Want To Know How A Whole House Fan Works?

You may have noticed that your power bills soar to unbelievable costs when you use your air conditioning systems constantly throughout the warm months. They can also be a bit of an eyesore in your home, sticking obviously out of the wall catching dust.

If you’d like to keep cool without the incredible costs this summer, try switching to a whole house fan. With a whole house fan, you will be maximising the fresh air that enters your home whilst also eliminating potential air conditioning unit problems and high power bills. You will no longer need to experience issues with stale, hot air in your home. A whole house fan will revolutionise the way you cool and ventilate your home all year round, regardless of the season.

If you are looking to cool your home in just minutes, then a whole house fan is the solution for you. The innovative design of the whole house fan will cool your home quickly and at a fraction of the costly energy spendings that it would take an air conditioning unit.

How A Whole House Fan Works

If you want cool, fresh air in your home all year round a whole house fan is the way to go. But how does it work? We’re here to tell you!

Whole house fans operate by drawing in the air from outdoors to cool your home. The air being drawn in then pushes the warm, stale air from indoors through the fan, into the attic and out through the ventilation. In return, clean air enters through the windows and creates a circulation of fresh air inside your home. 

This circulation of air in your home is not just useful for cooling your home during summer, it is useful for circulating clean air through your home all year round. An air conditioning unit simply draws in outdoor air, but it doesn’t replace it and instead just recirculates the same musty, old air. A whole house fan allows you to experience fresh air in just minutes.

The unique componentry and operational elements of whole house fans are what truly makes their design innovative. The energy-efficient brushless motor is built to stand the test of time. The five durable metal fan blades are powder coated and rust-proof while in-use. The extra blades enable continuous airflow, while the exclusive damper box design increases the airflow to your entire home. The intake grill can easily be removed for easy cleaning. A whole house fan has no visible fasteners resulting in a sleek, modern finish.

Owning a whole house fan will not only eliminate the use of air conditioning and reduce your power bills, but it will also increase the quality of the air in your home. Having clean, fresh air in your home at all times should be a top priority. It will also reduce the instance of odours and remove stale air being shut in during the cooler winter months.

A whole house fan is a simple investment that will keep your home cool and well ventilated all year round. If you want to know more about our whole house fans, solar roof ventilation systems or would like to book a consultation, contact the daylighting and ventilation experts at Solatube Home on 02 9725 5433.

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