The QuietCool whole house fan system will work effectively any time it’s cooler outside than inside. By pulling the FREE cool outdoor air into your house, the fan pushes the hot, stale air out of the attic vents. This helps cool the attic by up to 50 degrees, allowing the home to stay much cooler during the day.
When using the QuietCool fan, we recommend turning off the air conditioner and opening windows in the area of the home with the most traffic. The cooler outside air will immediately create a breeze inside the home, making the homeowner instantly feel up to 10 degrees cooler. As the QuietCool fans work their magic, the cooler air will be pulled into the attic and pushed through the attic vents, exhausting the hot air and providing space for cooler air the next day.
As the evening continues to cool off, clients should open more windows in other rooms of the home. At bedtime, you can sleep with the bedroom windows open so the QuietCool fan can continue to provide each room with a cool breeze. If a QuietCool fan is installed in each bedroom as we recommend, the homeowner can enjoy the breeze and your privacy with your door closed.
Note: The fans need to be sized properly to the home, and attic ventilation needs to be checked to be able to exhaust the air moved. Additional vents may be needed.
Cool and Ventilate Your Entire Home: The QuietCool whole house fan system cools the entire house by up to 30 degrees and the attic by up to 50 degrees. The system will make you feel 10 degrees cooler instantly. The system also exchanges the entire volume of air inside your home 15-20 times per hour. This will allow you to continually breathe fresh air, control mold and milder, and reduce airborne sickness.
Quiet: The QuietCool whole house fan operates at the sound of a whisper. You’ll be able to sleep, talk, or watch TV without noise disruption. QuietCool whole house fans average 45 dB while a traditional whole house fan averages 85 dB.
Manufacturing and Warranty: The QuietCool whole house fans are manufactured in sunny Southern California in a 50,000 square foot manufacturing plant, and are backed by a 15 year manufacturer’s warranty.