Remington Solar Attic Fan 20-Watt GRAY (Weathered wood)

$399.00 $349.00

Powered completely by free solar energy, this sleek and efficient vent is both compact and quiet. Fully operational right from the box, it installs easily, with no electrical wiring, no expensive electrician and city permits. Place it wherever you need improved circulation such as attics, lofts, workshops, storage sheds, garages, even barns. Texas Windstorm Certified. NOT Miami-Dade Certified. NEW ADD-ON FEATURE FOR 2015! – 110V Adapter for Hybrid Solar/House power! Only $79 Runs during the day on solar Runs at night using your house power (but only if your attic is still 80+ degrees)

    • 1280 CFM's


    1800 Sq/ft Attics

1994 in stock

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The Remington Solarâ„¢ Solar Attic Fan is a simple and environmentally sensible solution that can save you money. Powered completely by free solar energy, this sleek and efficient vent is both compact and quiet. Fully operational right from the box, it installs easily, with no electrical wiring, no expensive electrician and city permits. Place it wherever you need improved circulation such as attics, lofts, workshops, storage sheds, garages, even barns. Order now and get Free Shipping!

NEW FOR 2015- 110V Hybrid Power Adapter

Turn your Remington Solar attic fan into a plug-and-play hybrid. Here’s how it works: Your Remington Solar attic fan will run on the solar panel. When the sun goes down, normally, your fan would stop, even if your attic is still hot. If your attic is above 80 degrees F. after dark, then the “smart sensor” will draw from your house power and keep the fan running until the attic temperature drops below 80 degrees. (Only works on fans purchased after 3/25/2015) 3 year warranty on this adapter and fan.

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  • 1,800 sq/ft attics
  • Encased panel
  • Constructed of high performance steel.
  • Flashing and shroud are seamless ensuring weather tight installations.
  • Stainless steel animal protection screen.
  • Stainless steel hardware throughout.
  • Powder coated to withstand any environment.
  • Texas Windstorm Certified
  • NOT Miami-Dade Certified

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3 reviews for Remington Solar Attic Fan 20-Watt GRAY (Weathered wood)

  1. Murray Smith (verified owner)


    Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 31

    Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Really Helps With Los Angeles Heat!
    Before installing this fan we had a nonworking A/C attic fan. With the old fan the house was very hot when entering it after work. With the new fan the house feels cooler than outside even without the air-conditioning on. I watched a number of U-Tube videos and installed it myself. My installation was more difficult than most will be, because I had to repair the roof where the previous installer had done a very sloppy job.
    May 15, 2014
    Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by EASY TO INSTALL 1hr AND IT WAS DONE & RUNNING
    April 23, 2013
    Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ventilation by the sun
    This solar powered fan is of quality construction, easy to install and runs whenever there is sunlight. Impressed by the amount of air it moves. it made an instant difference in the attic. A great value.
    February 26, 2015
    Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Product so far
    This was easy to install and we hooked up a thermometer, the type where you have a gauge inside and a gauge that tells the temperature outside except that we put the outside one in the attic. The fan is definitely doing the job and how nice not to have an electric bill. We just have the solar panels down, no need to put at an angle in our case. Now we know our shingles will last. In the past 30 years, we had to re-roof our home 3 times and finally someone told us we needed better ventilation in our attic because the heat was "cooking" our shingles. We are happy with our purchase.
    August 12, 2014
    Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very easy installation . Less than 1 hour to complete
    Fan started running as I was installing it ! Very quiet operation. Video on-line was a great help in understanding the written instructions which were somewhat vague.
    September 17, 2013
    Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Should have bought two of them
    My handyman helped install it. He has all the right tools and is a craftsman, so we were able to complete a perfect install in about an hour and a half. You’ll need at least one tube of Henry’s sealant and EIGHT #6 STAINLESS STEEL WASHERS. They give you the screws, but no washers. If you’re installing on an asphalt shingle roof, you’ll need the washers to keep the screws from sinking through the shingles. We cut the hole, cut the nails under the shingles where the flange would slide, trimmed the shingles so we could slide the fan up between the shingles and the paper. Then, put the fan ON TOP of the shingles and the hole, MARK the screw holes on the shingles, then apply some sealant to the bottom of the fan, slide it up under the shingles, screw it down through the shingles (good thing you bought the stainless washers when you were buying the Henry’s), seal the shingles and the seams, and you’re done — almost. If you can access the fan from inside your attic, then go and CAREFULLY cut the little strap that lets the thermostat hang down. If you can’t access from inside the attic, then cut it before you slide it in. BE CAREFUL — there are two tie straps: one that holds the little plastic j-box to the fan that needs to stay on, and another tie strap that holds the sensor up until it’s installed. That’s the one you cut. Take a good look before you start snipping.
    September 28, 2013
    Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Attic Fan, Great Cost
    This solar powered roof vent or attic fan was very easy to install and works as advertised. It was by far the best one I found in terms of quality and value. I like the adjustable solar panels.
    September 2, 2014
    Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Very High Quality, Quiet Yet Powerful Fan
    Search all over available at store and online, this is the best one any can find in reasonable C/P! The solar panel has many small cells, either one gets blocked by tree shadow will stop the fan, which means all cells are in cascade, one of them gets no sun shine will open the circuit. One star off because of this. Not sure if other brands have the same issue.
    September 16, 2013

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Dr. Benjamin L. (re-posted from email) (verified owner)

    Dear Murray,

    Thank you for your follow-up on my attic fan purchase.

    Once I knew that the fan was shipped from your facility, I immediately scheduled a roofer for the installation-36 hours later my fan was on the roof…!

    The fan has made a very positive difference in the inside temperature on the upper level. The fan has dropped the inside temp. (upper level) from about 80 degrees to about 72 degrees. This is during the afternoon when full sun is hitting the roof. A very distinct difference in comfort level. Ahhhh…..what a nice relief…!

    I have a two-story home in the Washington, DC Metro area (Maryland side) where temps and humidity can get very high in the summertime. However, this summer hasn’t been as back as past summers. None-the-less, the fan has made a big difference in comfort. Air conditioner (AC; via heat pump) is on 24-hours a day for controlled temperature. The AC has not run as often since installation, definitely saving energy. However, I haven’t received my monthly utility bill to realize the actual savings. It will be difficult to calculate ($$) as I had a new high-efficiency heat pump installed just a few days prior to the fan installation.

    As an interesting fact, my roof has a ridge vent across the length of the roof. Some 20-years back I called my local electric company about installing a roof attic fan especially since they were espousing “energy savings” at the time. They argued that it was totally unnecessary to install an attic fan as the ridge vent served the same purpose and in addition could harm the effect of ridge vent. My ignorance at the time, I believed them. Also, now as I look back at this, they were totally wrong and were misinforming their customers.

    My apology for writing a lengthy email, but an attic fan is an absolute must to have installed. By riding of the hot air build-up in the attic, It helps cool the home and the comfort level is unbelievable different. With me telling you this is like preaching to the choir. I’m sure the fan will help provide a better life for the actual roof itself.

    Also, I want to ‘thank you’ for speaking with me and talking about the various fans. You definitely educated and informed me. Additionally, I’m glad that I upgraded to the 30-watt power fan as I believe it has help make a difference too. The fan gets a 5-star rating…!

    I’ve done the product registration and also already filled out the tax forms. Thanks.

    Best Regards, Ben

    Benjamin P. Lxxxxx, PhD, RPh, RAC

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Frank Sternberger (verified owner)

    Wow! I never knew anything about attic fans until i visited your site. Then I bought one last month and I can already tell a major difference. Stunned and impressed! Thank you for the support too.

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Assembled Depth (in.) 24 in Assembled Height (in.) 9 in
Assembled Width (in.) 24 in Color Family Grey
Cut-Out Diameter (in.) 14.5 Finish Powder coated steel
Manufacturer Warranty Lifetime limited non-transferable warranty on parts and manufacturer defects. No labor. Material Galvanized Steel
Material Galvanized Steel Maximum Air Flow Capacity (CFM) 1280
Power Type Solar Product Depth (in.) 9 (high from roofline)
Product Height (in.) 24 (flashing) Product Weight (lb.) 27
Product Width (in.) 24 (flashing) Returnable 90-Day
Ventilation Type Roof Voltage (volts) 24
Wattage (watts) 20 Wildlife Guard Yes