The installation of a WHF delivers multiple priceless benefits for your home and the entire family. We recommend them for all regions in the Bay Area; wherever there are warm days and cool nights. These tried and true innovative appliances have changed how families across America cool their home. QuietCool advanced patented ducted systems far exceed the old traditional whole house fans that were over-sized and extremely noisy. These whisper-quiet and energy-efficient wonders allow you to turn off your most expensive appliance and improve the air quality and comfort of your home in just minutes. These are a win-win-win solution in the Bay Area; read on to learn about the many benefits of one of the best home improvement products on the market!
Instantly cool your home up to 10 degrees in just minutes with a QuietCool Whole House Fan. Feel refreshed, cool and comfortable with outside air as it breezes through your home providing a complete air exchange in just minutes. WHF’s continuously extract the stored heat of the day from what we call the “thermal mass’ which constitutes all materials that trap and store heat; time-releasing it back into the air at different rates. This is what makes AC work so hard, turning on then off over and over again costing considerable amounts of money and energy. Unlike ceiling mounted fans, the QuietCool Whole House Fans we install are a cooling powerhouse quickly pushing hot air out of your home while drawing fresh, natural air in without any vibration or noise. That means you’ll notice a comfortable living or working environment, where you can talk, watch TV, read and sleep comfortably without disruption. Alone they can provide a more efficient, natural cooling solution than AC but they can also work with your system, continue below to learn just how economical these amazing appliances are!
QuietCool Whole House Fan systems are engineered to either complement your A/C system or completely eliminate the need to use costly manufactured air. Reduce AC costs by up to 90% while also reducing the wear & tear on your existing unit and save thousands not only on operational costs but also expensive maintenance bills. The average AC unit uses approximately 3500 watts while operating whereas a WHF uses between 66-725 watts depending on the model and speed setting. This incredible difference could save you hundreds of dollars a year on your energy bills giving you the fastest and biggest Return On Investment (ROI) compared to any household appliance; even better than solar. If you don’t have AC you will still appreciate the low cost operation of cooling your entire home spending only pennies a day. Installing a WHF allows our clients to be a part of the solution to energy consumption by installing the most beneficial green product on the market today, keep scrolling to learn more!
Installing a WHF will greatly improve your Indoor Air Quality creating a cleaner and healthier environment for you and your entire family, including the furry ones. Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC’s) are chemicals in manufactured goods and building materials that release or off-gas harmful chemicals. Creating a well-ventilated home with a WHF also helps to limit the build-up of moisture which contributes to unhealthy mold growth. These conditions, which are often under the radar when it comes to our health, contribute to what is known as Sick Building Syndrome. SBS is a condition in which people in a building suffer from symptoms of illness such as acute discomfort, headaches, eye/nose/throat irritation, dry cough, dry or itchy skin, dizziness, nausea, difficulty concentrating, and chronic fatigue. With COVID-19 part of our current landscape WHF’s prove to be a valuable tool to eliminate that indoor threat and stop the use of manufactured AC air which can trap or recirculate the virus aerosol particles. If that’s not enough of an improvement to your indoor air quality the list goes on and on; you can also exhaust your home of smelly cooking and/or pet odors in just minutes. Burn the bacon? No problem just turn on the WHF! Guests are coming and you don’t want the dog smell to greet them first? No worries, flip on the WHF for fresh clean air breezing through your home. Don’t take our word for it, listen to what the experts have to say about a well ventilated home and how it creates a healthier environment!
Whole House Fans are the smartest “green” option for cooling your home given that they use the fresh air from outside to replace the hot, stale indoor air using less energy. This conscious purchase allows Homeowners to be a part of the solution to fighting climate and resource issues in the most effortless and effective way without any compromise to your comfort. Our company’s environmental initiatives extend to all levels from simple efforts to reduce energy use on a daily basis to aggressively seeking out green products with sustainable manufacturing and business practices such as the QuietCool products that are locally manufactured right here in the USA. Electric companies in some cities even issue rebates as an incentive for installing WHF’s over wasteful AC units. Not only are they good for our earth’s environment, they also greatly improve your home’s indoor air quality and fight against pollutants and viruses such as COVID-19!
Bay area whole house fans provides products that keep the air you breathe fresh and free of pollutants / pathogens through effective ventilation. The following benefits of whole house fans are substantiated by organizations such as the CDC, the United States environmental protection agency, the American lung association, and Harvard school of public health.
Increase ventilation by opening windows to keep your home safe.
Americans, on average, spend approximately 90% of their time indoors, where the concentration of some pollutants are often 2 to 5 times higher than typical outdoor concentrations.
Effective ventilation may also help keep bacteria, viruses & other pollutants out of the indoor air. The more stagnant the air is, the more likely diseases are to spread.
Ventilation is a critical factor in how viruses and bacteria spread within indoor environments, and studies have shown that recirculating air in buildings can lead to higher risk of infection during outbreaks.