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Tubular Solar Skylight

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Tubular Solar Skylight. Each unit comes with 4′ of vertical tubing (2×2′). Additional lengths are available in 4′ sections. Skylight kits include each complete individual unit at the diameter you select plus 1 tube of silicone caulking.

The System

* High-impact acrylic dome

* Unique condensation release system
* Bug and dust proof sealing system
* Seamless air-craft grade aluminum flashing
* Water tight
* Fits all roof types
* Alanod Miro Silver 98% reflective light pipe
* Aluminum trim ring and stress collar
* Quick and easy 2 hour installation
* No structural changes or painting required

The Protection

* UV protection built-in no fading
* Virtually no heat gain or loss
* Condensation system keeps moisture outside
* The only dome with a factory mounted stress equalizing collar

For about the cost of a nice light fixture, we can bring the soft warm light of the sun into virtually any space in your home. Installed on any roof surface in under two hours, you will quickly realize the cost benefits of a Solar Light over incandescent and even traditional skylights. American Dream Solar Lights do not contribute to heat loss or gain, unlike standard framed-in skylights. And did you know that electric lights can add up to 40% of the average heat gain in a home?

As a bonus, American Dream Solar Lights often qualify for local tax credits as an energy conservation device. Check with your local dealer or local conservation authority.

Our skylight harnesses the natural light of the sun. In addition to being free, sunlight is psychologically and physiologically better for us. Sunlight offers the full visible spectrum of light which reduces eye strain, helps us to see better, makes our belongings look their true color and helps us, our pets and even plants to synthesize nutrients for healthier living.

Not only are tubular skylights a better choice for day lighting, but American Dream Solar Light are one of the best in their class with high standards for quality and functionality.

Why tubular instead of traditional skylights?

 

(Unit at right shown with optional black flashing)

Tubular skylights emit more light than traditional skylights because of the high reflectivity of the mirror-like light pipe.

Tubular skylights are far more energy efficient than traditional skylights. They are designed with a sealed shaft which minimizes the transfer of heat or cold into your home, unlike traditional skylights which generate heat.

Tubular skylights scatter 100% of the natural light spectrum through the use of a diffuser, thereby eliminating the spot light effect common with the traditional system.

99% of harmful UV rays are absorbed by both the specially designed dome and by the light pipe, thereby eliminating the bleaching effect on rugs and furniture.

Tubular Skylights are far more economical; a tubular skylight can be installed in less that two hours-a fraction of the time it takes to install a traditional skylight. No structural changes or painting required for the installation of a tubular skylight.

We use the highest quality materials in the manufacturing process. The entire unit was designed around performance, ease of installation and being able to withstand the weathering effects of any environment. The warranty is the best in the industry, 25 years.

 

• High quality materials throughout ensure no callbacks!
• Adapts to any type of roof system.
• Fits any roof pitch.
• Easy installation – very few steps to complete entire installation.
• Very attractive unit due to the ultra low profile.
• 25 year product warranty.
• NL Tubular Skylight has earned the ENERGY STAR®.
• Seamless to ensure no leakage.
• Easy snap-on diffuser.
• Exclusive dome stress ring isolates environmental stressing
of the dome ensuring weather tight, long lasting fit.

 

Made in the USA. Our 25 Year Product Warranty is best in the industry!
Natural Light Tubular Skylights have a 25 year warranty against manufacturers defects and deterioration. The manufacturer warrants its products and components to be free from defects in material and manufacturer’s workmanship for a period of twenty five years from the date of installation. This warranty is subject to proper installation of the unit in accordance with the manufacturer’s written installation instructions. The manufacturer will not be liable for any special, incidental or consequential damages.

Installation
Tubular Skylights can be installed in about 2 hours or less. Installation requires no painting or structural changes. Detailed installation instructions are provided with each unit.

ROOF
• Cut opening
• Install flashing
• Attach dome

ATTIC
• Measure tube length needed
• Assemble tube components

CEILING
• Cut opening for skylight
• Attach ceiling ring
• Snap on diffuser

ICBO Approved
ICBO ES evaluates building products and materials to determine whether they meet the requirements in the building and related codes. Natural Light Tubular Skylight has been tested and approved by the ICBO ES staff of professionally licensed civil, structural, fire, mechainical and quality control engineers. ICBO ES is the only globally accredited building code evaluation service in the US.

 

Earned the ENERGY STAR®
ICBO Tested and Approved
Florida Building Code Approved
Hurricane Tested and Approved

Tubular Skylights 10″ = $179.00
Each unit comes with 24″ of vertical tubing (2′). Additional lengths are available in 2′ sections @ $31.00 ea. Elbows @ $33.00 ea.

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Natural Fiber Insulation

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Our state of the art ultra efficient natural fiber insulation is the best value on the market today; dollar for dollar out performing foam, fiberglass or any other insulation.

Available to order by phone only, please call  877.224.1447

Our state of the art ultra efficient natural fiber insulation is the best value on the market today; dollar for dollar out performing foam, fiberglass or any other insulation. Price + Performance = Real Value
– Air & Sound Control
– Fire Safety
– Easy Installation
– Real Value in R-Value
– Retrofitting

9.99 per 30lb Bag
55 Bags per 1,000 sq. feet

Call for truck load pricing

– Cellulose insulation is extremely cost-effective to install

– Cellulose insulation has the highest amount of recycled post-consumer content among insulation products on the market today

– Cellulose insulation gives you the real value of the R-value you choose in every climate region

– Cellulose insulation creates a seamless seal in every nook and cranny of every structure so you get the maximum protection from air flow and noise infiltration

– Cellulose insulation has an invaluable built-in safety feature that slows the spread of fire allowing more time for a safer exit.

As concerned homeowners, we often let cost comparisons affect our buying decisions. But when it comes to insulating our home, your decision is one that lasts a lifetime.

Natural Fiber  insulation, when installed by professionals, gives you the peace of mind that you’ve made the right decision for comfort, protection, value and safety without compromise.

You can also be confident your decision helps minimize impact on our environment.Depending on your need, our Earth friendly fibers provide a range of benefits

* Chemical Resistance
* Insoluble
* Viscosity & Sag Control
* Shrinking & Crack Control
* Increased Strength & Reinforcement
* Improved Workability
* Extended Coverage & Bulking
* Texturizing Aid
* Absorbent
* Dimensional Stability
* Insulation
* Reduce Finished Product Cost
* Environmentally Green Ingredient

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Attic Guard

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Attic Guard thermal insulation for residential applications. Purchase by the roll, 4′ x 250′ @ $490.00 ea.

0.49 cents per sq. ft.

Effect of Attic Guard on Heating and Cooling Bills

Have heating and cooling effects been tested?

At present, there is no standardized method for testing the effectiveness of Attic Guard in reducing heating and cooling bills. But numerous field tests have been performed that show, depending on the amount of existing conventional insulation and other factors, Attic Guard are effective in reducing cooling bills, and also possibly heating bills.

Most of these field tests have been performed in warm climates where a large amount of air-conditioning is used. The Florida Solar Energy Center (FSEC) at Cape Canaveral has performed tests for a number of years using attic test sections, and has also performed tests with full-size houses. A test using a duplex house in Ocala, Florida has been performed by the Mineral Insulation Manufacturers Association. The Tennessee Valley Authority has performed a number of winter and summer tests using small test cells in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) has performed a series of tests using three full-size houses near Knoxville, Tennessee. The ORNL tests included summer and winter observations. So far, very little testing has been done in climates colder than that of Knoxville. Also, little testing has been done in hot, arid climates such as the southwestern United States.

The tests to date have shown that in attics with R-19 insulation, Attic Guard can reduce summer ceiling heat gains by about 16 to 42 percent compared to an attic with the same insulation level and no radiant barrier. These figures are for the average reduction in heat flow through the insulation path. They do not include effects of heat flow through the framing members. See Tables A1 and A2 in the Appendix for a comparison of measured performance.

THIS DOES NOT MEAN THAT A 16 TO 42 PERCENT SAVINGS IN UTILITY BILLS CAN BE EXPECTED. Since the ceiling heat gains represent about 15 to 25 percent of the total cooling load on the house, a radiant barrier would be expected to reduce the space cooling portion of summer utility bills by less than 15 to 25 percent. Multiplying this percentage (15 to 25 percent) by the percentage reduction in ceiling heat flow (16 to 42 percent) would result in a 2 to 10 percent reduction in the cooling portion of summer utility bills. However, under some conditions, the percentage reduction of the cooling portion of summer utility bills may be larger, perhaps as large as 17 percent. The percentage reduction in total summer utility bills, which also include costs for operating appliances, water heaters, etc., would be smaller. Tests have shown that the percentage reductions for winter heat losses are lower than those for summer heat gains.

Experiments with various levels of conventional insulation show that the percentage reduction in ceiling heat flow due to the addition of a radiant barrier is larger with lower amounts of insulation. Since the fraction of the whole-house heating and cooling load that comes from the ceiling is larger when the amount of insulation is small, Attic Guard produce the most energy savings when used in combination with lower levels of insulation. Similarly, Attic Guard produce significantly less energy savings when used in combination with high levels of insulation.

Most of the field tests have been done with clean Attic Guard. Laboratory measurements have shown that dust on the surface of aluminum foil increases the emissivity and decreases the reflectivity. This means that dust or other particles on the exposed surface of a radiant barrier will reduce its effectiveness. Attic Guard installed in locations that collect dust or other surface contaminants will have a decreasing benefit to the homeowner over time.

The attic floor application is most susceptible to accumulation of dust, while downward facing reflective surfaces used with many roof applications are not likely to become dusty. When Attic Guard are newly installed, some testing shows that the attic floor application will work better than the roof applications. As dust accumulates on the attic floor application, its effectiveness will gradually decrease. After a long enough period of time, a dusty attic floor application will lose much of its effectiveness. Predictive modeling results, based on testing, suggest that a dusty attic floor application will lose about half of its effectiveness after about one to ten years.

Testing of Attic Guard has been primarily concerned with the effect of Attic Guard on the heat gains or losses through the ceiling. Another aspect of Attic Guard may be important when air-conditioning ducts are installed in the attic space. The roof applications of Attic Guard can result in lowered air temperatures within the attic space, which in turn can reduce heat gains by the air flowing through the ducts, thus increasing the efficiency of the air-conditioning system. These changes in heat gains to attic ducts have not been tested; however, computer models have been used to make estimates of the impact on cooling bills.

Not all field tests have been able to demonstrate that Attic Guard or even attic insulation are effective in reducing cooling bills. In a field test performed by ORNL in Tulsa, Oklahoma, using 19 full-sized, occupied houses, neither Attic Guard nor attic insulation produced air-conditioning electricity savings that could be measured. As in all field tests, these results are applicable only to houses with similar characteristics as those tested. Unique characteristics of the houses used in this field test included the facts that the houses were cooled by only one or two window air-conditioning units, that the units were able to cool only a portion of the house, and that the occupants chose to limit their use of the units (initial air-conditioning electricity consumption averaged 1664 kilowatt-hours per year or about $119 per year).

How much will I save on my heating and cooling bills?

Your savings on heating and cooling bills will vary, depending on many factors. Savings will depend on the type of radiant barrier application, the size of your house, whether it is a ranch style or a two story house, the amount of insulation in the attic, effectiveness of attic ventilation, the color of the roof, the thermostat settings, the tightness of the building envelope, the actual weather conditions, the efficiency of the heating and cooling equipment, and fuel prices.

Research on Attic Guard is not complete. Estimates of expected savings, however, have been made using a computer program that has been checked against some of the field test data that have been collected. These calculations used weather data from a number of locations to estimate the reductions in heating and cooling loads for a typical house. These load reductions were then converted to savings on fuel bills using average gas furnace and central air-conditioner efficiencies and national average prices for natural gas and electricity.

ASSUMPTIONS. For these calculations, the house thermostat settings were taken to be 78F in the summer and 70F in the winter. In the summer, it was assumed that windows would be opened when the outdoor temperature and humidity were low enough to take advantage of free cooling. Also, it was assumed that the roof shingles were dark, and that the roof was not shaded. The furnace efficiency used was 65 percent, and the air-conditioner coefficient of performance (COP) was 2.34. Fuel prices used were 52.7 cents per therm (hundred cubic feet) for natural gas and 7.86 cents per kilowatt-hour for electricity.

Factors that could make your savings larger than the ones calculated would be: a summer thermostat setting lower than 78F, a winter thermostat setting higher than 70F, keeping the windows closed at all times, lower efficiency furnace or air-conditioner, or higher fuel prices. Factors that could make your savings less than the ones calculated would be: a summer thermostat setting higher than 78F, a winter thermostat setting lower than 70F, light colored roof shingles, shading of the roof by trees or nearby structures, higher efficiency furnace or air-conditioner, and lower fuel prices.

A standard economic calculation was then performed that converts the dollar savings from periods in the future to a “present value”. The dollar savings were also adjusted to account for estimates of how prices for natural gas and electricity are predicted to rise in future years. This calculation gives a “present value savings” in terms of dollars per square foot of ceiling area. When this value is multiplied by the total ceiling area, the result is a number that can be compared with the cost of installing a radiant barrier. If the present value savings for the whole ceiling is greater than the cost of a radiant barrier, then the radiant barrier will be “cost effective.” A real discount rate of 7 percent, above and beyond inflation, and a life of 25 years were used in the calculations.

Tables 34, and 5 give present value savings for Attic Guard based on average prices and equipment efficiencies. 
Table 3
 applies to the attic floor application, where the effects of dust accumulation have been taken into account. Since dust will accumulate at different rates in different houses, and since the effect of dust on performance is not well known, ranges of values are given for this application. Table 4 applies to Attic Guard attached to the bottoms of the rafters, while Table 5 applies to Attic Guard either draped over the tops of the rafters or attached directly to the underside of the roof deck. For comparison purposes, the same computer program has also been used to estimate present value savings for putting additional insulation in the attic; these values are listed in Table 6. By examining several options, the consumer can compare the relative savings that may be obtained versus the cost of installing the option. Generally, the option with the largest net savings (that is, the present value savings minus the cost) would be the most desirable. However, personal preferences will also enter into a final decision.

If you want a better estimate based on your local fuel prices or other equipment efficiencies, you may use the worksheet in the Appendix. Local fuel prices may be obtained from your local utilities.

Examples of Use of Present Value Tables

Example 1

I live in Orlando, Florida in an 1800 square foot ranch style house. I have R-11 insulation in my attic, and the air-conditioning ducts are in the attic. A contractor has quoted a price for a radiant barrier installed on the bottoms of my rafters and on the gable ends for $400. Would this be a good investment?

For this type of radiant barrier, the appropriate table is 
Table 4
. For Orlando with R-11 insulation, the present value savings is listed as $0.32 when the air-conditioning ducts are in the attic. Multiplying this value by 1800 square feet gives a total of $576. This value exceeds the quoted cost of the radiant barrier of $400, and thus this would be a good investment.

Example 2

I live in Minneapolis, Minnesota in a 2400 square foot two-story house. I have R-19 insulation in my attic, and have no air-conditioning ducts in the attic. A contractor has quoted a price for a radiant barrier installed on the bottoms of my rafters and on the gable ends for $250. Would this be a good investment? Would investment in another layer of R-19 insulation be a better investment? A contractor has quoted a price of $564 for adding this insulation.

For this type of radiant barrier, the appropriate table is 
Table 4
. For Minneapolis with R-19 insulation, the present value savings is listed as $0.08 when there are no air-conditioning ducts in the attic. Since the house is two-story, the ceiling area is 1200 square feet. Multiplying $0.08 by 1200 gives a total of $96. This value is less than the quoted cost of the radiant barrier of $250 and thus this would not be a good investment.

For adding another layer of insulation, the appropriate table is 
Table 6
. For Minneapolis, this table gives a present value savings of $0.57 for adding a layer of R-19 insulation to an existing layer of R-19 insulation. Multiplying this value by 1200 square feet gives a total of $684. This value exceeds the quoted cost of the insulation, and thus this would be a good investment.

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American Dream Extreme Spray Foam Gun

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This completely adjustable foam spray gun is designed to work together with American Dream Extreme Spray Foam Insulation. You can adjust stream thickness as well as the flow rate so you can fill any size void with just the right amount of insulation.

This completely adjustable foam spray gun is designed to work together with American Dream Extreme Spray Foam Insulation.
You can adjust stream thickness as well as the flow rate so you can fill any size void with just the right amount of insulation.

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10 Pack-American Dream outlet switch plate draft sealer

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Pack of 10. Eliminates drafts near around outlet plates. This insulation piece reduces the work load of your heating/cooling system. Thus, reducing your electric bill. This is a quick and easy fix for a very affordable price.

  • Save Energy and Money
  • Improves Comfort, Stops Drafts
  • Reduces Drafts
  • Outlet Foam Gasket Sheets

Homeowners can save on their energy consumption year round by doing one very simple task. Simply install our insulated switch and outlet covers to seal every socket and switch in your home. Why? Because of direct exposure to hot and cold winds, the outside walls of your home are exposed to drafts. The drafts flow through the inside walls via plumbing and electrical chases and leak through the interior outlets and switches. Even internal walls allow energy loss. All of your home’s outlets and switches allow drafts!!! We highly recommend replacing all of your socket and switch plates with our insulated wall plate systems for Maximum Savings. Not only is installation fast and easy, but it is also inexpensive. They are a great way to minimize your heating and cooling consumption. . Simply count up the number of and type / size of switch and outlet covers needed. Each cover is made of high strength plastic, and provided with an oversize insulated seal to stop air leaks and drafts. The reduction in your heating and cooling consumption will pay for these insulated covers in a short time! What are you waiting for? Order yours now!

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Furnace Whistle

Snap this air filter whistle alarm onto your furnace’s or air conditioner’s air filters to hear a whistle when the filter is dirty and needs changing.

If your air conditioner as running less than its optimum efficiency, you are just giving money away. This device will warn you if your air conditioner is running any less than its optimum efficiency. Meaning it’s now time to change the filter..

When your filters are dirty the hole in the whistle is the only part that doesn’t get plugged and consequently the only place where there is free air flow resulting in a whistle. Cleaning your air conditioning and heating filters regularly saves energy and money.

Product comes in two pieces that snap together through your standard fiberglass or paper furnace filter. You may need to cut a starter hole.  Be sure to remove the filter whistle when you change your filters so that you can use it again and again.

Manufacturers put filters in their furnaces to remove airborne particles that might damage the fan and the heating coil. When this “dust” builds up, it can also decrease the efficiency of your furnace, as the furnace has to work harder to pull air through the intake.  And that costs you money.  Change your furnace filters often.

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Condition: New product Snap this air filter whistle alarm onto your furnace’s or air conditioner’s air filters to hear a whistle when the filter is dirty and needs changing.

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Elbow for Tubular Skylights

On some installations, it may not be possible to install a straight run of light pipe. For those installations, Natural Light offers a 12″ angle adapter (or elbow). The angle adapter is constructed out of the same highly reflective material as our light pipe. The elbows are fully adjustable from 0 – 45 degrees allowing you to skew the direction of the light pipe to avoid attic obstructions. Other common applications include steep pitched roofs or cathedral roof installations. The angle adapters are available for all tubular skylight models.

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Condition: New product On some installations, it may not be possible to install a straight run of light pipe. For those installations, Natural Light offers a 12″ angle adapter (or elbow)

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Solar Attic Fan

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The environmentally sensible solution that can protect your home and save you money!

10 Watt system

20 Watt system

30 Watt system

• Reduces cooling load on AC units
• Operates on free solar energy
• Adjustable solar panel
• 3 models available to fit all roof types
• Powder coated aircraft grade aluminum
• 25 year product warranty

The Solar Attic Fan is a simple and environmentally sensible solution that can save you money. Powered completely by free solar energy, this sleek and efficient vent is both compact and quiet. Fully operational right from the box, it installs easily, with no electrical wiring, no expensive electrician and city permits. And let’s not forget powerful! Place it wherever you need improved circulation; attics, lofts, workshops, storage sheds, garages, even barns.

 

Attic venting is an important aspect in maintaining a healthy energy efficient home. Proper venting cools your roof extending the material life and reduces the load on your air conditioning system. Attic venting also increases fresh air circulation which reduces vapor build up generated by every day activities like showering and cooking.

Excess moisture trapped in your attic can cause a variety of problems from rust and rot to increased bacteria and mold counts which can have a direct impact on your respiratory health! Passive vents have been a part of building codes for years. Soffit vents, ridge vents and louvers rely on nature to provide sufficient air pressure and air movement. So the majority of the time your attic is stagnant and continues to build up heat and moisture.

1. Minimize backpressure of exhaust gases.

• AMERICAN DREAM incorporates an angled throat within the flashing that provides a venturi effect, which increases airflow.

• The AMERICAN DREAM Solar Attic Fan was designed from the ground up to minimize obstructions in the flashing and shroud.

2. Maximize the exposure of the sun to the solar panel.

• AMERICAN DREAM designed a mounting bracket that houses the solar panel that allows for angling the panel.

• AMERICAN DREAM offers an optional special order remote solar panel which is installed away from the attic fan housing. It is used in applications where there is limited sunshine where the unit is to be installed. The remote panel is installed in a sunny area, capturing maximum amount of sunlight and therefore achieving optimal attic fan performance.

3. Minimize the ambient temperature of the solar panel because power output rapidly declines as temperature increases.

 

• AMERICAN DREAM powder coats the entire assembly, inside and out, in a neutral gray color thus ensuring that it does not act like a heat sink.

• The solar panel mounting bracket allows for an envelope of cool air to continually circulate around the entire solar panel.

4. Adaptable to any location, roof type, in any environment.

• Our Solar Attic Fan is constructed of .080 (14 gauge) aluminum, the flashing and shroud are seamless ensuring weather tight installations.

• Stainless steel animal protection screen.

• Stainless steel hardware throughout.

• Powder coated to withstand any environment.

• Fifty year Neutral Cure silicone bonds the flashing to the roof.

Better by Design…The American Dream Solar Attic Fan is engineered to be the best, incorpoating the best features, the best materials and the best construction, making it the Natural Choice over our competition!

 

Adjustable Solar Panel

Our solar attic fan is designed with a mounting bracket that houses the solar panel allowing the panel to be angled for optimum performance. Many of our competitors offer a fixed solar panel which can hinder the units performance.

Powder Coated Inside and Outside

AMERICAN DREAM powder coats the entire assembly in a neutral gray color thus ensuring that it does not act like a heat sink. Many of our competitors either paint only the outside or do not paint the unit at all.

Aluminum Fan with 5 Blades

AMERICAN DREAM offers a five-wing precision balanced aluminum blade for the highest cfm output. Many of our competition offer only 3 or 4 blades and many are made of plastic.

Aircraft Grade Aluminum Flashing

AMERICAN DREAM solar attic fan flashings are manufactured from aircraft grade .080 gauge aluminum while many of our competitors flashings are manufactured from sheet metal or galvanized steel.

Aircraft Grade Aluminum Hood

AMERICAN DREAM solar attic fan hoods are also manufactured from air-craft grade .080 gauge aluminum while many of our competitors offer either polypropylene (plastic), sheet metal or galvanized steel.

EASY INSTALLATION – NO WIRING

• Reduces cooling load on AC units
• Operates on free solar energy
• Adjustable solar panel
• 3 models available to fit all roof types
• Powder coated aircraft grade aluminum
• 25 year product warranty

Energy Efficient Solar Attic Fans Qualify

for 30% Federal Tax Credit

 

At American Dream we have always been committed to achieving energy performance in our products and energy savings for our customers. We are very proud that all of our Solar Attic Fan models exceed the required standards to be eligible for up to $1,500 Federal Tax Credit.

The environmentally sensible solution that can protect your home and save you money!

The Solar Attic Fan keeps your attic cooler, and improves the lifespan of your roofing materials.

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Energy Saving Package

-Save Money
-Simple and Easy to Install
-Save Water
-Great for Rental Property
-Longer, Hotter Showers for Pennies a Day
-More Comfortable
-Seals and Tightens your Home

Take it with you when you move

Want to save energy and time, but don’t know where to begin…This is a great starter package whether you rent or own your home.

Just by applying these 6 easy solutions to saving energy, you could save hundreds every year.

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Water Heater Blanket

Water Blanket Reduces Heating Costs

* Easy to Install
* Easy cut-to-fit
* Fits Gas or Electric Units
* Contains No Fiberglass

The American Dream Single Bubble White Radiant Barrier Water Heater Blanket works by reflecting heat back into the water heater. The blanket can be installed in minutes, and fits both gas and electric units. American Dream Water Heater Blanket can save up to 20% on hot water heating costs (or about $4.00 per month)!

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