The Greater Sacramento area is the perfect place to consider installing a whole house fan. Although it can get very warm in the daytime, there are many nights that cool down tremendously when the Delta Breeze blows through the valley. A whole house fan gives you the opportunity to maximize the cooler air outside your home, providing comfort for a fraction of the cost of running a traditional system.
Learn the difference between today’s whole house fans in comparison to the traditional whole house fans.
Gone are the days when running your old whole house fan sounded like a helicopter was landing in your house. Today’s units are extremely quiet because the fans have multi-speed motors connected in-line of large ducts that are suspended in your attic, allowing for better control and lower noise levels.
Traditional units are notorious for allowing cool air to escape through their louvers and hot air to seep from the attic into your home. Today’s units use a barometric pressurized damper system that seals to the grille in the ceiling, minimizing heat transfer and air loss.
One complaint about traditional whole house fans is the large size of the ceiling grilles that often take up almost the entire width of a hallway. Luckily, today’s units are a fraction of the size, take less ceiling area and are much more aesthetically pleasing.
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