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Should we replace broken solar powered attic vents?

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Dec 05, 2012 01:00 AM
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We live in hawaii. Temps are 80-90 daytime and 65-72 nighttime. We like the house around 78. Only run a/c maybe 45 days a year. 4000 sq ft house with tile roof, continuous soffit vents and 6 inch batting insulation. We have 4 broken solar powered attic vents installed on the roof now. We have a solar pv system with extra capacity so power is essentially free.




 

 

We live in hawaii. Temps are 80-90 daytime and 65-72 nighttime. We like the house around 78. Only run a/c maybe 45 days a year. 4000 sq ft house with tile roof, continuous soffit vents and 6 inch batting insulation. We have 4 broken solar powered attic vents installed on the roof now. We have a solar pv system with extra capacity so power is essentially free.

Let me first turn this around - what made you notice that they were broken? Was it because of an issue, or did you just happen to be up there...


 

 

 
 
 

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