Waitsfield, VT (PRWEB) March 07, 2013
Houseneeds.com, The Vermont based internet seller of energy efficient, environmentally friendly heating and ventilation products, has announced that they will debut their newest product, The HNSF Solar Attic Fan at the Burlington Home Show, this Saturday and Sunday March 9th and 10th, at the Sheraton Conference Center in South Burlington Vermont.
The HNSF-20 Watt Solar Attic Fan is a solar-powered attic ventilation system that is completely self-contained. When the sun is shining on the Solar Attic Fan's solar panel, electricity from the panel turns a powerful fan that moves up to 1275 cubic feet per minute of hot attic air out of your house. That means humidity and temperature levels never reach critical activation levels that trigger electric powered attic fans. The HNSF-20 Watt Solar Attic Fan requires NO electrical hook-ups, NO electrician and it requires NO cost to operate. Kit includes one 20-watt Solar Panel, High Output Fan, Stainless Steel Small Animal Screen and the casing is made out of Aluminum, not galvanized metal for long lasting performance.
Houseneeds specializes in all kinds of heating equipment—from Wood, Gas, and Pellet Stoves and Boilers, to electric heating sources of all shapes and sizes. Whether homeowners are looking to replace an entire system, or just get some quick heat going in their houses, Houseneeds can help them all.
For further information on Houseneeds product lines, visit: http://www.houseneeds.com
Houseneeds.com was created in 1999 in the heart of Vermont’s Mad River Valley. Houseneeds.com has made it their mission to bring the best in energy efficient environmentally friendly products from all over the world to homeowners across North America. Houseneeds.com offers Common Sense Heating, Cooling and Green Energy Solutions with a level of friendly expertise that cannot be rivaled anywhere. Contact us at 866-Heat-123 or visit our website 24 hours a day at Houseneeds.com
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Joshua Meyer is a freelance journalist based in Burlington, VT. He received a Bachelor of Liberal Arts from Goddard College in Plainfield, VT in 2000. His focus is on Energy efficient Heating products and Green Technology. Mr. Meyer is currently at work on a children's book that helps explain the current energy and environmental concerns we face today.