At What Temperature Should an Attic Fan Be Set on?


An attic fan should be kept at about 100 degrees, or as low as 40 degrees. This will vary depending on where you live and what season it is.
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Usually 210-230 degrees F.
To piggyback on the great answer from. Todd Gardiner. degrees are for ovens (normally for baking) With that said, many outdoor grills have a degree calibrated thermometer on them.
65-70 is the best range for a toasty, warm
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What Temperature Should an Attic Fan Be Set At?
Attic fans draw cooler outside air into the hot attic area through attic vents located either on the roof, or on the wall near the gable, to reduce the space's temperature. Lowering the temperature in the attic can lower the temperature in the rest of... More »
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The average temperature setting of an attic fan should be 110 degrees Fahrenheit. For areas with hotter climates, it is best set it higher so it does not run continuously.
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