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If you’re looking for a quick and affordable way to keep your home cool and comfortable this summer, you’ve come to the right place. Mountain Home Services is proud to offer our clients a variety of QuietCool products including, whole-house fans and attic fans. We are a leading provider and installer of QuietCool systems in the Northern Utah area, and we are excited to offer this product to our clients.


Benefits of QuietCool’s Whole House & Attic Fans

As everyone knows, running your air conditioner nonstop in the hot summer months can be quite expensive when it comes to your utility bills. This is where the revolutionary line of QuietCool products shines! Here a just a few of the many benefits that QuietCool’s whole house and attic fans can provide:

  • Instantly feel 5-10 degrees cooler
  • Considerable savings on AC costs
  • Considerable increase in airflow and indoor air quality
  • Prolong the life of your AC Unit
  • Keeps your attic cool
  • Reduces energy usage and your carbon footprint
  • Heat & ventilate your home in winter

As you can see, the QuietCool systems offer considerable benefits to your home’s comfort and safety, while also reducing your monthly energy costs.

How the QuietCool System Works

The QuietCool system is easily explained in 4 steps.

  1. Open your windows: Open a few windows any time it’s cooler outside than inside, typically in the morning and evening.
  2. Turn on the system: Turn your QuietCool fan on by setting the speed and timer.
  3. Bring fresh air in: QuietCool pulls in cool, fresh air from outside and expels hot, stale air out of attic vents.
  4. Enjoy the comfort & savings: Your home has now been made cooler, healthier, and more comfortable.

How to Use a Whole House Fan

When and how to use a whole house fan is a crucial aspect of receiving as many benefits as possible from these fans. The first important step is to ensure that the outdoor air is a temperature you would like in your own home. If it is, simply open 3–4 windows 2–3 inches wide and turn on your whole house fan. This process will flush in the outdoor air and flush out your stale, indoor air.

Difference between Whole House Fans and Air Conditioning

A whole house fan can cool your home, just like an air conditioning system, but in a completely different way. AC systems work well but they are much more expensive to install and are the single most expensive appliance to run in your home, causing higher energy bills during the warmer months of the year.

Central AC works by pulling the air that is inside your home through a condenser to cool the air down and pushes it out through the AC vents in your home. This is a closed loop system that offers no indoor air quality benefits, as it is just recycling the existing air in your home.

This process is much more complicated than a whole house fan and uses a lot of energy. With a whole house fan, you simply open a window when it is cooler outside than it is inside and turn the fan on. This will bring the cool air in and exhaust the hot air out.


Call Mountain Home Services Today to Learn about QuietCool Systems

Mountain Home Services has been providing trusted electrical, heating, and cooling services to the Ogden, Provo, Salt Lake City, and surrounding Northern Utah communities since 1954. You can count on our experts to quickly and efficiently handle all of your home’s electrical and HVAC needs.

Choose Mountain Home Services for superior repair and replacement you can depend on!


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