Whole House Fan Blog

  • Working at Home Without AC? What Are Your Options?

    If you're working at home now during the dog days of summer, chances are you're working in a very warm environment. That could be because you either have no air conditioning, or if you do, you know how costly it can be to run your AC all day long and you don't want to crank up your energy bills.
  • What We Know About Air Conditioning and COVID-19

    As cases of COVID-19 continue to rapidly rise throughout the South, researchers think there might be an essential, but overlooked factor in the virus spreading in the region. This factor is air conditioning.
  • Vaulted Ceilings Vertical Mount For QuietCool Whole House Fans

    Whole House Fans will eliminate the heat from rooms in your home with vaulted ceilings.
  • Why is My Air Conditioner Always Running?

    While a continuously running air conditioner in a heatwave might be normal, particularly on days where it's in the 90s or even 100s where your AC i...
  • Causes of Uneven Cooling in Your Home

     Is your AC unit running, but not spreading around cool air in your home like it should? If so, this is known as uneven cooling and it's actually a common problem many encounter with air conditioners. It’s culprit could be one or more of the following:

  • Why is My Air Conditioner Freezing Up?

    Air conditioning units are supposed to cool the temperatures down, but they can also become too cold and freeze up. While this may sound odd, it's true and there are a number of reasons why your AC unit might freeze up. Below are some of these reasons.
  • Are There Side Effects to Constantly Running Your Air Conditioner?

    During the summertime, while running the air conditioning unit may be something you think you can't live without, for many, having it constantly running could be poised to be problematic. If you have a poorly designed or badly maintained AC unit, whether in your vehicle, home or workplace, it could become contaminated and possibly harmful.

  • What is the Breeze Effect Benefit of Whole House Fans?

    Whole house fans are exactly what they sound like — big stationary fans that cool your whole house instead of just a small area, like a desk or floor fan does.

    Whole house fans create a cooling indoor breeze. This indoor "breeze effect" provides you with numerous benefits.  Read our blog to learn the benefits.

  • Best Practices When Finishing Your Attic

    Finishing your attic helps to add utility and space, increasing your home’s value, if you do it properly. If you don’t plan it properly or adhere t...
  • Spring Cleaning the Eco-Friendly Way

    Chemical cleaning products can be found in virtually every modern home. These often petroleum-based products come with environmental and health imp...
  • Spring HVAC To Do Checklist

    Now that spring is right around the corner, a spring HVAC checklist is an ideal way of preparing your home for the warmer temperatures. With some p...
  • Why Whole House Fan Noise Is a Thing of the Past

    A whole-house fan is a relatively easy-to-understand device. You mount the fan in a central hallway ceiling (for example, in a two-story home’s top...