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Cools your garage & room above garage for 2 story or flat roof homes. Our GFT-18 Through Wall Garage Ventilation Fans keep your garage up to 20 degrees cooler or closer to ambient temperature. The GFT -18 Garage Fan is designed to mount in and through the sidewall of the garage, exhausting to the outside. Louvers on the fan close in the wall when the fan in not operational keeping out the elements and insects. An external louvered grill is supplied to cover the fan on the outside of the home.
We also offer our Premium Aluminum Storm Proof Exhaust Grill with bee screen that encloses the cavity in the wall. When the GFT-18 and the Storm Proof Exhaust Grill are used together it completes the GF-18 Fan installation in a most professional appearance.
Our GFT-18 through-the-wall garage fan is great for a 2 story home with rooms above the garage or flat roofed homes. Properly-sized intake vents are mounted in the garage door taking in outside ambient air and cool the garage. The GFT Garage fan moves air into and through the garage helping to cool it as much as 20 degrees or closer to ambient temperature. An adjustable 24 hour timer allows homeowners to decide when the GFT-18 should activate for their particular climate or season.
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- Up to 1,250 CFM Air Flow
- 14″ x 14″ In Size
- 24 Hour Timer On/Off Switch
- Saves Energy
- Fits 16″ and 24″ on center walls
Simple Through the Wall Fan Installation
Properly Sized Garage Door Intake Vents Included
Energy Efficient-Low Power Usage ($25 year)
High Air Flow Up To 1250 Cubic Feet Per Minute
Balances Garage and Outdoor Temperatures
Removes Condensation In The Garage
Sealed Self Lubricating Motor
Minimal Internal Impact on House Design
Positive Exhaust Air Flow
Effective for a Typical Three Car Garage
Home Owners Association Accepted
Two Year Warranty
Made In The USA
- CAN BE INSTALLED BY A HANDYMAN
Dennis and Marilyn –
We had our GFT-18 Garage exhaust fan and bug-proof garage door vents installed. Using your advice we used a timer rather than a thermostat to control its operation. In addition to keeping the garage to a temperature at 78- to 80 degrees F rather than the 90- to 95 degree F without the fan, our office above the garage now is remarkably cooler. Prior to the garage fan I installed a ceiling fan to help with the warmer room temperature in the office; it helped but even with bumping up the air conditioning the office remained the warmest room in the house. Now with the garage exhaust fan, the office temperature now has equaled to that of the rest of the house.
Moreover, our attic area, at temperatures in excess of 100 degrees F in Atlanta’s long summers kept our bonus room’s air conditioning unit running most of the daylight hours. At a home show we saw and contracted for a thermal-reflective insulated covering inside the attic that reduced the attic temperature to the upper 90′s. Although we had static “turtle” vents along the length of the roof, the heat seemed to simply hang in the attic area on either side of the bonus room. Following our conversation about the solar-powered exhaust fans, we opted for two of the units, one on each side of the bonus room. Since the installation of the solar fans the greatest temperature, and I’ve been monitoring to determine the fans’ efficacy, is 78 degrees F. What I found fascinating was rather than function from a thermostat the solar fans increase and decrease velocity with the intensity of the Sun’s rays. My wife initially complained that the fans weren’t working because she couldn’t hear them from the bonus room, I had to check them myself. Both were running at a rapid speed without a sound, and while in the attic a temperature check revealed the attic temperature at 78 degrees F. Because it is late in the season, we are encouraged for the coming year already experiencing a 10 degree reduction in the garage and an even greater temperature loss in our attic area. Our installer commented throughout the installation process on the ease of installation, quality of the fans and components, and wants to include similar equipment on a rehab project he has planned.
Dennis and Marilyn Wilson – Lithia Springs, Georgia