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Remove stale indoor air that can contain airborne pathogens and viruses from your home.

Comfort Cool whole house fans are designed to bring in cool, fresh, clean air from outside while removing the air from inside, significantly improving the quality of air your family breathes. According to the Lung Association, effective ventilation may also help keep bacteria, viruses and other pollutants out of the indoor air. Research shows that airflowRead the Rest →

Another Successful Trade Show

Setting up our booth at the IHACI (Institute of Heating and Air Conditioning Industries, Inc.) trade show yesterday. The contractor interest in our modern, powerful and energy efficient Centric Air and QA-Deluxe whole house fans was oustanding. We received a lot of positive feedback regarding the quality of our systems, and attendees were especially impressedRead the Rest →

Not Playing On A Level Playing Field

A level playing field is described as “a situation in which everyone has a fair and equal chance of succeeding.” A recent investigation by the California Energy Commission (CEC) confirmed that one of our competitors (QC Manufacturing the manufacturer of Quiet Cool Fans) was not abiding by this rule. We recently learned that the CEC has enteredRead the Rest →

Centric Air – A Better Whole House Fan

At Centric Air our mission is to provide homeowners with an affordable alternative to expensive air conditioning. Although no whole house fan can completely replace the need for air conditioning, a Centric Air system can reduce its dependency by as much as 50 to 90% saving homeowners hundreds of dollars a year in energy costs.Read the Rest →

RIP Affordable Energy. CA Rates go up 80%

State power regulators decided today (May 15, 2015) how to divvy up the biggest electric rate hike in California history, boosting rates by as much as 80 percent for residential customers who use the most power. More than half of the residential ratepayers served by the state’s two largest utilities will see no increase atRead the Rest →

The Rising Cost of Energy and the Impact on American Families

In the past 10 years electrical rates, on average, have increased by 40%. With additional federal regulations and the EPA’s proposed carbon dioxide limits for power plants, the cost of electricity is expected to continue to increase significantly for the foreseeable future. For many households, utility costs can be as much as 25% of housingRead the Rest →

Rate Hike Coming Soon To Power Bill

As the air conditioners hum across the county, residents should brace themselves for bigger utility bills. The Public Utilities Commission on Friday unanimously approved a two-tier plan that will affect more than 30 million people, raising rates on more efficient users while giving a break to big energy users. “This is really the utilities versusRead the Rest →