Homeowners tend to seek shelter in their homes when they are looking for a cool place to escape the heat outside. Additionally, staying indoors while taking care of common household chores can be uncomfortable without proper ventilation. However, running the average central air conditioning unit in an otherwise energy-efficient home can be costly and wasteful when the outside air is comfortable.
Both attic fans and whole house fans will provide additional ventilation to help make your home more comfortable without the costs, provided that you are in the right outdoor conditions and in the right climate. Contact one of our professionals to find out the differences between the two types of fans. You can use the information provided to you to decide if one of them is the correct choice for your situation.
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