A whole house fan pulls air into a home from open windows and exhausts it through the attic and out the attic vents. This provides good home and attic ventilation in addition to a great cooling affect in your home. We recommend installing a system that provides 15-22 complete air exchanges per hour.
No, we recommend that you open very few select windows to match the proper net free venting of your home. The best way to use your system is crack a window on the opposite side of your bedroom or hallway. This causes your fan to pull the air all the way across your bedroom or hallway to help cool your entire home quickly and efficiently.
Home Cooling: The QuietCool whole house fan system works best in the early morning and evening time. You want to run your system whenever the outside temperature is cooler than the inside your home.
Indoor Health & Wellness: You can use your QuietCool whole house fan system year-round for several minutes daily or weekly to remove indoor air pollutants, VOC’s, airborne germs and viruses, odors, pet dander and smoke PLUS completely exchange the stale “furnace air” for fresh, crisp and clean outdoor air.
Your QuietCool whole house fan system is the perfect partner to your conventional A/C system. Once your QC fan system is turned on and you’re home begins to cool down to the outdoor temperature you’re A/C will cycle off. By utilizing a whole house fan system, you should save on A/C costs in the Spring, Summer and Fall and will extend the life of your A/C unit for years.
Will the QuietCool whole house fan system help cool off my attic?
Yes, The QuietCool Whole House Fan System cools; exhaust’s and ventilates your attic. During the cooler hours of the day, the system can help cool your attic by up to 30-50 degrees by providing your home with 15-22 complete air exchanges per hour.
Keeping your attic as cool as possible in the warmer parts of the year will help keep the interior of your home cooler, longer, during the day.