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      Riverside County QuietCool WHOLE HOUSE FAN INSTALLATION


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      Riverside County QuietCool Whole House Fan Installation

      Advanced Home Energy Concepts, the QC Guys, have been installing whole house fans in Riverside County, California since QuietCool’s beginning. We are experts in whole house fan installation and will be sure to install your whole house fan in your Riverside County Home with precision and care.

      Installation Experts: Since QuietCool was first invented in 2003, we have been installing them in as many customer’s homes as we could. We fully stand behind the QuietCool whole house fans as the best whole house fans on the market.

      Commitment to Quality: As a company, we have a strong commitment to having the highest quality installation every time. We will make sure to go above and beyond to make sure your whole house fan is installed to the highest standard imaginable.

      Licensed Contractor:We are a fully bonded, fully insured, licensed contractor to ensure that every job is done right. Have peace of mind when we are installing your whole house fan.

      QuietCool whole house fans are the optimal choice for all homeowners in all of Riverside’s cities due to the climate. Whether you live near the ocean or farther inland, whole house fans from QuietCool can assist to cool your home. In all regions, the most effective usage of a QuietCool whole house fan is to switch off the central air conditioning in the late afternoon or evening when the outside air temperature is below 80 degrees and to turn on the QuietCool whole house fan at the same time. The QuietCool whole house fan then removes all the hot air in your home and simultaneously cools your home far more effectively and much quicker than an air conditioner, resulting in substantial savings on your electricity cost.

      QuietCool Whole house fans are an excellent method to cool your Riverside home naturally. So, inhabitants of San Riverside, how does it work? Evening and nighttime usage of a QuietCool Whole House Fan instead of air conditioning results in great energy savings. The goal of the QuietCool Whole Home Fan is to remove hot radiant heat from the house and attic and accelerate the natural cooling effect of bringing cooler outside air into the house via open windows and screen doors while draining heat out of your living area and attic.

      The QuietCool Whole House Fan varies from a central air conditioner, which typically recycles interior air and does not offer attic cooling, by rapidly lowering surface temperatures for enhanced comfort. The elimination of interior air contaminants, smells, and excess moisture is a second key cause for ventilation.

      Whole house fans are particularly effective in dry, desert areas, such as Southern California, Colorado, and Nevada, and may save a homeowner up to 75% – 90% on their air conditioning cost, according to the PG&E WHF Tech Sheet on whole house fans. QuietCool Whole house fans are a terrific method to boost the resale value of a home by giving an energy-efficient cooling alternative, creating a healthier home by removing indoor air pollutants and asthma-triggering particles, and delivering a quick return on investment (typically within 12 months). They make perfect sense.

      Traditional whole house fans have existed for decades, and although they are efficient in reducing a home’s air conditioning demand, they are highly noisy while in operation.

      The QuietCool Whole House Fan System is a “New Generation Product” that is based on a time-tested technology of whole-house cooling. It is the most adaptable cooling and ventilation system currently available!

      The fans of the QuietCool Whole House Fan are a multi-fan and multi-location system that circulate voluminous volumes of air per fan. A typical setup would consist of installing a fan with a larger CFM volume in the corridor and a fan with a lower CFM volume in each occupied bedroom.

      Multiply the square footage of your house by two or three to get the total CFM (airflow) and number of QC fans you will need to buy. The House Ventilation Institute recommends a minimum of ten air exchanges per hour, thus sizing your home for the correct quantity of CFMs is crucial. Inadequate air flow will not allow for the minimum of ten air exchanges per hour. Inadequate CFM may also result in inadequate wind, which is required to rapidly cool the dwelling, attic, and skin temperature.

      Riverside County Cities


      Aguanga, Anza, Banning, Beaumont, Blythe, Cabazon, Calimesa, Cathedral City, Coachella, Corona, Desert Center, Desert Hot Springs, Hemet, Homeland, Idyllwild, Indian Wells, Indio, La Quinta, Lake Elsinore, Mecca, Menifee, Mira Loma, Moreno Valley, Mountain Center, Murrieta, Norco, North Palm Springs, Nuevo, Palm Desert, Palm Springs, Perris, Quail Valley, Rancho Mirage, Riverside, San Jacinto, Sun City, Temecula, Thermal, Thousand Palms, Whitewater, Wildomar, Winchester.