U.S. Sunlight Has Now Expanded Its Solar Ventilation Line to Include the Tubular Multi-Purpose Ventilation Kit

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The U.S. Sunlight Multi-Purpose Ventilating Kit is now available – consisting of a ventilating grill for the ceiling lens and a tube that connects to a U.S. Sunlight fan to effectively ventilate almost any space below the attic.

Multi-Purpose Ventilation Kit

U.S. Sunlight continues to offer new products that improve energy efficiency while utilizing solar power. The Multi-Purpose Ventilation Kit is the latest product to provide a solution for active ventilation in even more situations.

The award winning solar attic fans from U.S. Sunlight are industry acclaimed for innovation, quality, and ease of installation. With the many benefits of active ventilation, U.S. Sunlight has provided a perfect solution for attic ventilation, and with the All Purpose Ventilator, the capability to effectively ventilate any crawlspace or shed as well. Now, U.S. Sunlight is pleased to offer the latest accessory – the Multi-Purpose Ventilation Kit to easily ventilate almost any space below the attic. Essentially, the solar attic fan is installed on the roof, with a flexible tube attached below it and tunneling to the ceiling where a ventilation grill is installed. This makes the Multi-Purpose Ventilation Kit the perfect solution for ventilating garages, bathrooms, laundry rooms and more. Additionally, the Solar Attic Fan connected to the Multi-Purpose Ventilation Kit is still compatible with the innovative Solar Controller® to allow for continued operation after the sun has set.

CEO of U.S. Sunlight Corp, Geoffrey Foreman, states, "U.S. Sunlight continues to offer new products that improve energy efficiency while utilizing solar power. The Multi-Purpose Ventilation Kit is the latest product to provide a solution for active ventilation in even more situations. The possibilities are endless, from ventilating your garage to a commercial building, all while harnessing the power of the sun. This is how we continue to provide ‘alternative energy for everyday life.’”

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