For years I covered my turbine vents with a plastic bag in winter because it lowered my heating cost. Now the Turbine Boss does the work.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) November 11, 2010
Turbine attic ventilators are metal, roof top vents that spin around in the wind. There are millions of them, but they suck warmth from a home in winter. Today a new louver gadget fits inside the turbine vent and reduces the winter heat loss by 80%. Homeowners can save money and lower their heating bills every winter.
The Turbine Boss is a patented damper device with movable louvers that automatically close in cold weather and open in hot. When the louvers close in winter, it stops the turbine heat loss. This simple invention needs no batteries. It runs on temperature. A thermostatic controller operates the louvers.
Inventor Tom Clark of Lancer United, Inc. says the Turbine Boss is 100% maintenance free, and fits all residential turbine vents. “Using a screwdriver, installation takes only a few minutes.” This automatic damper is molded of durable polymer and exhausts attic moisture in summer and winter. Mr. Clark advises customers to see it work before installing. “Put one in the refrigerator and wait 30-minutes. Check again, and discover the louvers have already closed. The homeowner knows it really works and saves energy!”
Priced under $30, this energy saver pays for itself quickly. It has a 25-year guarantee. Old turbine vents become more energy efficient with help from the Turbine Boss.
See details and video at: http://www.TurbineBoss.com. Available online only.
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