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 How much electricity does an attic fan use?

Answer On the hottest summer day, an attic fan uses about 400 watts of energy, which averages about $40 a month for the typical homeowner. During cooler months or in cooler climates, usage--and cost--will... Read More »
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What is the name of the 90's tv show where a young girl and boy visit their grandmother's attic where they read a magic book that tells them a story in animation and there's also a bear in the attic?

You are not alone! I am looking for this as well! I remember the book would shake and fall off a shelf and they would come in and see the story open on the floor! It is nice to know someone else is... Read More »
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Can You Replace an Attic Fan Motor From Inside the Attic?

Attic fans help keep homes cool by collecting warm air and expelling it from the attic. Whether or not you have an air conditioner, an attic fan can be useful. While most attic fans never require s... Read More »
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Are there any problems using appliances purchased for 120v 60Hz electricity on 120v 50Hz electricity?

A very important note There is no such thing as a 120 volt 50 Hz service! (But see >> Correction!
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DIY Attic Fan?

A roof fan can help in bringing down your summer electric bills by pulling the hot air out of your attic. Operated on the thermostat, the roof fan will turn itself on at a preset temperature in you... Read More »
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