Just Flip A Switch and Begin To Cool & Ventilate Your Home. Quiet Cool Whole-House Fans Are Revolutionizing the Market!
The Quiet Cool System is a "New Generation Product," based on a proven method of whole-house cooling that has been around for years. It is the most versatile cooling and ventilating system on the market today! It Cools. It Ventilates. It Exhausts. The Quiet Cool fans are a multi-fan and multi-location system that moves large volumes of air (CFM) per fan.
The Quiet Cool Fans are easy to install and have insulated self-closing, damper doors, that create a positive closure to prevent air from freely flowing from the house to the attic when the fans are not in operation.
Most importantly, the Quiet Cool fans are attached in a hanging position from your attic rafters, away from your living area to provide tremendously quiet operation, less than 0.4 sones (a sone is a subjective unit of loudness). The next quietest fan on the market is about 3.0 sones, more than 7 times higher than the Quiet Cool System!
One of the main reasons that other manufacturer's fans are much louder than the Quiet Cool fans is because their fans are mounted on wood framing in the attic and flush to your ceiling, (this places the motor directly above your living space which ='s NOISE).
The Quiet Cool system is designed to cool and ventilate your entire home by pulling warm, stale air up and out of the home while drawing fresh cool air in. Insulated, air conditioning grade ducting is used in the Quiet Cool systems to reduce irritating fan noise. The Quiet Cool fans are so quiet, they can be installed in any room (with attic access), including bedrooms and can be operated while you soundly sleep! You have the option of privacy when operating the Quiet Cool fans with the bedroom doors closed! This is a benefit never before seen with traditional whole house fans, that are usually mounted in a hallway or in a central location.
Whole house fans are rated according to the amount of air they can move. This is measured in cubic feet of air per minute, or CFM. In order to be effective, a whole house fans CFM rating should be 2 to 3 times the square footage of the house.
For example, a 1,500 square foot house should have a whole house fan system capable of moving 3,000 to 6,000 CFM of airflow.