Whether you have solar or not, homeowner’s always want to save money off their electricity bill.
QuietCool whole house fans are quickly becoming the #1 home improvement product that people are putting in their homes!
According to the Department of Energy, whole house fans are the most cost-effective way to cool your home.
With that, whole house fans carry the fastest return on investment than any other green energy product on the market today, including solar. Whole house fans can pay for themselves in under 3 years!
Typical return on investments for home improvement products
Whole House Fans: 1-3 years
Solar: 10-15 years
Low- E Windows: 20+ years
High R-Value Insulation: 15+ years
Energy Efficient Air Conditioner: 10-15 years
The effectiveness of Whole House Fans
Whole house fans are so cost effective that California is mandating that whole house fans are installed in about 80% of new homes! This is because UCLA came out with a study that found that a home with a whole house fan can essentially eliminate the use of air conditioning in 10 of the 16 California climate zones. Pacific Gas and Electric even state that whole house fans can save up to 50-90% off your A/C related energy costs! A/C makes up about 60-80% of your utility bill, you can save huge money when installing a whole house fan.
Whole house fans do a lot more than just save you money. They can actually make your home healthier. Did you know that according to the American Medical Association, indoor air pollution is directly responsible for as much as 1/3 of our national health bill? A whole house fan takes all that stuffy air inside the home and completely replaces it with the fresh, outdoor air every two to three minutes!
You might be thinking that the outside air is polluted but according to the Environmental Protection Agency, indoor air pollution can be 2-5 times more polluted than outdoor air, even in major metropolitan cities.
If you’re tired of running your air conditioning and having high electric bills than you need to check out whole house fans by QuietCool.