Apart from cooling the home, whole house fans also result in energy savings. They dramatically improve a home’s indoor air quality by expelling and ventilating the hot, stuffy, and polluted air contained within.
While many people believe the air outside is dusty and unclean and hence resist opening their windows, the American Lung Association reports that the air inside the home is up to two to five times more contaminated than the outdoor air. This is due to the chemicals used in the home, pet dander, pathogens, and allergies, among other factors.
Dogs, cats, and other animals turned family are a staple in most homes in America. These cuddly creatures are great but they can leave unpleasant dander behind. With a QuietCool whole house fan, you can usher out that dander as you cool your home. Leaving your home cooler, fresher, and more comfortable.
During the summer months it can get really hot upstairs in a 2 or 3 story home. Sometime not even an air conditioning can cool off the upstairs of a home on a hot summer day. Whole house fans are the best way to cool a hot upstairs and allow you to stop having those hot sleepless nights.
High quality top-of-the-line whole house fans, for most homes, are between $1500 – $2500 fully installed, after rebates.