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Whole House Fan
Advantages

Improve your indoor air quality and enjoy a more comfortable and efficient home with your whole house fan system.

Benefits of Your Whole House Fan

Better Heat Relief


Unlike air conditioners and evaporative coolers, which cool and recirculate ambient indoor air, your whole house fan will replace the hot air in your home in a matter of minutes with a crisp, cool breeze. Complete air exchanges every 3-4 minutes maintain a comfortable indoor environment.




More Cost Savings


Other home cooling systems can cost up to $1.00 to run each hour depending on the size of your home. Whole house fans operate for pennies per hour — saving you up to 90% on your home energy costs — and can deliver a return on investment in as little as one day!




Better Home Efficiency


AC units can cost upwards of $20,000 for a home, not including the costs of regular maintence and system repairs. A whole house fan and proper home ventialtion, can extend the lifespan of your air conditioning unit by reducing the strain of extended use. Running your AC less often means more cost savings, too!




Roof Protection


The #1 cause for premature aging and replacement of asphalt shingles and roofing is superheated air trapped inside the attic (unless it's hailing outside). additionally, moisture buildup can cause the structure of your roof to warp and weaken. A good home ventilation system expels hot, humid air and cools your roof from below, extending the life of both shingles and structure significantly.




A Breath Of Fresh Air


With the ability to exchange stale indoor air in moments, your whole house fan rids your home of burnt popcorn, smoke, foul odors, and stale air faster and more efficiently than any closed-loop ventilation system.




A Healthier Home


Humid, stagnant air is a breeding ground for viruses, germs and other pollutants. Your whole house fan system helps combat viral spread and respiratory discomfort by replacing stagnant indoor air with fresh, clean air from outside.




Thermal Mass Cooling


Unlike other home cooling systems, which are designed to only cool the air in your home, whole house fans promote thermal mass cooling. TMC occurs when a whole house fan floods the entire home with cool air, picking up and expelling warmer air from every surface of your home. This allows indoor temperature to stay cooler far longer amount of time, and for less than 10% of the cost!





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