Whole house fans work perfectly when the air outside is much cooler than the air inside your home.
QuietCool whole house fans are operated by a switch with a built in timer that can be set to run 1-8 hours or contstantly.
Pricing is all dependent on the model of the whole house fan as well as installation rates. Need a free quote? Fill out this form and we will get back to you with a quote.
It depends on if you’re trying to go for very efficient or high energy saving. If you want the best of the best, we recommend going with any QuietCool Stealth Pro X line fans.
Whole house fans are very energy efficient. Check out what we have to say about whole house fans and energy efficiency
Absolutely! If you don’t open any windows while a whole house fan is running you’re not going to effectively cool your home.
A whole house fan and attic fan are two completely different things. You can install both of them in your home.
We recommend Sanctuary by Greenfiber for its superior sound and heat suppression.
We can give you more guidance on what’s the best approach to insulate your home. Contact us now for more info.
Cellulose is made of 85% recycled material making it the safest and eco-friendly of all insulation.
This is normally how insulation gets installed. The only way old insulation would be removed is if it is worn out, damaged or ineffective.
If you touched fiberglass with your bare hands, this might result in sharp stinging, burning and itching sensations. Cellulose insulation is safe to the touch and does not itch.
Attic fans help ventilate and cool your home by exhausting built up air inside the attic space.
Most attic fans have built-in thermostats that are programmed to turn on if 80 degrees Fahrenheit or above in the attic.
Attic fans do reduce your energy usage, thus reducing energy cost.
Attic Fans costs just as much as running a single 100 watt lightbulb.
If you touched fiberglass with your bare hands, this might result in sharp stinging, burning and itching sensations.