Here at West Country HVAC, we take great pride in ensuring that our customers have access to the best products available on the market, which is why we are so excited to be certified QuietCool dealers in High Desert! We strive to provide the highest levels of service and care to ensure that we are always acting in our customers’ best interests.
Learn more about QuietCool by calling our team at (760) 273-4288 today!
How QuietCool Works
When your QuietCool Whole House Fan is activated, it will begin pulling cooler, fresher outdoor air into your property and pushing out the stale, hot air through attic vents. This can help you to cool off your home and attic by as much as 30ºF or more!
The steps for making QuietCool work for you are simple:
- Whenever outdoor temperatures are cooler than indoors (often morning and evening), open a few windows
- Set the speed and timer on your QuietCool fan to activate it
- Cool air is now being pulled in and hot air is being drawn out
QuietCool offers a wide range of products to ensure that you get absolutely everything you need out of your system. These products include:
- Trident Pro X: QuietCool’s most powerful fan, this product features patented Acoustical Ducting and a highly energy-efficient motor. This quiet, efficient system is capable of a complete air exchange in just one to three minutes.
- Stealth Pro X: With an ultra energy-efficient ECM motor, this whole-house fan is capable of remarkable things while utilizing minimal power.
- RF Controller: This easy-to-use remote control kit helps you utilize your system from anywhere in the house. You can pair as many as 20 switches with the fan so you never have to go far to activate your system!
- AFG PRO-3.0: This is a powerful and energy-efficient motor being offered at a remarkably inexpensive price. Cool your home with this fan that moves up to 2,860 CFM!
- AFG SMT-3.0: QuietCool’s Smart Attic Fan is a remarkable device that cools your home, minimizes moisture and water damage in your attic, and can be controlled from your smart phone with an app.
- Solar fans: These fans are powered by a 30-40 watt solar panel and come with an AC/DC converter to ensure that you get the cooling you need no matter what. They can keep your attic cool and moisture free while minimizing the cost of energy to cool your home!
Want to know how you could improve you indoor air quality today? Give us a call at (760) 273-4288!
There are countless benefits to getting QuietCool installed in your home, such as:
- Fast, efficient cooling: When you use QuietCool, your home will instantly feel 5-10 degrees cooler while you enjoy fresh air from the outdoors. This system is far more efficient than your average air conditioning system, and they work beautifully in tandem!
- Improved ventilation: With a complete air exchange in as little as three to four minutes, you can be certain that unwanted contaminants like cooking odors, smoke, pet dander, dust, and more are all being taken out of your home, instead of breathing it over and over.
- Health benefits: Thanks to QuietCool removing airborne contaminants, dangerous gases, and other pathogens from your home’s air supply, you can enjoy a healthier lifestyle as well as cleaner air.
- Energy savings: Your home’s HVAC unit is one of the most power-intensive appliances in your home, and the QuietCool allows you to stay comfortable while running it far less often. Indeed, you can save as much as 50%-90% on your home’s cooling costs! This system helps you save money and contribute to a more eco-friendly world.
About Indoor Air Quality
The QuietCool line of Whole House Fans were specially designed to cycle in fresh, clean air from the outdoors into your home. Especially during a time when so many people are spending more time indoors than ever before, taking stale air out of circulation is incredibly important.
These fans help to remove many unwanted contaminants from the air, including:
- Airborne pathogens
- Volatile organic compounds
- Stale Air
The need for improved indoor air quality like what QuietCool provides has been backed by experts and organizations like the Center for Disease Control, the Environmental Protection Agency, the American Lung Association, Harvard University, and Johns Hopkins.