Whole house fans offer homeowners an inexpensive means of cooling their homes and dramatically reduces cost & the need for air conditioning.
Our whole house fan systems pull cool, fresh air through open windows and push warm, musty air through the attic. Although it does not cool inside air like standard air conditioning; when used correctly, whole house fans can operate as the primary means for cooling a home.
If you haven’t already explored whole house fan systems, one of our certified HVAC techs would be glad to help find the best whole house fan system for your needs.
Our whole house fans offer users multiple benefits such as:
Maki whole house fan systems are installed by one of our licensed technicians, who will guide you through the process step-by-step; answering questions and addressing concerns along the way.
Our whole house fans come fully installed and ready to use at the flip of a switch. Simply open your windows and let the fan do its job! Within 5 minutes, the fan will completely replace the air in your home.
To quickly cool your home down in the morning, use the whole house fan before outside temperatures warm up. After the house has cooled, turn off the fan and shut windows. This will reduce usage of your air conditioning unit and keep cool air in your home. When outside temperatures drop in the evening, use the fan again to cool the warm, afternoon air trapped in the house.
If you want more information about whole house fan systems, or have any questions, feel free to give us a call.
We offer our valued customers a worry-free maintenance program that could save hundreds of dollars per year.
Don’t be caught off-guard by an unexpected HVAC problem. With Maki’s maintenance program customers receive front of the line service within 48 hours and discounts on air conditioner services.
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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.