LONG TERM HEALTH BENEFITS:
EVERYDAY COMMON TANGIBLE AIR QUALITY HEALTH BENEFITS:
WHEN TO RUN THE QUIETCOOL FOR VENTILATION & INDOOR AIR QUALITY:
Run the system anytime the outside air quality is “good”. Outdoor air quality is easy to monitor in real-time reports by visiting www.airnow.gov or by checking your local weather station app. You can also view www.pollen.com for real-time reports and forecasts regarding pollens and allergens. As long as the outside air quality is “good”, you only need to run the fan for 3-4 minutes for a complete air exchange. This means you can run it regardless of the outside temperature – it doesn’t matter if it’s 22 ºF outside or 122 ºF because 3 to 4 minutes is not enough to induce any thermal mass change. There is no better solution for the IAQ problem than running a complete air exchange with QuietCool. QC Oklahoma recommends doing that at least twice a week.
EXTENDS THE LIFE OF YOU’RE A/C SYSTEM:
WHEN TO RUN YOUR QUIETCOOL FOR OPTIMAL SAVINGS:
Run the system anytime the outside temperature is cooler than the inside temperature.
Typically, when you get home from work in the evening or in the early morning, you can run the fan on high for just a few minutes. This will exhaust the heat from the attic. Next, shift into the low setting to run throughout the night.
FREASH COOL AIR ON A SWITCH:
WHEN TO RUN THE QUIETCOOL FOR COOLING AND COMFORT:
Run the system in accordance to your personal preference. Everyone is a little different, but if you prefer a temperature of around 70 ºF, you will be able to turn on your fan when the outside temperature hits somewhere in the neighborhood of 80 ºF (because of the airflow will automatically make you feel 10 ºF cooler).