Whole House Fan Installation in Temecula
Quiet, Powerful & Efficient Natural Cooling
Sometimes all we need to cool down is a simple burst of air from a fan. In most climates, whole-house fans are an excellent, energy-saving alternative to full air conditioning units. Easy to install and cost-effective, whole-house fans have become very popular with homeowners who are also concerned with energy conservation and indoor air quality.
How do Whole House Fans Work?
Whole house fans have one function — to push hot air out of your attic, and pull cool air back into your home. It's that simple! Whole house fans are means to be used when the outdoor air is cooler than your indoor air and are designed to be used when one or more windows are open. The negative pressure created by the fan draws cool air in from the open windows and circulates warm air out through vents in your attic.
Whole house fans are quiet, effective, and great for your wallet as well because they use considerably less power than a central air conditioning system. When you call us, our Temecula ventilation experts can recommend the proper amount of whole house fans necessary to cool your entire home based on your home’s square footage.
Request an Appointment with Our Inland Empire Team Today!
If you are looking to cool down your attic and your living space simultaneously, ask the fan experts at On Time Home Services about the best whole house fan options for you. In addition to installations, we also offer service and maintenance for existing units/
It’s time to cool down! Call On Time Home Services at (949) 649-8777.
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