You can cool your house with whole-house ventilation in substitution for an air conditioner. Air circulation can make your home comfortable for the entire family with a fraction of the cost of an air conditioner. A whole-house fan can pull fresh cool air in from outside and exhaust stale, warmer air out of the attic, also providing for adequate attic ventilation. A whole-house ventilation system can provide up to 30-60 air changes per hour. Call us today to learn more about how a Whole House Fan can cool your home.
Attic Exhaust Fans
Attic fans are installed on the roof through an exterior wall in the attic. Attic fans pull air through the hot attic space to reduce the infrared heat gain you can feel through the ceiling. Your home air conditioner will cool you better.
Bathroom Exhaust Fan
Bathroom fans eliminate humidity, odor, and airborne particulates from your bathroom. Without properly installed ventilation, your bathroom could experience peeling paint or costly damage to your drywall and wood structures. Keep your bathroom fresh and dry with proper ventilation.
Rising energy costs have us all looking for solutions to reduce our energy bills. Ceiling fans circulate the air in a room to make the room more comfortable. Ceiling fans can be used year-round to make you feel cooler in warmer months and reversed in direction to keep you warmer in cooler times. A ceiling fan can make the difference between a pleasant evening or a sleepless night.