"Still Hot Even With Your A/C Blasting?
Sweating? Can't Sleep While Your A/C
Keeps Burning Your Hard-Earned Cash?"

Who else wants to be rescued from brutal summer heat? Your attic will never
ever get up to 150 degrees again, so the rooms below your attic will be cooler.

"Running an air conditioner without an attic fan is like
burning $100 bills in your barbecue" -Jet Fan Man

   

ATTIC FAN ARTICLES

From ComEd's, "Home Energy Efficiency - 101 Ways to Conserve Energy":

Tip #38: ATTIC VENT FAN
When it's 95 degrees outside, the temperature in your attic can be as high as 130 degrees. This layer of heat makes it more difficult to cool your living space. An attic fan - whether it's at a window, gable vent, or through the wall or roof - can pull that hot, dead air out of the attic and reduce your attic temperature by as much as 35 degrees. Your air conditioner doesn't have to run as often when it isn't fighting the hot attic. With an attic fan, you also save on the amount of air conditioning equipment you need.


From the "Naperville Sun", Wednesday, March 3, 1999:

Local company makes big fans of its customers
Unless people spend time in their attic during the summer, they may not realize how hot it gets. Attic temperatures frequently approach 150 degrees during hot summer days.

Ever wonder why it's difficult to cool the upstairs or why air-conditioning electric bills are so high? It's often because the air conditioner has to fight the effect of the attic heat that gets into your house.

According to studies by the Home Ventilation Institute, home owners my experience as much as 30 percent savings on air-conditioning costs with an attic fan. Commonwealth Edison says air conditioners don't have to run as often when a house isn't fighting a hot attic. Any home with an unfinished attic needs an attic fan. An attic fan can: save homeowners up to 30 percent on their cooling bills, decrease temperatures in upstairs rooms by up to 10 degrees, lengthen roof life by keeping shingles cooler, add resale value to your home.

Jet Fan Installations of Villa Park is the only company that has exclusively installed attic fans for the past 15 years. After installing about 15,000 attic fans, the company has manufactured the Jet Fan, also known as "The World's Best Attic Fan," according to Jet Fan Installations.

Jet Fans are built to survive Chicagoland's high winds," Jet Fan said, "They're all metal and rustproof with stainless-steel bolts that don't leave rust streaks down your roof. The truly heavy-duty screen actually stops surprise attacks from birds or squirrels trying to get into your attic.

All The Jet Fan components are American-made. The electric motor is permanently lubricated with dual thermal protection for added safety, and it has a capacitor for added life and efficiency. An accurate thermostat turn the Jet Fan on and off automatically, and a firestat (included) shuts the fan off in the event of a home fire.

The Jet Fan is quiet and maintenance-free. Jet Fan's limited warranty includes labor and is prorated for 10 years with a discount for homeowners for as long as they own their home if they ever need a replacement.

For more information about Jet Fan Installation, call 1-800-JET-FAN3.


From the "Chicago Sun-Times", Sunday, April 19, 1998:

Jet Fan helps keep house cooler in summer
After Chicago's unusually warm winter, many meteorologists are predicting a hot summer. That's why you need Jet Fan Installations of Villa Park; who has been specializing in attic ventilation for 15 years.

A Jet Fan is a high quality attic fan that mounts on the roof behind the peak so it won't show from the front of your home. The fan turns on and off automatically with a thermostat that is not available on other off the shelf fans. Jet Fan Installations has two sized in both the Economy Series and the Jet Fan Series attic ventilator.

Jet Fan provides sales, service, and installations. The company guarantees quotes over the phone and waterproof rooftop installations are guaranteed not to leak for the life of the roof. It also provides a complete system including wiring, master shut-off switch, and intake vents. Works is performed during daylight hours seven days a week. A typical installation takes about two hours.

Four installers work hard to keep the company on schedule during the spring and summer rush. The company plans to install more than 1,000 fans in 1998. Jet Fan attributes the business success to the appreciation homeowners have for the quality thermostat and motor of a Jet Fan.

A Jet Fan is a trouble-free fan that comes with a warranty that's pro-rated and includes the cost of labor if you ever need a replacement.

Jet Fan can be contacted 24-hours a day, seven days a week at: 1-800-JET-FAN3. A Jet Fan estimator will call back within 48-hours.


From the "Chicago Tribune", Wednesday, February 9, 1994:

Despite the cold, it's time to think cool
Jet Fan Installations in Villa Park can help you cut your energy costs in the coming months. While it may seem early to start thinking about summer cooling bills, scheduling an installation now saves money.

Any home with unfinished attic space will stay about ten degrees cooler with the use of an attic fan. Houses with central air conditioning will save about one third on energy costs with an attic fan.

Attics, the worst source of heat, reach as high as 150 degrees in the summer. A fan draws the hot air out of the attic at a cost of about 30 cents a day.

If you can tell Jet Fan the age and style of your house, the approximate size in square feet, and the relative slope of your roof, they can give you a price quote on the phone. Knowing the existing number of vents also helps to get an accurate figure.

Jet Fan offers a two-year unconditional warranty on their work and materials and a ten-year prorated guarantee on the fans. For more information call 1-800-JET-FAN3 (800-538-3263)


From the "Chicago Sun-Times", Sunday, March 18, 1990:

Attic fan cuts cooling costs
This winter's freezing temperatures may leave you shivering and longing for the warm lazy days of summer, but don't get caught in a Midwest heat wave unprepared.

While turning up the heat can help take the chill out of winter, living in a home without proper attic ventilation can make those summer days and nights hot, sticky, and unbearable.

"Poorly ventilated attics may reach temperatures as high as 150 degrees," says Jet Fan Installations.

Not only the heat can kill you, though, Homeowners without adequate attic ventilation could be paying up to one-third more to cool their homes, not including the money spent to fight the effects of humidity and heat.

"Installing an attic fan will cool the hot air down so your air conditioner will have less work to do. Adding an attic fan along with your air conditioner can give you the most efficient cooling system," Jet Fan said.

As for homes without air conditioners, there is still hope for beating the heat. Jet Fan Installations can install a whole house fan to circulate air from the windows and draw hot air out of the attic.

"People have a lot of concerns about energy conservation," said Jet Fan. "We're happy to talk to people over the phone."

Jet Fan Installations will give a no-obligation estimate of the cost of the job and offers a two-year unconditional guarantee. For more information, call 1-800-JET-FAN3.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

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