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December 11, 2018

Every Time You Should Turn on Your QuietCool Whole House Fan

Summer at night when cool enough outside

There is no exact temperature that is perfect to turn on a QuietCool whole house fan. The main idea of a whole house fan is to cool down a home with fresh, natural air. So, whenever it is cool enough outside or cooler than in the home, a whole house fan should be turned on. The exact temperature is personal to whatever the homeowner prefers. Most of the time, this coolness begins at night. That is why a homeowner should turn on their fan during this time.

Summer mornings when cool enough outside

The other time period that is normally cool enough to turn a QuietCool on are the morning hours. Typically, the mornings are the coolest time of the day and ideal for using a whole house fan. Most homeowners open a few windows and turn their fan on while getting ready for work. This way they can hopefully keep their home cool until they get home later that day.

Winter days when warmer outside than inside

To lower the number of times a homeowner uses the heater, whole house fans were also created to bring in some of the warmer air during winter months. This air will likely be ideal during the middle of the day. Turning on your QuietCool could not only save you on your gas bill but can warm in the house with natural air.

Winter days to flush out sickness

The process of reheating your home could also be used to help keep the home clean. Sickness spreads rapidly due to airborne pathogens being spread and then being bottled up. Rarely are windows or ventilation used during winter months. Using the whole house fan to expel some possible harmful airborne pathogens is an important benefit of these fans.

Any day when smoke fills the house

Cooking is not everyone’s forte, sometimes the food attempting to be cooked to a crisp is actually burnt to one. So when a home is filled with smoke, flip on a QuietCool whole house fan and quickly expel the smoke-filled home and freshen/clean the air in just minutes.

Any day when gas fills the house

Gas leaks happen in homes occasionally due to cooking mishaps, fireplace missteps, or other accidents. When this occurs, you can open a few windows, turn your QuietCool whole house fan on and usher much of that gas out of the home, very quickly. This can be done during any time of day and would probably only need to be run for a few minutes.

Any day when the house smells bad

Bad smells are unavoidable in most houses. Old food, pets, or stinky children, homes can get smelly and candles and spray can only do so much. Luckily, with a QuietCool whole house fan, it is easy and quicky to expel bad smells. These systems cycle out air so quickly that any smell that lingers in the home will quickly and effectively be taken out!

 

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