In short, a QuietCool whole house fan is installed in the attic and pulls the air out of your home, ventilating it outside. This creates a negative pressure zone inside your living space, which will pull in fresh outdoor air.
Here's how it works:
- Open a few windows any time it's cooler outside than inside, typically in the morning and evening.
- Turn your QuietCool fan on by setting the speed and timer
- QuietCool pulls in cool, fresh air from outside and expels hot, stale air out attic vents
- Your home has now been made cooler, healthier, and more comfortable
When your QuietCool Whole House Fan is turned on, the fan will pull the cooler outdoor air into your home, through your windows, across your living space, into the attic, and out the attic vents, replacing the hot, stale air. This helps cool the home and attic by up to 30 ºF or more.
Easy, Breezy, Beautiful Comfort
Where whole house fans are most effective is when a window or two is opened and the QuietCool whole house fan is turned on. This creates a cross breeze throughout your home, which can have your home feeling up to 30ºF cooler, without using an expensive-to-run AC unit!
A whole house fan often uses 90% less energy to operate than a traditional cooling system, cutting down on your Southern California cooling costs, and is significantly quieter during operation as well. On top of those savings, there are rebates and financing programs available to reduce the financial burden of installing the QuietCool ventilation equipment your California home needs.
What if you could keep your home cool all summer, without having to rely on your air conditioner 24/7? Ask Greencat about whole house fan installation! Get a quote by calling 323-720-3053 or get in touch here.