February 21, 2019

Without QuietCool, Steamy Showers can Lead to Costly Damage

whole house fans

After a shower, long hair can be a nuisance, especially when in a hurry. Fixing this problem, however, is fairly simple. Just grab a blow dryer and your hair will be quickly dried and ready to go.

Now, this may be beginning to sound like an advertisement for blow dryers but actually, it is yet another reason to buy a QuietCool whole house fan. For people, showers are a steamy oasis away from the stress of modern day life but to your walls, they are steam filled disasters. The same water and steam that feels like a mini vacation to you, tears into wooden walls and creates mold and mildew.

This unseen terror rips through homes and causes thousands of dollars in damage. In fact, removing extensive mildew can cost anywhere from $2,000 to $6,000 and any structural damage could total $10,000 to $30,000 according to House Logic.

With a QuietCool whole house fan, this type of disaster can help to be avoided. Working much like a blowdryer does on hair, a whole house fan can whisk air through the bathroom and rid that space of harmful moisture.

All you need to do is have the window in the bathroom cracked three to four inches and then have the QuietCool on. This will usher in massive amounts of air through the bathroom, blowing dry what had just been sopping wet.

QuietCool whole house fans are great for regaining your comfort, staying healthy, and saving a ton off the energy bill. They, however, have a lot more benefits than just the obvious. Their ability to save you thousands off the things you don’t think much about may be their biggest selling point.

You may not worry about the constant damage occurring in your bathrooms but with QuietCool, it won’t ever even be an issue.


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