Garage ventilation fan is a major health problem. Hazardous gases are routinely built up in the garage. The car is a major culprit, contributing fumes, gas, oil, and even antifreeze and any other liquids that can leak. Install ventilation in the garage is the only way to permanently solve the problem. Attic fans are available in a variety of sizes and with features that make them the perfect solution.
Select the best location for your garage ventilation fan. The fan must not be pointed to the winds, as this simply blows the smoke back into the building. Measure your garage. Fans are rated for the amount of cubic air moving. Choose the right size fan for your garage. Also, since this fan not is locked into the attic, select a fan with a safety cage or other coating on the inside to prevent contact with the spinning blades.
Keep the shutter panel to the wall where the fan is to be installed. Use the level to ensure that the shutter panel is straight. Trace around the shutter with a pen. On the inside of the garage, drilling a large hole near the corner of the inner row. Insert the blade of the saber saw in the hole. Place the automatic shutter on the outside of the garage. Attach to building with wood screws. Cut a square of plywood 6 inches larger than the fan. Place the garage ventilation fan at half-inch plywood. Drill a small hole near the trace line of the blade of the saber saw. Search for the top of the fan. The motor has a vertical orientation of the brackets labeled as the top. Placing the fan inside of the hole in the garage wall. The new shutters now cover the outside of the hole. Screw the plywood frame to the studs in the wall