Whole house fans help keep the energy cost down by taking fresh air outside, and ensuring that it’s distributed evenly in your home. Whipple Service Champions can properly install one in your home, and it will maintain a comfortable atmosphere indoors when summer comes.
Each whole house fan system is particular to each home. As such, we’ll create a specific plan for your home so you can enjoy fresh air in any part of the house.
HOW DOES A WHOLE HOUSE FAN SYSTEM WORK?
Anytime it is cooler outside than the inside of a home, the QuietCool whole house fan system will work effectively. In the summer, this normally happens in the late afternoon to early evening and through to the next morning.
The fans installed in the windows pull air in from the outside, which goes through the attic or the roof. According to the Department of Energy, a whole house fan system can provide about 30 to 60 air changes per hour. It should be enough to keep you cool when the weather gets hot and you’d like to save on your energy costs.
Our whole house fan from QuietCool is an effective alternative to air conditioning during the summer. It will provide fresh, cold air from the outside to your living space and replace the hot air in your home. It will help you cool the temperature by 30 degrees without costing as much as using an air conditioner.
THE IMPORTANCE OF PROPER WHOLE HOUSE FANS INSTALLATION
Ventilation is an important aspect of whole house fans, as well as installing a dedicated circuit wiring and probably new attic vents. Drawing up a plan is complicated, too, and all of these will require a professional.
With years of experience and a hundred hours of training annually, our technicians can ensure that every bit of the plan, from the measurements to the equipment, will go into providing fresh air in your home when you want.
If you need more guidance about whole house fans, call Whipple Service Champions.
We’ll be glad to provide more information and share why such a system is ideal for maintaining a high level of comfort in your home.