What is a whole house fan? A whole house fan is typically installed near the center of your attic floor, and it is designed to draw in cooler air from outside. We’re fortunate to be located in California’s central valley, since it has a near-perfect climate for use of a whole house fan. Much like you figure an attic fan would operate, a whole house fan then pushes hot air out of the attic. Under ideal conditions, you can open your windows during cool mornings or evenings, turn on the whole house fan and cool your home without the use of air conditioning.
So which brand is the best whole house fan? Lee’s Air recommends the Trident Pro Line, one of QuietCool’s premier whole house fan systems, available exclusively through licensed contractors, like Lee’s Air . This system includes a removable grille, wall switch control and a timer control in every box. This system will help you reduce your A/C related electricity costs and pays for itself faster than any other “green energy” product on the market today. The fan motor and self-contained duct system hangs in the attic and the fan’s whisper quiet operation is made possible by QuietCool’s patented acoustical ducting that provides six feet of separation between the fan motor-head and the ceiling intake grill inside the house.