BENEFITS OF A WHOLE HOUSE FAN INSTALLATION
- Instantly feel 5-10 ºF cooler
- Save up to 50-90% on A/C cooling costs
- Expel cooking odor, pet dander, smoke, germs, gases, & other unwanted airborne annoyances
- Feel refreshed, cool, and comfortable with clean, outdoor air
- No longer use manufactured and recycled air
- Complete air exchange in 3-4 minutes
- Help keep the world green
- Use a fraction of energy compared to A/C
What is a whole house fan?
HOW DO WHOLE HOUSE FANS WORK?
Since it is normally cooler in the evening and mornings, this would be the best time to turn on a whole house fan. Homeowners simply have to open a few windows and the whole house fan will cool and ventilate the entire home. Whole house fans can exchange the entire air in a home every 3-4 minutes or 15-20 times per hour. When running the system for several hours, all the hot air will be pulled out of the mass in the home. This process is called Thermal Mass Cooling. The hot air is pulled out and then vented through the attic. This allows the home to stay cooler the next day because the entirety of the home was ridden from heat. The home will feel significantly fresher because of this.
QuietCool Whole House Fans were designed to bring fresh air from outside into your home, replacing the existing air in minutes. Too many families suffer from harmful pathogens, viruses, VOC gases, and stale air within their homes. These indoor air pollutants can stay clogged inside homes for months and pose a threat to the health of your family. This is often accepted as normal when there is a simple solution to this big problem. QuietCool Whole House Fans exchange the air within a home up to 15-20 times per hour, offering the #1 solution to improving the IAQ(Indoor Air Quality) health of your home.
Effective ventilation may also help keep bacteria, viruses and other pollutants out of the indoor air. Research shows that airflow and ventilation can affect how diseases spread indoors. The more stagnant the air is, the more likely diseases are to spread.
Americans, on average, spend approximately 90% of their time indoors, where concentrations of some pollutants are often 2 to 5 times higher than typical outdoor concentrations
The CDC recommends opening windows and increasing ventilation to keep your home safe as it relates to COVID-19
The American Medical Association reports that indoor air pollution is directly responsible for as much as 1/3 of our national health bill