Are you interested in a QuietCool whole house fan for your home in Oklahoma?
For most homeowners in Oklahoma, summertime is typically hot during the day, while cooling down during the early evening hours. This can increase the cooling costs for your home, because you might be running the air conditioner all day and all night. It is a constant struggle trying to keep comfortable at a lower energy cost. We have a perfect solution for you and your home. With QuietCool whole house fans you can stay comfortable at a fraction of the cost by not constantly running an air conditioning unit.
Here at QC Oklahoma, we take the needs of all Oklahoma homeowners seriously. Let us be the cooling experts that you can trust for all your energy-efficient home cooling needs. When you are looking for quality products, fast and friendly service, and results that can make you smile, you don’t need to look any further.
A QuietCool whole house fan is not like your traditional whole house fan, you know the whole house fans you can see through and up into the attic. QuietCool has revolutionized and created an advanced whole house fan that is ducted. This whole house fan system is capable of producing large amounts of air flow at a lower energy cost. These systems can help alleviate issues by exhausting and dispelling hot indoor air out through the attic. By expelling hot indoor air out of the home and replacing it with cooler fresh air, you get an immediate cooling effect. This cooling effect which is felt will increase the comfort level of your home.
Installing a whole house fan is much more difficult than you think and should always be done by someone who is experienced in electrical work. This is why we suggest you hire a professional. Imagine if you accidently cut into your wall, wired the controls incorrectly, or even mounted the whole house fan in an unsafe spot. All of this could lead to costly repairs.
Another reason why installing a whole house fan should be installed by a professional is because of attic ventilation. Normally, you would need to increase the attic’s intake and exhaust ventilation to accommodate a whole house fan. Not having enough ventilation can cause the whole house fan to create a backdraft in a furnace, water heater or gas-lit dryers, pulling combustible products such as carbon monoxide into your living area. Without properly sizing the fan or creating the necessary venting, a whole house fan can ineffectively perform at its prime specifications.
When using a whole house fan, be mindful that you should open a few windows throughout the house to prevent unwanted pressure from one location of the home. If you were to only focus on one part of a home, just make sure your fan is operating at a low speed. This not only saves you energy but cools your home at a fraction of the cost.
There are plenty of whole house fan companies out there creating and developing new whole house fans. But there is one company that places themselves at the forefront of the whole house fan industry and that is QuietCool. Since 2003, QuietCool has been developing ground-breaking whole house fan technology by improving air flow, quiet operation, and even creating durable products. We are home cooling experts and we know what brands are the best. We install QuietCool whole house fans because they are the best. They have a mission and that is to keep homeowners comfortable for pennies an hour.