Attic fan


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Attic fan

A fan typically mounted on the roof to create positive air flow through an attic that does not rely on wind or require excessive passive venting. It is connected to a thermostat and operates automatically.

attic fan

A propeller fan used to exhaust the air within an upper space of a house (such as a garret).
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That link to our roots - and climbing summer temperatures - is fueling a fan frenzy that ranges from attic fans that can cool an entire house to vintage tabletop fans like those seen in black-and-white movies.
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