“We can’t thank you enough for our incredible new whole house fan. It’s amazing how quiet, yet effective it is and the installation was a breeze! Friends of ours have a whole house fan that sounds like a Train running by the house. We can hardly hear our unit running. But the best part is how unbelievable cool our house is. I can’t wait to tell our friends about your product… it’s just what my family has been looking for to ease those hot, sticky summer evenings & nights.”
A Whole House Fan, also known as a whole house attic fan, whole house ventilation system, home ventilation system or home exhaust fan, is a simple & inexpensive method of cooling a home anytime the outdoor air temperature is cooler than inside your home.
With Skyrocketing Energy Prices, investing in an energy efficient and quiet whole house fan is a smart financial decision. It will pay for itself in a very short period of time, then pay you in saved utility bills year after year.
According to one of the nation’s largest utility companies, a 5-ton air conditioning system can cost as much as $4.20 per hour to run! Compare that to just pennies per hour with our energy efficient and quiet whole house fan.
Traditional vs. Modern Whole House Fan
Traditional Whole House Fans Are Not Very Practical: They are loud, and leave a large un-insulated “hole” in your ceiling. These systems require large amounts of roof and attic ventilation, which if not configured properly could actually make your home warmer! But not all whole house fans are created equally…
A CentricAir Whole House Exhaust Fan is Modern, Energy-Efficient And Very Quiet. They are designed to run all night, steadily drawing cool, fresh air in through open windows while exhausting hot, stale air out through existing roof vents.
If you live in a two-story home, it’s likely you’ve experienced the following: After a long, hot day, your upstairs bedrooms are still uncomfortably hot when it’s time to go to bed, even though you may have been running your air conditioner continuously and the evening is now cool and comfortable outside.
This problem is the result of a couple of key factors. First, obviously, is that heat rises and cold air falls. This means the heat becomes trapped in the upper level of the home and cold air from the air conditioning falls to the lower level, making the downs stairs much colder than upstairs. Second, heat from the attic radiates down into the home. Unless this hot attic air is removed it will continue to heat up the living space.
CentricAir fans will not only solve this problem on all but the hottest most humid nights, but they will save you a ton of money as well. Just turn on your fan after the sun goes down, when the air is cooler than outside. By the time you’re ready for bed, your bedroom will be cool and fresh. And of course, the rest of the house will be nice and cool too, so you can start the next day with a lower air conditioning load that will save you even more money.
Benefits the Environment & Helps Improve Indoor Air Quality
A CentricAir fan also benefits the environment. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), 19 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions in the United States are caused by energy used in homes. Your home may actually produce more than your car. By installing a whole house exhaust fan, you are conserving energy, reducing pollution and greenhouse gas emissions.