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#1 cooling, energy savings, and ventilation system in Australia!

SAVE MONEY WITH A WHOLE HOUSE FAN

The most money is saved by our whole house fans. These extremely powerful and whisper-quiet fans can make your home more comfortable and save you up to 50–90% on your A/C costs. It does this because its motors are so powerful and efficient that they can’t be beat.

Each of our whole house fans is a great way to cool your home without using as many watts as an air conditioner. To put this in perspective, the average air conditioner uses about 3,500 watts when it is running. On average, our whole-house fans only use 365 watts. This huge difference could save you hundreds of dollars every month on your energy bill, giving you a huge and quick return on your investment.

whole house fan savings

SAVE MONEY WITH A WHOLE HOUSE FAN

The most money is saved by our whole house fans. These extremely powerful and whisper-quiet fans can make your home more comfortable and save you up to 50–90% on your A/C costs. It does this because its motors are so powerful and efficient that they can’t be beat.

Each of our whole house fans is a great way to cool your home without using as many watts as an air conditioner. To put this in perspective, the average air conditioner uses about 3,500 watts when it is running. On average, our whole-house fans only use 365 watts. This huge difference could save you hundreds of dollars every month on your energy bill, giving you a huge and quick return on your investment.

whole house fan savings

ATTIC FAN SAVINGS

Even though our attic fans use even less power than our whole house fans, they don’t cool or air out the house like a whole house fan does. Our attic fans cool and ventilate the attic, which saves our customers up to 30% on their A/C costs. With an average of only 92 watts of power, these fans can save you money, cool your home, and keep your roof from getting damaged more than it needs to.

ºAttic fans can keep the temperature of your attic within 10ºF of the temperature outside. On a hot summer day, an attic without an attic fan can be up to 60ºF hotter than the temperature outside.

TANDEM FOR PERFECT SAVINGS

Attic fans and whole house fans are the ideal partner goods because they each serve a distinct role for the same reason. The thermal mass of your home will be pre-cooled by your whole-house fan the previous night, keeping it colder the following day. In the hottest hours of the day, the attic fan will help keep your attic cooler. Large savings could be the outcome for you! Those days of your air conditioner cycling on and off and resulting in high utility costs are over.

whole house fan savings

TANDEM FOR PERFECT SAVINGS

Attic fans and whole house fans are the ideal partner goods because they each serve a distinct role for the same reason. The thermal mass of your home will be pre-cooled by your whole-house fan the previous night, keeping it colder the following day. In the hottest hours of the day, the attic fan will help keep your attic cooler. Large savings could be the outcome for you! Those days of your air conditioner cycling on and off and resulting in high utility costs are over.

The Fastest Return on Investment of any Green Energy Products

whole house fan savings

With our QuietCool whole house fans, we’ve changed the way people cool and ventilate out their homes for better. Our green energy project has one of the fastest returns on investment (ROI) of any green energy product on the market right now.

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TOTAL COST OF WHOLE-HOUSE FANS AND ATTIC FANS

Installing a whole-house fan can cost anywhere from $500 to $3000, depending on how big the fan is. Prices vary depending on the type of whole house fan, the size needed, and the type of motor.

Depending on the kind of attic fan you want to install, you can expect to pay anywhere from $300 to $1,000 to have it put in. There are many different kinds of attic fans, including solar, smart, and standard (sometimes called “traditional”) ones. Most of them can be mounted on the roof or the gable.

The most expensive way to cool your home is with central air conditioning, which accounts for 60% to 80% of electric bills across the country. The average homeowner runs their air conditioner between 1200 and 3000 hours per year.

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