VentCool Whole House Fans
Save on the cost of air conditioning and reduce utility costs by using a VentCool Whole House Fan.
Ultra-quiet VentCool Whole House Fans (WHF) cool naturally by replacing hot indoor air with cool outdoor air. VentCool fans use about one tenth the electricity of a typical air conditioner and reduce utility costs. Benefits:
- Dramatic energy savings
- Ultra-quiet operation
- Convenient timer settings
How VentCool Whole House Fans Work
- Brushed aluminum fan housing
- Wall mounted controls switch
- 7 feet of insulated, noise reducing flexduct (excludes 1.7 model)
- AirLoc Gravity damper in 3.4 and 4.9 models
- Power Seal Motorized, heavy duty, insulated, self-sealing damper in 1.7, 3.5 and 5.0 models
The VentCool Whole House Fan system is activated via a wall switch or optional remote control. With the whole house fan is engaged louvered dampers automatically open to draw cool air in through home and into attic. Outside air is pulled into the home through open windows, and stale warm air is exhausted through the attic vents. VentCool Whole House Fans feature multi-speed, low wattage, Electronically Commutated Motors (ECMs) that move large volumes of air. Fans are installed away from the ceiling opening using insulated, noise dampening flex duct. VentCool fans deliver optimum energy efficiency and ultra-quiet operation.
VentCool whole house fans are the ultimate in simplicity. They are quiet, powerful, and efficient. We offer a simple range of sizes and configurations. Select the appropriate VentCool whole house fan system for any home.
Which VentCool® Whole House Fan Best Fits Your Needs?
A Whole House Fan will cool your home naturally by pulling in cool air from open windows and exhausting hot air through the attic and roof. Used when the outside air is cooler than inside air, a Whole House Fan is effective in increasing ventilation, promoting cooling and saving energy dollars.
To properly size a VentCool Whole House Fan you will need to know:
- What region in the country is the house located.
- How many floors does the house have?
- What is the square footage of the house?
- How many bedrooms does the house have?
- What is the average ceiling height of the house?