TPI Gable Exhaust Fan - 1300 CFM, Model# GV-405-2B
Gable exhaust fan
Arrived in good shape with all parts. Easy to assemble brackets and installation only took 30 minutes. Quiet operation and thermostat works well. Air temp. in attic is about 25 degrees cooler with this fan running. The fan does a great job.
August 21, 2012
Attic Fan a Winner
Arrived on time with easy-to-follow installation instructions. Took less than half an hour to prepare, secure in place, and hook up. Works flawlessly and already making a difference in whole-house cooling. Excellent product, low price, easy installation. A winner.
August 13, 2012
Great For Greenhouse Ventilation
I bought 4 of these for greenhouse ventilation...they work great. I'll be adding more for my next greenhouse(s).
May 7, 2012
Pretty good, but a couple issues
Was bent a bit from shipping, and was banging the brackets, but bent back to shape. No wiring instructions included. I had to figure out how to wire it to use the thermostat. That took a few different wiring attempts to figure out. Just know you can't tie all the black wires together.
September 22, 2011
TPI Gable Exhaust Fan
Easy to install, works great, just like the ad said. I put the fan in my manufactured home to help with the summer heat here in Oklahoma. The fan comes on and turns off automatically so after it's in, you don't have to even think about it anymore! Great buy.
June 13, 2011
TPI Gable Exhaust Fan
Northern Tool has the lower price if you are looking for an exhaust fan. Their service is the best. The exhaust fan was very easy to install and it does a great job keeping my attic much cooler.
August 23, 2010
Hot summer days made better!
Our attic was just getting way too hot and that heat would slowly but surely radiant down into the house making it that much more miserable. So after weighing all of the pros and cons we decided to go with a non solar powered model and this fit the bill perfectly.
Installation was a bit tricky because of how our gable end is. Within three hours we had it installed (along with a new larger gable end vent) and working. We set it to switch on about 115°F, so when it's a little over 90°F outside, we'll hear it kick on.
Cost to run during the summer has been next to nothing. In fact it has reduced our summer cooling bill by $10-$15 a month! In no time it has paid for itself that and the comfort level in our house has greatly increased.
Easy to install (so long as you are good at running some wire), works exceptionally well, and well worth the cost!
June 1, 2010