Going Green Made Easy with a Whole House Attic Fan

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This article explores how house attic fans promote energy efficiency in the home and in doing so reduce annual electricity bills and one’s carbon footprint.

This article explores how house attic fans promote energy efficiency in the home and in doing so reduce annual electricity bills and one’s carbon footprint.

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  • 1. Going Green Made Easy with a Whole House Attic FanThis article explores how house attic fans promote energy efficiency in the home and in doing so reduce annual electricity bills and one’s carbon footprint.The house attic fan is achieving what no amount of home energy conscientiousness can do.Everybody seems to be shouting those buzzwords nowadays “green”, “renewable”, “cleanenergy”, “carbon footprint”, “organic” and more. However, going green is for some not quiteso easy. Solar panels are a fantastic technology, but can be expensive and a wind turbinewould go so nicely with your collection of garden gnomes if it didn’t eclipse your entirehouse. You may have resolved to use your traditional A/C fans as little as possible but inthe heat of summer, you find yourself in dire need for relief.Thankfully, there is a new solution: the house attic fan www.quietcoolsystems.com).What is a House Attic Fan?Going green and enjoying the benefits of much lower energy consumption in the home iseasily made possible with the house attic fan. This exhaust fan is installed in the attic or onthe roof of your home. By opening up a few windows, it sets up a powerful circulation thatsucks fresh, cool and clean air from the outside while forcing the old, stale and hot air outfrom your home’s attic. The overall effects of the circulation promoted by the house atticfan are:
  • 2. ● Air in the home that is 10º to 20º F cooler ● A reduction in your attic’s temperature by up to 50ºF ● A consistent cool breeze in every room (with an open window) ● A constant supply of fresh air, which promotes the health of you and your family members.The House Attic Fan: Out with the Old and in with the NewThe exhaust fan not only enables you to enjoy a beautifully cool home in the middle ofsummer, but it also drastically reduces your electricity bills; consuming a mere 10% of theelectricity required by traditional A/C fans that in any case only recycle the old stale airinside the home. But while you are focusing on your new ‘green friendly’ status, your houseattic fan is also promoting the health of you and your family! With its strong circulationconstantly replacing the air inside the home, you will find annoyances such as allergies,unpleasant odors and contagious illnesses (colds and flu) to be far less of a problem thanthey were before. Whether you own a menagerie of pets or smoke a pack of cigarettesper day, the air inside your home will be kept clean, fresh and cool thanks to the powerfulexhaust fan action promoted by house attic fans (www.quietcoolsystems.com). Out withthe old air and in with the new!