We get calls every day about our whole house fans. Customers are curious about what whole house fans we have, what the fans are capable of, and if their house is compatible. To provide some help for these inquiries, we’ve answered some of the typical questions we get regarding our wonderful whole house fans.
Operating a whole house fan is a breeze! To use our energy efficient whole house fans, just open a few windows and turn the system on. You will notice immediate cooling in the home as the air passes and then your attic will be flushed of all of its heat as well to eliminate the need to run ac in the evening.
Maki installs highly efficient QuietCool whole house fans to quickly cool your home, but the fan still needs to be properly sized. We use a CFM calculator, along with other factors, to determine what size whole house fan will perform optimally in your home. To get help calculating what fan size you need, contact us for a free estimate.
Some of the many benefits of whole house fans include lower electric bill and improved indoor air quality. To read more, jump over to our whole house fan benefits blog!
QuietCool whole house fans have a smooth, ultra-quiet operating noise level of 40-50db. That’s even less noise than your indoor fan motor on some homes! Other attic whole house fans can be upwards up 80-90db.
There are many factors that determine if a home qualifies for a whole house fan. Attic space and ventilation are just some things to be considered when considering a whole house fan. The best way of determining your compatibility is to get a free evaluation from one of Maki’s certified, professionally trained consultants. Our friendly Maki consultant will inform you of the necessary steps and answer any questions you may have about whole house fans.
When you contact us, one of our friendly technicians will visit your home to serve your needs. Not sure if you need help? We’d still be happy to swing by to give you a check-up on your systems so you can continue to live comfortably – and affordably – in your home.