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Advanced Home Energy Concepts, the QC Guys, have been installing whole house fans in Sacramento 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 Sacramento County Home with precision and care.
QuietCool whole house fans are the ideal solution for homeowners in all of the cities located within Sacramento County who live in regions with climates similar to those found in Sacramento County. QuietCool whole house fans are able to assist in cooling your home, regardless of whether you are situated closer to the ocean or farther inland. When the outside air temperature drops below 78 degrees in the late afternoon or evening, turning off the central air conditioning and turning on the QuietCool whole house fan at the same time is the most efficient way to use a QuietCool whole house fan in any region. This is the case whether you live in a hot or cold climate. The QuietCool whole house fan then accomplishes the work of eliminating all of the heated air in your home and at the same time chilling your house in a manner that is far better and much quicker than an air conditioner while also saving you a significant amount of money on your power bill.
Whole house fans from QuietCool are a fantastic option for anyone looking for a natural method of cooling their home in Sacramento. So, inhabitants of Sacramento County, how does this process work? The usage of a QuietCool Whole House Fan rather of the air conditioner during the evening and nighttime hours results in significant savings in terms of energy consumption. The QuietCool Whole House Fan is designed to do two things: remove the hot radiant heat from the house and attic and speed up the natural cooling effect of bringing cooler outside air into the house through open windows and screen doors. Additionally, it is intended to flush the heat out of your living space and attic space.
The QuietCool Whole House Fan is not like a conventional central air conditioner in that it does not recirculate the air within the house and does not typically cool the attic. Instead, it efficiently lowers surface temperatures to increase the level of comfort throughout the home. Remove indoor air pollutants, smells, and excess moisture by ventilation your house, which is another key reason why you should do so.
According to the whole house fan technical report that was written by PG&E WHF Tech Sheet, whole house fans are most effective in dry, arid climates like those found in Northern and Southern California, Colorado, and Nevada. Whole house fans can save a homeowner up to 75 percent to 90 percent off of their air conditioning bill. QuietCool Whole house fans are a great way to increase the market value of a home because they are an energy-efficient cooling option, help to create a healthier home by ventilating out indoor air pollutants and asthma-triggering particles, and provide a fast rate of return on investment. All of these benefits come together to make whole house fans an excellent investment (typically within 12 months). Simply said, they are logical.
Traditional whole-house fans have been around for decades, and while they are successful in lowering the amount of time a home needs to be cooled by the air conditioner, they are quite noisy when they are in operation.
The QuietCool Whole Home Fan System is a “New Generation Product” that is based on a time-tested approach of cooling the whole house that has been in use for many years. On the market today, you won’t find a more adaptable cooling and ventilation system than this one!
The QuietCool Whole House Fan fan system is a multi-fan and multi-location system that moves a significant volume of air with each individual fan. Installing one of our CFM fans with a greater volume in your corridor and one of our CFM fans with a lower volume in each of your occupied bedrooms is a standard configuration for our systems.
Multiplying the square footage of your house by a factor of two or three will give you the total CFM (airflow) and number of QC fans that you will need to buy. The House Ventilation Institute recommends a least of ten air exchanges per hour be carried out in a home, hence it is essential that the home be sized for the appropriate quantity of CFMs. If there is inadequate air flow, this will prevent the carrying out of the needed minimum. Inadequate CFM may also prevent the production of an appropriate breeze, which is required for the rapid cooling of the dwelling, the attic, and the temperature of the skin.
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