heat rises, and if you’ve ever had cause to enter your attic in the summer season, you know how incredibly hot it can get up there. By using an attic fan, you exhaust much of the heat out of your attic in order to cool it down without having to run an air conditioner in this uninhabited space.

Why Use an Attic Fan?

You may be wondering why you should consider using an attic fan, considering the fact that you may not be up there all that much. Well, having a section of your home reach such high temperatures can cause a few problems. While heat may rise, remember that heat also seeks to move to cooler areas. This can lead the heat from your attic to radiate throughout the structure of your home. In doing so, your air conditioner is going to work harder in order to cool your house, driving up energy costs. Using an attic fan can help to prevent this, thus making your home a more efficient place to live. Contact us today to learn more or to schedule your attic fan services with an electrician you can trust.

 

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