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Whole House Attic Fans

We offer a full line of whole-house cooling options. Open the window and let your attic fan exchange your stale hot air for cool air 15-20 times per hour and reduce your A/C related energy costs by 50-90% and see your electricity bills plunge!

Using an innovative (and patented) self-contained acoustical ducted system to separate the fan motorhead from the ceiling intake grill, our ducted fans sound “whisper quiet” within the home, making the loud, old-fashioned attic fan obsolete. Our whole house fans also include an airtight gravity damper system that seals shut when the fan is turned off, thus preventing air backflow into the house, while providing an above-industry standard R-5 insulation value. 

Whole Attic Fans Explained in 3 Minutes

In addition to keeping you cool and comfortable, attic fans offer several benefits to homeowners. They help keep the attic cool and dry by keeping the air circulating. They are highly effective at preventing moisture buildup within the attic, which helps limit mold growth and preserve insulation.

Increase Energy Efficiency with Attic Fans

During the summer months, attics can reach temperatures of 150 degrees or higher. This poses a significant threat to your health and the safety of your home. Moreover, it can cause your cooling bills to quite literally go through the roof.

Preventing moisture with an attic fan also helps minimize the risk of pest infestations and wood rot.

Why Use Whole House Attic Fans?

We all know that cooling your home with an air conditioning system is expensive and the cost of electricity is not decreasing. Americans spend approximately 22 billion dollars each year cooling their homes with an air conditioning system.

A whole home attic fan system will:

    • Effectively cool your home
    • Lower your utility bill
    • Cool and ventilate your home

The EPA recommends increasing the amount of outdoor air coming into your home. A whole-house attic fan system will bring fresh outdoor air into your home.

The Department of Energy also recommends the use of a whole-house attic fan system. They say, “Whole house ventilation using a whole house fan can substitute for an air conditioner most of the year in most climates. Whole house fans combined with ceiling fans and other circulating fans provide acceptable summer comfort for many families, even in hot weather”.

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