Airscape Whole House Fan


AirScape Whole House Fan can cool down your home and your electric bills

A whole house fan is a type of fan installed in a building’s ceiling, designed to pull hot air out of the building. Most whole house fans force the air into the attic space. This causes a positive pressure in the attic, forcing air out through the roof vents, while at the same time producing a negative pressure inside the living areas, which draws cool air in through open windows.

An attic fan, on the other hand, is installed at the roof level (or gable end), and it regulates the heat level of a building’s attic by exhausting hot air. An attic fan requires additional roof vents to draw in fresh air as the hot air is exhausted.

A whole house fan is a primary natural cooling device that can significantly enhance, reduce or even eliminate the need for ‘manufactured’ cool air. Consuming far less energy than air conditioning, a whole house fan can significantly lower the temperature in a building very quickly. Effective whenever outdoor temperatures drop below indoor temperatures, an AirScape Whole House Fan can cool down your home and your electric bills.

 
 
 

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Attic Fan vs. Whole House Fan

The terms attic fan and whole house fan are some times used interchangeably but they are two very different things.

An attic fan is installed within the attic space of a building and is used during the peak cooling hours to exhaust hot air from the attic space.

A whole house fan on the other hand, is installed between the building space and the attic and is used to pull hot air from the living space into the attic space. This causes negative pressure in the living space, drawing cooler air in through open windows. A whole house fan is most effective during the evening, night and early morning hours when the outside air is cooler than the indoor air.

A whole house fan is a primary natural cooling device that can significantly enhance, reduce or even eliminate the need for ‘manufactured’ cool air. Consuming far less energy than air conditioning, a whole house fan can significantly lower the temperature in a building very quickly. Effective whenever outdoor temperatures drop below indoor temperatures, a whole house fan can cool down your home and your electric bills.

Midwest Comfort Heating & Cooling, an AirScape Whole House Fan Pro Installer

Midwest Comfort Heating & Cooling is proud to be an AirScape Whole House Fan Pro Installer. AirScape Whole House Fans are not only energy efficient but are among the quietest whole house fans on the market today. Their innovative design also includes actuator controlled insulated doors which close tightly when not in use to seal the living space from the attic space. Exclusive to AirScape, innovative remote and wired control solutions offer convenient operation and easy installation. Choose either timer or programmable controllers, featuring precision time and temperature accuracy.

Proudly manufactured in North America with metal construction, industry grade components, and solid-state electronics guarantees years of maintenance free operation. All whole house fans and controls are triple tested to ensure quality and backed by a 3-year warranty with superior technical support.

If you would like to learn more about the AirScape Whole House Fan and see if it is the right solution for your home or building, please contact the AirScape Whole House Fan Pro Installers at Midwest Comfort Heating & Cooling today.

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