Solar Fans

Allowing your attic to breathe is an important aspect of maintaining a healthy, energy efficient home. Without proper ventilation, radiant heat and moisture work together to cause a variety of problems, resulting in higher energy bills, mold outbreaks, and the deterioration of your home over time. Attic Breeze solar attic fans provide an effective solution to proper attic ventilation by continuously removing heat and moisture buildup.

Solar Power

With tax incentives and local energy company rebates at all-time highs, there has never been a better time to take advantage of solar power. We are your turnkey solution for solar power, from initial analysis, to design approval to getting your system installed by a local SEIA (Solar Energy Industries Association) Approved, Insured contractor; we do it all for you, at true wholesale pricing.

Radiant Barrier

We all know that attics are the most biggest areas of heat loss in our homes. Even though you may have fiberglass or other types of traditional attic insulation, you are still not completely protected from the wide range of outside temperatures, or, as you have probably surmised, from high power bills.

SOLAR ATTIC FANS

Allowing your attic to breathe is an important aspect of maintaining a healthy, energy efficient home. Without proper ventilation, radiant heat and moisture work together to cause a variety of problems, resulting in higher energy bills, mold outbreaks, and the deterioration of your home over time. Attic Breeze solar attic fans provide an effective solution to proper attic ventilation by continuously removing heat and moisture buildup.They do not have to be plugged in, and they do not have to work at night when it’s not as hot.

SOLAR WATER HEATERS

Solar water heating systems usually cost more to purchase and install than conventional water heating systems. However, a solar water heater can usually save you money in the long run.

How much money you save depends on the following:

  • The amount of hot water you use
  • Your system’s performance
  • Your geographic location and solar resource
  • Available financing and incentives
  • The cost of conventional fuels (natural gas, oil, and electricity)
  • The cost of the fuel you use for your backup water heating system, if you have one.

SOLAR POOL PUMPS

The conventional residential swimming pool pump uses electricity from the grid. On average, in the US, the cost of that electricity is about $80 to $120 per month for a residential pool, to power a pool pump where electricity costs are much higher per kilowatt hour. If that pump can be replaced with one that doesn’t require electricity from the grid, the pool owner can use that savings to pay for the cost of a solar powered pool pump.

Solar Roof

Solar Shingles have completely changed the way the world looks at roofs, simply by making them work harder. Instead of merely lying passively on your house, these shingles generate electricity from the sun’s rays to power your life – while still keeping everything inside protected from the elements. Between making electricity, saving you money and increasing your home’s value, they’re one of the smartest investments you can make for your home.