Police, Drivers Rally to Repair Potholes at Red Light

first_imgOfficers of the Liberia National Police (LNP) operating in Paynesville, with contributions from taxi drivers, marketeers and some community dwellers in the commercial district of Red Light, Paynesville, have begun repairing major potholes on the main streets.Police depots at Zones 5 and 9 jointly initiated the project over the weekend. The venture is expected to curtail the huge traffic that usually stalls movement of vehicles.The field coordinator of Du-port Road taxi parking station, D. Wellington Saye II, said he and his colleagues are impressed with the new dimension police operations have taken, particularly so with the police embracing communities as partners, not only in fighting crimes but also in contributing to infrastructural development.“These holes are causing lots of damage and too much of time to all of us here as we use this road. Because of the need to watch out for pedestrians and street sellers, drivers have to always be more careful than required in driving on this road. But with the Police’s engagement of the community nearby and all of us as drivers, we welcome their effort and are supporting it through contribution of money to buy cement and crushed rocks so as to make it very solid,” Saye said.He said while national government looks for money to rehabilitate or construct roads, it is important that residents of communities across the country take some initiatives, particularly in taking care of holes that pose danger to moving vehicles and pedestrians.“It happens in other countries where people don’t wait for government to pave or recondition an alley or even a major street. They care and believe that it is about their well-being and community improvement,” he noted.Even though he did not say how much his team has contributed towards the closing of potholes with cement and crushed rocks, Saye noted that they will stand by the police until all the major holes impeding free vehicular movement in Red Light are taken care of.For his part, a commercial taxi driver, Jerroh Lighe, said he was delighted that police officers are not just pursuers of criminals and violators of laws but development-oriented persons.“The police are getting responsible, professional and mature in dealing with issues now as compared to recent years. At least these days violations, though not seen as crimes, are taken care of professionally; even though some police officers are still not on track in terms of knowing how to handle cases. We hope the new Inspector General of Police will do his best to support the pro-poor agenda of President George M. Weah,” Lighe said.When contacted via mobile phone, the spokesperson of the LNP, Woods Nyanton, said what the police in Paynesville are doing is welcoming. He hopes others across the country will follow suit.“Even though I cannot tell you how much that project will cost in total, the commanders at Zones 5 and 9 have told our office that they are in a good relationship with drivers, business persons and nearby community dwellers that are also willing to contribute according to their own capacities towards the fixing of the roads,” Yonton said.He commended the leadership of the LNP in Paynesville for the initiative and admonished them to be professional in doing what they have started.“When the many potholes are taken care of, traffic control will become easier and there will not be too much delay in entering or coming from Red Light,” Nyanton said.Nyanton promised, in consultation with the Inspector General of Police, Patrick Sudue, to find out from the commanders of Zones 5 and 9 on what will be the total cost of repairing the potholes. He encouraged the police to be loving and friendly with the people they serve.“Activities, such as what they are doing, speak of police preparedness to serve with humility and sacrifice in the interest of our fellow citizens and all others who reside within our country,” he boasted.He said Zones 5 and 9 commanders have informed him that the project will resume on Sunday, March 25, as done over the weekend. This will help prevent traffic congestion or the  inconvenience of the movement of people while work is being done.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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2020-01-14

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Senators reject chance to immediately kill tanker ban but bill not safe yet

first_imgOTTAWA, O.N. – The Senate has rejected a committee report that recommended scrapping the Trudeau government’s bill to ban oil tanker traffic in the environmentally sensitive waters off northern British Columbia.But that’s not a guarantee the bill will survive.A number of Independent senators are opposed to the bill but nevertheless voted against the Conservative-written report of the Senate’s transportation and communications committee because they felt it was too partisan and inflammatory.- Advertisement -They also want a chance to propose amendments to the bill.The report asserted that the bill is politically motivated and will divide the country, inflame separatist sentiment in Alberta and stoke resentment of Indigenous Peoples; it also accused the Trudeau government of intentionally setting out to destroy the economy of Alberta, where the Liberals have little hope of winning seats in this fall’s federal election.Had senators voted to accept the committee report, the bill would have been killed immediately; rejecting the report means the bill will proceed to third reading in the Senate, during which amendments can be proposed.Advertisementlast_img read more

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2020-01-10

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Perfect signing? The French midfielder who could get Man United back to the top

first_img Yohan Cabaye has been linked with a move to Man United It is no secret that Man United have struggled across the pitch this season and while boss Louis van Gaal calls for patience, football statistics analysts WhoScored.com believe they have identified the perfect signing to help the Dutchman restore the club to their winning ways. Head over to WhoScored.com for plenty more Man United stats.It’s fair to say Louis van Gaal’s start to life as Manchester United boss has not panned out as expected. The Red Devils currently sit 13 points behind league leaders Chelsea and have shown no signs that they are possess the ability to close the gap between themselves and the Blues.Defence has often been United’s Achilles’ heel this season, though they have also struggled to break down teams who sit deeper. That they needed a goal from distance to overcome Crystal Palace last weekend is a case in point.As the January transfer window edges closer, a host of players are being linked with moves to Old Trafford, with Paris Saint-Germain’s Yohan Cabaye among them. Despite only signing for PSG a little under 12 months ago, Cabaye’s future in the French capital remains uncertain following a series of underwhelming performances for the Ligue 1 champions, reflected in his poor WhoScored.com rating (6.64) this season.His arrival earlier this year swelled PSG’s midfield ranks, a position teeming with talent, but the form of Blaise Matuidi, Marco Verratti and Thiago Motta meant Cabaye has been unable to hold down a regular starting spot.With Javier Pastore also seemingly ahead of Cabaye in the pecking order, a move away from the Parc des Princes in January could make sense. Despite a lack of playing time and a series of poor performances in recent months, the 28-year-old is still regarded as one of the better midfielders in Europe. His WhoScored.com rating in his final season in the Premier League (7.48) was the 10th best in England’s top tier and it’s no coincidence that Newcastle’s form dipped once he left for France.Two league goals to his name in 25 Ligue 1 appearances is not a good return for a player in his position, but seven goals and two assists in his 19 league games for Newcastle last season is much more commendable. His average of 1.7 key passes-per-game for Newcastle last season could be utilised by Van Gaal in a team boasting Wayne Rooney, Robin van Persie and Radamel Falcao in attack. The main question would be where Cabaye would fit into his plans though.In each of their last four games, Man United have lined up in a 4-1-4-1 formation, a system that has seen them win five points from a possible 12. If Van Gaal were to continue with this line-up, then Cabaye would be a natural fit in the midfield quartet behind the striker. The Frenchman, however, is better suited in a system where he alone is deployed in the number 10 role, either in a 4-2-3-1 or a 4-3-1-2, the latter of which United have shown a propensity to use, having adopted it on four occasions this term.With the players at Van Gaal’s disposal, and having picked up nine of their 16 points in this system, some feel a prolonged use of a 4-3-1-2 formation would be in the best interests of the club. One concern, though, would be whether he could hold down a regular starting berth at Old Trafford. Competition is fierce for starting spots at United and Cabaye, like at PSG, would have to fight for a place in Van Gaal’s XI.The United boss can call on Juan Mata and Wayne Rooney to play behind the strikers and while Mata’s place in the team can be called into question, Rooney is unlikely to be dropped having been made captain this season. With Falcao struggling to overcome a knee injury however, a spot does open up in the starting XI.Cabaye’s creative ability and distribution would be ideal for a United side still struggling to break down opposition defences and if PSG are prepared to cash in on the midfielder, United would be wise to bring him back to the Premier League.For more stats on reported Manchester United target Yohan Cabaye, click here to view his WhoScored.com player pageMan United fans, is Yohan Cabaye the ideal signing? Comment below… 1last_img read more

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2020-01-06

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Former Liverpool target reveals he tried to take his own life after failed move

first_img gameday cracker Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Cherno Samba has revealed a failed move to Liverpool led him to fall into depression and try to take his own life.The striker was the hottest property in the country in the late 90’s and, after the computer game Championship Manger propelled him into an overnight success story, put him on the transfer wish list of several huge clubs. At one point, Ballon d’Or winner Michael Owen even personally called the starlet, who was tipped to become a star for England alongside none other than Wayne Rooney.Then at Millwall, the Three Lions youth had just comfortably broken Owen ’s schoolboy goal-scoring record with 132 goals in 32 games at the age of 13.Tottenham Hotspur legend Teddy Sheringham even went as far to label him “the best talent I’ve seen anywhere.”However, despite Gerard Houllier’s best efforts, a move to Liverpool never materialised. With his new autobiography coming out imminently, the 33-year-old revealed on the Hawksbee and Jacobs Show how personally the move affected him. Great to meet the @SkySportsNews legend @JimWhite #StillintheGame pic.twitter.com/8MCnOyXSkW— Cherno Samba (@samgerfc) October 24, 2018He said: “Two weeks later [after the call from Owen] my dad called me and I came downstairs in the kitchen and he said, ‘Look you can see how your mum has not been well for the past two weeks’ and then he told me the deal has not gone through.“I remembered I just dropped on the floor in the kitchen and just started crying my eyes out.”Two years after the failed move, Samba was released by Millwall and he revealed just how much of an impact it had on him later in life.“I don’t think I recovered after that,” he added. “Not the same player, not the same person and I became this sort of angry person. 1 “Frustrated with life and just lost – I was a lost cause. When I went to Spain, I was sweating that night and I was having nightmares and I was depressed.“And that’s what left to the tragedy and I nearly took my own life.“Luckily, by the Grace of God I am still here. Having said that, that’s the past, this is Cherno and I am ready to go.” The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update LATEST BEST OF scrap center_img tense latest Most Popular Football News Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City Gerrard launches furious touchline outburst as horror tackle on Barisic sparks chaos Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT revealed Sama playing for the England youth teams “I just dropped on the floor in the kitchen and cried my eyes out.”“I became angry and it’s what led to me trying to take my own life.”Cherno Samba reveals how he wanted to die after his failed Liverpool transfer.So brave to discuss this 👏 pic.twitter.com/Io4NXxFKGq— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) October 25, 2018last_img read more

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2019-12-26

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LETTERKENNY MATERNITY UNIT AT RISK, CLAIM MIDWIVES UNION

first_imgTHE maternity unit at Letterkenny General Hospital is at risk, a midwives union claimed today.A government bill, which aims to enhance the protection of the public in its dealings with nurses and midwives, will have a devastating effect on community midwifery services if left unamended, the Community Midwives’ Association (CMA) said.According to the association’s president, Bridget Sheeran, the proposed legislation – the Nurses and Midwives Bill 2010 – ‘is disabling, not enabling midwives to benefit women’. Ms Sheeran told irishhealth.com that one of the major issues surrounding the bill relates to section 40, which makes it unlawful for midwives to practice without professional indemnity.Like obstetricians, self-employed midwives in Ireland cannot access insurance on the private market. Their sole indemnity is via a state scheme that is tied to a HSE home birth contract that restricts midwives from exercising clinical judgement, may obstruct them in fulfilling their duty of care and limits women’s autonomy. The Bill currently locks in this insurance, ‘which is discretionary, unpredictable and may be withdrawn without notice’.“Section 40, as it stands, effectively criminalises private practice. And in wiping out midwives’ abilities to offer services in the community, the Bill cuts off women’s access to those services. The current insurance arrangements are a barrier to the provision of safe care – midwives are the specialists in normal birth.“What of the woman who goes into labour remote from a hospital maternity unit? She cannot employ a self-employed midwife who is uninsured, nor can she arrange for a GP, who is also uninsured to care for her? She cannot call a paramedic, with maybe five formal days training in childbirth and none in neonatal resuscitation. Whom, then, should she call?” Ms Sheeran asked. She claimed that this Bill comes at a time when the ‘looming shortage’ of NCHDs (non-consultant hospital doctors) ‘could close many maternity units next July’.“Up to 12 or even 13 maternity units could conceivably close on July 11. Few believe that the situation is retrievable. The hospitals are down up to 500 NCHDs and these vacancies are expected to hit small and medium sized hospitals disproportionately,” she insisted.Ms Sheeran said that ‘endangered’ maternity units include Portiuncula Hospital in Galway, Cavan General Hospital, Wexford General Hospital and our own service at Letterkenny General Hospital.She insisted that the fact that this legislation ‘blocks off the development of community midwifery services even as 12 or 13 maternity units are at grave risk of closure’ is a major issue.“If this defective Bill goes through unamended, self-employed midwives will soon be unable to offer any services at all in the community outside the diktat of the HSE. Even breastfeeding advice will be prohibited, never mind delivering babies,” she added. LETTERKENNY MATERNITY UNIT AT RISK, CLAIM MIDWIVES UNION was last modified: May 6th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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2019-12-26

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Call this a strange ending

first_imgCHICAGO – And that’s the way the ball bounces, or doesn’t. That was one for the archives, for stranger than fiction. As bizarre and controversial an ending to a postseason game as you’ll find. “People who say they’ve seen it all, they haven’t seen it all,” said Angels first baseman Darin Erstad. Nope, turns out baseball has still more to offer. More incredulous plays and justifications. Wednesday’s game turned on the strangest of calls, leaving the Angels livid, frustrated, and OK, bewildered. It also left them 2-1 losers Wednesday, tied up at a game apiece with the White Sox in the American League Championship Series and not liking it one bit. There was plenty of blame to be passed around afterwards, beginning with homeplate umpire Doug Eddings who blew the play, the call and the explanation. The Angels were not without fault themselves, beginning with Josh Paul who failed to make the most routine of fail-safe plays for a catcher, and almost everyone who reached for a bat. There was also weakened left-hander Jarrod Washburn, who battling back from strep throat to pitch 4 fr 2/3 gutsy innings but opened with an error that would haunt. His first batter, Scott Podsednik, bounced back to the mound, where Washburn made a nice stab and then threw over the head of Erstad at first. “The worst pitch I threw all night,” Washburn said. A sacrifice bunt and a Paul Konerko single and Chicago led 1-0. It remained that way until Robb Quinlan hit a solo homer off left-hander Mark Buehrle in the fifth. It was still 1-1 entering the bottom of the ninth. The Angels received wonderful relief pitching to match the effort by Buehrle. The game was headed into extra innings, and then it wasn’t. Then the storm hit, and it never would calm down. Kelvim Escobar thought he had struck out A.J. Pierzynski swinging for the final out of the inning. So did just about everyone else. “I was very happy,” Escobar said. “I thought I punched him out.” Eddings clearly pointed to the swing and then punched a fist in the air, the typical umpire’s sign for an out. The pitch, however, was very low. Paul – who had entered the game in the eighth after starting catcher Jose Molina was pinch run for – gloved it and tossed the ball back to the mound. “I caught it,” Paul said. “I was on the way back to the dugout.” All four infielders started in. Pierzynski made a motion back to the White Sox dugout, but then started running to first. “All of a sudden I see A.J. running and I’m confused,” said White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen. “I don’t know what’s going on.” Pierzynski, a catcher, had not been tagged by Paul so he figured he had nothing to lose. “I was going back to the dugout and realized he didn’t tag me so I thought, `OK, I’ll run,’ ” Pierzynski said. Eddings did nothing. Pierzynski reached first and ultimately, confusingly, he was called safe. Eddings ruled Paul had trapped the ball, that it had bounced off the dirt. In such a case, the catcher has to tag the runner, of if the ball actually gets away from him, throw him out at first. Paul said Eddings never indicated he thought the ball hit the dirt. “Normally in that situation the umpire yells, `No catch, no catch, no catch,’ ” Paul said. “I didn’t hear anything. That’s why I was headed to the dugout.” In truth, just to be safe, Paul should have tagged Pierzynski. If he had, there’s no controversy. When Pierzynski was ruled safe, manager Mike Scioscia exploded from the dugout in disbelief. Eddings had clearly rung Pierzynski up and Scioscia was dumbfounded he could now be ruled safe at first. “It was a swing, our catcher caught it, Doug Eddings called him out,” Scioscia said. Like it was so simple. Turns out, it was anything but. Eddings said that throwing a punch in the air didn’t actually mean he was out. “That’s my strike-three mechanic when it’s a swinging strike,” Eddings said. If so, then what on Earth is his out mechanic? “What’s he have to do, bring both hands up?” Scioscia asked. Scioscia argued for several minutes to no avail. Argued with crew chief Jerry Crawford, with Eddings, with every umpire within reach. All to no avail. Remarkably, after seeing the replay, Eddings said he made the right call because ball changed direction. Naturally, it cost them the game. Pablo Ozuna pinch ran, stole second, and with an 0-2 count to Joe Crede, Scioscia still pitched to him and Crede lined a game-ending double off the wall. “I’m frustrated because we didn’t play well,” Sciosica said. “We didn’t play at a high enough level to absorb the bad breaks that come with a game. “It’s not the play that beat us, it’s the way we played.” For Scioscia, it was the right call. Somebody had to make one. Steve Dilbeck’s column appears in the Daily News four times a week. He can be reached at stephen.dilbeck@dailynews.com. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img

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2019-12-25

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EXCLUSIVE: JOE MCHUGH APPOINTED AS NEW JUNIOR GAELTACHT MINISTER

first_imgFine Gael TD, Joe McHugh has been appointed a new Junior Government Minister.EXCLUSIVE: Fine Gael TD, Deputy Joe McHugh, has been appointed as a new Junior Gaeltacht Minister as part of Taoiseach Enda Kenny’s reshuffle of his ministerial cabinet. He replaces his Fine Gael colleague Dinny McGinley who has been sacked as part of the government reshuffle.Deputy McGinley has also announced that he will now retire from politics. Fine Gael had expressed its desire to freshen the junior ranks of Government.Taoiseach Enda Kenny had said today would be a difficult day for him, but said he needed a motivated and hungry team that were ready for the challenges that lie ahead.The party is also seeking to shore up support in key constituencies where they took a hammering in the local and European elections.Deputy McHugh had described the local election results as a “wake-up call” for the Government and criticised austerity measures hitting rural Ireland. McHugh also took on Leo Varadkar after attempts to close Malin Head Coast Guard station were proposed and successfully lobbied to keep the facility open.Joe McHugh became a Fine Gael public representative in June 1999 when he was elected to represent the Milford electoral area as a Member of Donegal County Council.He was elected to Seanad Éireann in 2002 and served as Fine Gael Seanad Spokesperson on Community, Rural, Gaeltacht and Marine Affairs from 2002-2007.He amassed 22.6% to top the poll in the 2007 general election, and was elected to Dáil Éireann, re-establishing a Fine Gael Dáil presence in Donegal North-East after 10 years without Fine Gael Dáil representation in the constituency.McHugh is married to Olwyn Enright and they have three children Darragh, Aedín and Oisín. The family resides at Claggan, Carrigart.EXCLUSIVE: JOE MCHUGH APPOINTED AS NEW JUNIOR GAELTACHT MINISTER was last modified: July 15th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Cabinet re-shuffledonegalEnda KennyFine GaelJoe McHughJunior MinisternewsPoliticslast_img read more

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2019-12-24

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Warning issued to Bank of Ireland customers over ‘fraudulent text messages’

first_imgBank of Ireland has warned customers to be aware of a fraudulent text message being sent to customers purporting to be from the bank.A spokesperson said the bank “is aware that fraudulent text messages are currently in circulation”.“These are not genuine and have not been sent by Bank of Ireland. “Bank of Ireland will never text a customer asking them to update or provide their online banking information.“Anyone receiving a text looking for these details should delete it from their mobile device immediately,” the spokesperson told TheJournal.ie.Yesterday evening (Sat), the bank sent customers a text which read: “BOI security alert. We’re aware of fraudulent text messages issuing. BOI will never text you asking you to update or provide your online banking information.”FraudSMART, a fraud awareness initiative set up by Banking & Payments Federation Ireland, said that “while it’s normal for banks to text, they will only ever ask you to reply Y or N”. “They will never ask you to click on links or disclose personal information.”We are aware of a smishing/fraudulent SMS which has been sent. Bank of Ireland will never send an SMS asking for personal information. Please do not click any links and delete SMS. Thank you.— Bank of Ireland (@talktoBOI) August 8, 2019This warning comes following a warning issued by the bank in July after people reported receiving a text message telling them that their account had been “frozen”.On Twitter, several people said they received a message – claiming to be from Bank of Ireland – informing them that their account had been “frozen because we are unable to validate your information”.People – including people who weren’t Bank of Ireland customers –  were invited to click on a website link to “avoid suspension”.A similar scam was circulating in 2017, when people were sent a text message telling them that their account had been “locked for security reasons”. More information can be found on the Bank of Ireland website.Warning issued to Bank of Ireland customers over ‘fraudulent text messages’ was last modified: August 18th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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2019-12-21

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Charles Barkley, even Howard Stern, blame Warriors for Durant’s injury

first_imgCharles Barkley and Howard Stern are among the high-profile people who are pointing a finger of blame at the Warriors after Kevin Durant’s devastating Achilles injury in Game 5 of the NBA Finals.In an emotional postgame press conference, Warriors president of basketball operations Bob Myers said he’d take responsibility for what happened to Durant upon his return from a long rehab from a strained calf, but … CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos or videos on a mobile devicelast_img read more

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2019-12-20

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Fans in the Attic: Do They Help or Do They Hurt?

first_img This article is only available to GBA Prime Members There’s a lot of confusion surrounding attic fans. Here at GBA, we regularly receive e-mails from homeowners with questions about attic fans: What’s the purpose of the fan in my attic? How often should I run it? Do I need a bigger fan?Before addressing these recurring questions, it’s important to define our terms. First, we need to distinguish between three different types of ventilation fans.The most common kind of residential ventilation fan is one used to provide fresh air for building occupants. Examples of this type of fan include the fans in a heat-recovery ventilator (HRV) or an energy-recovery ventilator (ERV), as well as some types of bathroom exhaust fans. (For more information on this type of ventilation fan, see Designing a Good Ventilation System.)Whole-house fans are sometimes confused with ventilation fans that provide fresh air. Unlike a ventilation fan, a whole-house fan — an attic-mounted fan that exhausts air from a home at night — is designed to cool a house (that is, to lower the indoor temperature).A powered attic ventilator has a different purpose: it is designed to lower the temperature of an attic by exhausting air from the attic and replacing attic air with outdoor air.RELATED GBA ARTICLESAll About Attic VentingAre Solar-Powered Attic Ventilators Green?Martin’s Useless Products ListGeorgia Pulls the Attic-Ventilator Plug (Sort of)Fans and natural coolingINFORMATION ON WHOLE-HOUSE FANSHome Energy: Finding the Whole-House Fan That FitsCalifornia Energy Commission: Whole-House FansIowa State University: Whole-House Fans for Summer CoolingSMUD: Money-Saving Whole-House FansPG&E: Whole-House FansDOE: Cooling with a Whole-House FanDOE: Whole-House FanINFORMATION ON POWERED ATTIC VENTILATORSHome Energy: Drawbacks Of Powered Attic VentilatorsFSEC: Performance Assessment of Photovoltaic Attic Ventilator FansAt the risk of oversimplifying,… Start Free Trial Already a member? Log incenter_img Sign up for a free trial and get instant access to this article as well as GBA’s complete library of premium articles and construction details.last_img read more

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2019-12-16

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