Airflow*Hi: 3216 CFM / Low: 2890 CFM
Airflow*Hi: 4428 CFM / Low: 3436 CFM
Airflow*Hi: 5068 CFM / Low: 4438 CFM
Airflow*Hi: 5708 CFM / Low: 4319 CFM
Airflow*Hi: 7015 CFM / Low: 5548 CFM
We can "Zone Your Home" with strategically placed systems for maximum cooling in all rooms, or just select the rooms you want to cool and save tons on your annual cooling costs over AC!
Airflow*Hi: 3159 CFM / Low: 1980 CFM
Airflow*Hi: 4280 CFM / Med: 3500 CFM
Low: 2361 CFM
Airflow* Hi: 5044 CFM / Med: 4238 CFM
Low: 2870 CFM
Airflow* Hi: 5587 CFM / Med: 4262 CFM
Low: 3428 CFM
Airflow* Hi: 6996 CFM / Med: 5448 CFM
Low: 4308 CFM
One of the key benefits of the QuietCool System is evacuating the hot summer air out of your attic on a nightly basis. Heated air in your attic an reach upwards of 120 degrees creating an "oven" above your living spaces below.
Ventilation recommendations are based on the CFM of the QC system that is recommended for the SF of your home. Having adequate ventilation ensures optimal efficiency and operation of your QC system and perfect cooling and indoor air quality for your home.
Adding all your net free air sf of your existing venting will determine if you need add'l venting or not. If you need add'l venting our professional roofing partner can install ONLY what is needed for optimal performance.
Types of venting we recommend: Static dome roof venting is effective and efficient and our 1 sf net free air static dome vents are perfect for add'l venting.
Other companies might recommend installing soffit venting. Soffit vents are intake vents where roof vents are exhaust vents. Soffit venting should include soffit baffle installation and will meet current code requirements. If baffles are not installed at the time the soffit vent is installed you run the risk of insulation falling onto the vent blocking its airflow - you will simply end up with a hole in your soffit with a grill. Please make sure anyone recommending the installation of soffit vents includes baffles in their pricing.
If you experience a cool basement and a hot upper level while your AC runs 24/7, then a QC System is perfect for your home.
Roof ventilation is based on the simple fact that warm air rises. In summer, the sun heats air in the attic. In winter, heat from your home warms attic air. In either season, good venting occurs when cool air can enter the attic near the eaves and exit near the peak. Ideally, half of the vent area should be low and half high. The ultimate goal is that the temperature and humidity levels in the attic space match the conditions outdoors.