Whole House Fans: Quiet Cool Alternative to Air Conditioning

Running quietly in the attic of Pam Sato’s Mililani home is a breakthrough piece of technology in energy-efficient home cooling products. Unseen from the outside of the home, the Whole House Fan quietly draws hot air out of the living space through a ceiling intake while cooling both the home’s living space and attic at a fraction of the cost of air conditioning systems.

“Since I installed my Whole House Fan system in 2011, it’s been all I’ve used to cool my home and saved me money off my electrical bills,” said Sato. “I saved more when it came time to put in solar by installing fewer panels. I tell everyone about it; it’s amazing how it sucks the hot air right out of my home!”

The popularity of this alternative cooling system is growing as homeowners discover how effective it is. Throughout Oahu, more than 400 homeowners have taken steps towards in-home comfort and lower electrical bills by having Whole House Fans installed.

“I run my Whole House Fan instead of my A/C and save an average of $100 per month,” said Kumu Vasconcellos of Hawaii Kai. “It’s a great way to cool my town home!”

“Homeowners today are more aware of the need for energy efficiency and are actively looking for better ways to cool their homes,” said Ivan Whitworth of Island Cooling LLC. “And the Whole House Fan is a perfect fit for our island lifestyle. Rather than having to close windows and doors and hiding out with chilled air, the Whole House Fan takes advantage of natural airflow and allows us to live a more open life.”

Running quietly in the attic of Pam Sato’s Mililani home is a breakthrough piece of technology in energy-efficient home cooling products. Unseen from the outside of the home, the Whole House Fan quietly draws hot air out of the living space through a ceiling intake while cooling both the home’s living space and attic at a fraction of the cost of air conditioning systems.

“Since I installed my Whole House Fan system in 2011, it’s been all I’ve used to cool my home and saved me money off my electrical bills,” said Sato. “I saved more when it came time to put in solar by installing fewer panels. I tell everyone about it; it’s amazing how it sucks the hot air right out of my home!”

The popularity of this alternative cooling system is growing as homeowners discover how effective it is. Throughout Oahu, more than 400 homeowners have taken steps towards in-home comfort and lower electrical bills by having Whole House Fans installed.

“I run my Whole House Fan instead of my A/C and save an average of $100 per month,” said Kumu Vasconcellos of Hawaii Kai. “It’s a great way to cool my town home!”

“Homeowners today are more aware of the need for energy efficiency and are actively looking for better ways to cool their homes,” said Ivan Whitworth of Island Cooling LLC. “And the Whole House Fan is a perfect fit for our island lifestyle. Rather than having to close windows and doors and hiding out with chilled air, the Whole House Fan takes advantage of natural airflow and allows us to live a more open life.”

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