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Will I Feel A Breeze?

With the proper QuietCool Whole House Fan system in your home, you will feel, hear, and experience the QuietCool breeze. We believe and tell everyone that our QuietCool systems are a “breeze on a switch.” For a better understanding of how this breeze cools your home, take a look at our thermal mass cooling video.

Who Can Install The QuietCool Whole House Fan For You?

We have preferred dealers nationwide that can install for you. You can find a Dealer in your area by clicking Where to Buy in the header. The QuietCool Whole House Fan System can be installed very easily for a “Do It Your Selfer” or you can always hire a local Handyman or Electrician as well, […]

Is A Timer Necessary With My QuietCool Whole House Fan System?

Yes, we always recommend a timer because you can really get the best use for your system with it. A timer allows you to control and set your QuietCool whole house fan system at 1 hour, 2 hours, 4 hours and 8 hours capability. It also allows you to set your timer at a hold […]

Can I Use My Fan With Air Conditioning?

Here at QuietCool we do not recommend running your A/C with your QuietCool Whole House Fan System at the same time. It would cool your home but it would be very expensive and not the best solution.

How Can You Get The Best Use Of Your System?

You can get the best use of your system by running your fan in the early morning or evening and then closing up all your windows until you turn the system on again. By doing this, the whole house fan will cool off your attic/home and it will take a lot longer for your home […]

When Should You Use Your QuietCool Whole House Fan?

The QuietCool whole house fan system works best in the early morning and evening time. You want to run your system whenever the outside temperature is cooler than the inside your home. You can also use your QuietCool whole house fan system in the winter during the warmest time of the day for several minutes […]

How To Determine How Much Venting You Have?

You can determine how much venting you have by simply measuring the height and width of each vent. Once you measure your vents you want to reduce the total of net free venting by 25%. You reduce it by 25% because of the restrictions your vents have. Your vents have restrictions such as louvers, filters […]

How Much Venting Do I Need?

Venting plays a huge part in how your QuietCool whole house fan system works to its full potential. You can only bring in as much air as you can discharge out of your attic vents. We always recommend at least having 1 SQFT of net free area venting for every 750 CFM in your system. […]

How Do I Tell What System I Need?

To determine what system you need we simply use a ratio of 2, 2.5 and 3 CFM for every 1 square foot of your home. This will give you a basic, advanced and superior system, respectively. We recommend closer to 3 CFM but no less than 2 CFM for the QuietCool whole house fan system to […]

How Long Will It Take For My Home To Cool Down?

The amount of time it takes to cool your home depends on many factors such as type of system, location, time of day, etc. The QuietCool Whole House Fan System will instantly start cooling your home with 15-22 complete air exchanges per hour.

Can A Whole House Fan Use A Thermostat?

We do not recommend using a thermostat when using a QuietCool Whole House Fan System. When using our system, you need to always have a window open. When using a thermostat, you have no one to open a window when it automatically turns it on.

How Does A Whole House Fan Work?

A whole house fan pulls air into a home from open windows and exhausts it through the attic and out the attic vents. This provides good home and attic ventilation in addition to a great cooling affect in your home. We recommend installing a system that provides 15-22 complete air exchanges per hour. Learn more […]

What Is A Whole House Fan?

A whole house fan is a type of fan or exhaust system that is installed in the attic of a home that is designed to circulate, exhaust, and ventilate air. A whole house fan is often confused with an attic fan which only exhausts the hot air inside the attic rather than the entire volume of air […]