When the weather gets cooler, it only makes sense to open the windows to get some fresh air throughout the house. But when it gets too chilly, chances are you'll probably keep them shut. And as much as we love and appreciate when our houses are well-ventilated, in-home ventilation systems can cost a pretty penny. Homeowners want to know that their house is going to be protected from air pollutants all year round but without the hefty price tag.
QuietCool is going to be the system you need as the weather gets cold that will ensure you're getting quality for value. Not to mention, as an official installer and partner of QuietCool, we know you'll be getting the best bang for your buck. Here's how these systems can help your energy bills this fall.
Whole House Fans Save Money
QuietCool says that their whole house fans save homeowners the most money, saving them up to 50-90% on their AC-related costs. This is due to the efficient motors, which are not only quiet, but they're super powerful, making them the perfect way to ventilate the home fully.
Each whole-house fan is able to cool well at "just a fraction of the watt usage of an A/C system." While most air conditioners use around 3,500 watts, QuietCool's whole-house fans use about 365 watts, which may be able to save you hundreds of dollars every month on your energy bill.
Attic Fans Save Watts
While attic fans may not be able to keep the whole house cool they keep the attic from stuffing up, which can save you from unwanted dust, mold, and more. Plus, protect your roof from other unnecessary damage. QuietCool's attic fans use even fewer watts than their whole-house ones (at about 92 watts on average), which will save customers up to 30% on their AC-related costs.
Furthermore, attic fans can keep your attic within 10ºF of the outside temperature. Without a fan, your attic can be up to 60ºF hotter than the outside temperature.
You Can See For Yourself
ATI has a landing page for you to explore the many benefits of a QuietCool Ventilation system. Click here to learn more. Compare your savings when using a QuietCool Whole House Fan versus an air conditioning system. It's calculated based on 30 cents per kWh.
To compare, you can choose the type of course fan you want and the model type, with an estimate of the hours you'd be running it for. Then, you can select AC watts for the number of hours and see the differences in price per day, month, and year.
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