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Whole House Fans

Whole House Fans

A whole-house fan is a cooling system that uses less energy than a traditional air conditioner. It works by drawing cool, outdoor air into your home and then exhausting it through your attic vents. By utilizing Thermal Mass Cooling, your home will remain cooler for longer periods of time.

HOW DO WHOLE HOUSE FANS WORK?

During the evenings and mornings, when it is cooler, it is ideal to turn on the whole house fan. By simply opening a few windows, homeowners can cool and ventilate their entire home. Every 3 to 4 minutes, or every 15 to 20 minutes, whole-house fans exchange the entire air in a home. The hot air in the home will be pulled out when the system is running for several hours. Thermal mass cooling is the process. The hot air is exhausted through attic vents. As a result, the home stays cooler the next day since it was flooded with heat. As a result, it feels fresher the next day.