I measured the temperature today to compare tomorrow after the fan has been running. The Weep Mizer which the probe in outside a couple of inches from the roof said 95. Then the thermometer about a foot or two from the roof said it was 88 inside. I just know it was very hot today especially on the roof.
I drilled a hole from the inside of the equipment room. Then I marked my plan of attack.
Here are some of my crappy tools I used to mount the fan. My crappy riveter which I got from Harbor Freight. I had problems using it to rivet. But it could be me because I have not riveted anything sense high school. Also, my Skil saw is crappy or I can not use it correctly either. It dropped three blades into the equipment room. The chuck thing is bad I guess. Also, I broke one blade myself. My cool GMC drill worked flawlessly but it also has chuck problems sometimes. I only buy the best drills. Actually my DeWalt has two dead batteries.
Fan installed and riveted down.
I used Great Stuff because it is great stuff. My plan is to put roof patching material over the gaps and over the great stuff.
I hooked the fan up to the power and everything worked the first time. I think that it will really make a difference. But I will be able to tell tomorrow.
It was funny as soon as I wired the fan to work. I saw a wasp in the equipment room. The fan turned on and the wasp flew directly into the fan and got killed.