Available in 3 sizes to fit any house! Energy efficient air tight fans with R-38 or R-50 insulated doors.
What is a Whole House Fan?
Whole House Fans are used to cool your entire house and attic by pulling in cool air from outdoors and exhausting the hot air into the attic where it vents outdoors. Whole house attic fans cool your house for a fraction of the cost of air conditioning.
How Does a Whole House Fan Work?
Whenever Outside Temperatures Are Cooler - You Would Open Your Home's Windows And Turn On Your whole house fan. Cooler Outdoor Air Flows Through The Home - Cooling The Living Space Of Your Home. Designed to pull out hot air from a house or building, a whole house fan serves the purpose of an exhaust system.
What Is The Difference Between Whole House Fans and Attic Fans?
Many people confuse a whole house fan with an attic fan, but the two accomplish different goals. Whole house fans pull the hot air from inside your house into the attic where it vents outdoors. Attic fans simply force hot air out of the attic and don't provide any cooling to the living area. Although whole house fans may be installed in an attic, the primary difference is that whole house fans suck all the hot air out of your house, drawing in cooler outdoor air in through the windows.
Is a Whole House Fan Less Expensive to Operate Than Air Conditioning?
Americans Spend 22 Billion Dollars Each Year To Cool Their Homes With Air Conditioning! In hot climates such as California, Texas, Florida, etc. a homeowner with a 2,800 square foot home Could Easily Spend $3,000 Over A Six Month Period Using A Central Air Conditioner To Cool Their Home!
Compare The Savings When Using A Whole House Fan To Cool Your Home. A Whole House Fan's Operating Cost Is ONE TENTH The Cost Of A/C Usage! If during a same six month period the homeowner who spent $3,000 on air conditioning used a whole house fan instead, they could have saved $2,700!
In climates that are mild and temperate, a whole house fan can completely eliminate the need to have air conditioning, such as central whole house air conditioning. You may be able to reduce your energy costs by 80 percent by installing an energy efficient whole house fan.
If you live in an area with a moderate climate, you may be able to use a whole house fan for most of your cooling needs and reserve your air conditioner for the hottest hours of the day. A 5 Ton Central Air Conditioning Unit Can Use More Than 6000 Watts Of Electricity Per Hour! Compare that to 118-800 watts of power usage with one of our whole house fans. Installing & using a whole house fan is the most affordable and cost effective energy saving solution you could make that will have the greatest direct impact on your monthly utility bills.
Are Whole House Fans Loud?
Old generation whole house fans could be quite loud. They were inefficient and not designed for optimum cooling. Our fans are whisper quiet and very effective at cooling you home.
But Do Whole House Fans Really Work?
A whole house fan is economical and practical. It can substantially lower the temperature in a home or building rapidly. It's certainly much more affordable than air conditioning. Our whole house fans are not only energy efficient, but environmentally friendly as well. Our whole house fans are also much quieter than the older whole house fans models.
Whole house fans can rapidly reduce interior temperatures within a matter of minutes. Windows much be open for the whole house fan to work most effectively. These types of fans are best used in the morning or evening when the air outside is cooler and fresher. This will allow the cooler air to be drawn into the home when the whole house fan is turned on.
Whole house fans have been used across America for many years. Whole house fans are very effective at cooling a home anytime outdoor air temperature is cooler than inside your home.
With Sky-Rocketing Energy Prices - Investing In A Whole House Fan Is A No Brainer - It Will Pay For Itself In A Very Short Period Of Time, Then Pay You In Saved Utility Bills Year After Year! Yes, Over Its Lifetime A Whole House Fan Can Save You Thousands & Thousands Of Dollars...
Why are These Whole House Fans The Best Available?
What makes our Whole House Fans so special is that they are insulated to R-38 or R-50 and they automatically seal tight when not in use. They are the only R-38 or R-50 insulated whole house fans on the market and meet California Energy Commission Title 20 efficiency requirements. Energy Conservation and Building Codes across USA now require whole house fans to be sealed and insulated.
We have the solutions!
Typical whole house fans are not insulated and leak your valuable heated and cooled air, wasting your money. Worse they can leak heat and moisture into the attic which can lead to attic mold and ice dams. Not Ours!
3 Size Models To Choose From:
Depending on your home size, configuration and preferences we Are Certain To Have A Whole House Fan That Works Best For You! All our fans are all designed to retro-fit into existing homes.
All models are California Title 24 compliant and listed on the California Energy Commission appliance efficiency directory.
HV1000 fits homes up to 1200 sf, insulated to R-38 or R-50, and has an optional remote control available at extra cost ($99). Our Original Attic Fan! California Title 24 compliant and listed on the California Energy Commission appliance efficiency directory.
Single speed fan.
Remote Control Optional (add $99)
Built-In Auto Closing Insulated Doors R-38 or R-50
Sound Level: Quiet
Performance: Moves 1,000 cfm with only 70 watts of power
Net Free Vent Requirements: 2 Sq. Ft. Of Unobstructed Roof/Attic Venting
Can be mounted in wall or ceiling.
Interior grille included
Hardwired for power and control (control not included). Recommended controls are the TTi-HVRC remote kit, or an SPST wall switch, or a non-digital spring wound mechanical timer.
Since 1983 the HV1000 whole house fan has been cooling homes across America. The HV1000 is energy efficient, quiet (3 sones - 62 decibels), draft proof, completely automatic and UL/CUL listed.
The HV1000 requires no maintenance. The fan motors of the HV1000 are of extremely high quality and are built to last. The unit has R-38 or R-50 insulated doors. The HV series of fans are insulated and when not in use form an air tight seal between your attic and living space. There is no other unit available that boasts these levels of insulation and protection. As an additional quality control method, every single unit is tested and run at the factory for 24 hours prior to shipping, a commitment to a great product which we can say is Assembled In The USA.
HV1600 fits homes up to 2000 sf, two-speed fans, insulated to R-38 or R-50, and includes a remote control. This is our MOST POPULAR fan! California Title 24 compliant and listed on the California Energy Commission appliance efficiency directory.
High Speed Sound Level: Moderate 70 decibels (1600 CFM)
Performance: Moves 1,000 cfm low speed and 1,600 cfm high speed
Requires 2.13 Sq. Ft Of Unobstructed Roof/Attic Venting
Can be mounted in wall or ceiling.
Includes interior grille, 6' power cord and a radio frequency remote control.
The HV-1600 has two speed settings, low/high. On low the unit performs with 1000 cfm of air flow. On high the unit does 1600 cfm of air flow.
The HV1600 requires no maintenance. The fan motors of the HV1600 are of extremely high quality and are built to last. The unit has R-38 or R-50 insulated doors. The HV series of fans are insulated and when not in use form an air tight seal between your attic and living space. There is no other unit available that boasts these levels of insulation and protection. As an additional quality control method, every single unit is tested and run at the factory for 24 hours prior to shipping, a commitment to a great product which we can say is Assembled In The USA.
HV3400 fits homes up to 3400 sf, two-speed fans, insulated to R-38 or R-50, and includes a remote control. This is OUR LARGEST fan! California Title 24 compliant and listed on the California Energy Commission appliance efficiency directory.
2 Speed Fans
Built-In Auto Closing Insulated Doors R-38 or R-50
Performance: Moves 1,900 cfm low speed and 3,400 cfm high speed
Net Free Vent Requirements: 4.6 Sq. Ft. Of Unobstructed Roof/Attic Venting
Includes a 24.5 X 16.5 o.d. white interior grille, 6' power cord and radio frequency remote control.
The HV3400 with R-38 or R-50 Insulation combines a powerful 2-speed fan with double thick insulated doors to provide you with terrific ventilation and greater insulating effectiveness.
Powerful - Insulated For Cold Climates - Maintenance Free.
You will hardly know the Powerful 2-Speed Fan is running! On low at 1900 cfm it is so quiet you will hardly know that it is running. On high at 3400 cfm, it emits a comfortable, low frequency murmur indicative of its very efficient but powerful motor.
2 Speed RF Remote Control - Gets The Heat Out Fast - On Low Quietly Maintains A Flow Of Fresh Cool Air. Two speed operation with an amazing 3400 cubic feet per minute on high air flow rating and a quiet 1900 cubic feet per minute on low. Uses a handheld RF remote control (included) and a simple line cord to plug into any attic outlet (115 VAC). The HV3400 will fit 16" or 24" on center rafters. The HV3400 has been designed in a 2 piece modular fashion, so it can now fit in almost any attic!
Easy Installation - No Joist Cutting - Fits Into Existing Homes With Ease. The HV3400 whole house fan combines the ease of installation and the efficiency of operation of motorized insulated doors with an energy efficient, large diameter fan to produce a remarkably quiet whole house fan that closes and seals when it is not being used. R-38 or R-50 Value Insulation seals the fan to lessen air leaks.
Our Whole House Fans are provided with A Moderate Air Flow Rate so they are whisper quiet, More Efficient & More Effective than Traditional Whole House Fans.
They Are Easier To Install & Require No Joist Cutting
Require Much Less Roof & Attic Ventilation
Operate At Reduced Noise Level
Insulated to R-38 or R-50
Require No Maintenance
Why Do Our Whole House Fans Work So Well?
The Greatest Gains When Operating A Whole House Fan Occur Within The First Few Air Exchanges. As The Whole House Fan Quickly Removes The Hot Air In The Home And Superheated Air In The Attic. A Moderate Flow Of Air Continuously Removing The Radiating Heat Works Very Efficiently.
How Long Will It Take To Cool Your Home?
All homes are unique and their are many factors that determine how long it will take your home to cool down. A whole house fan is not air conditioning. A whole house fan works fastest when their is a large difference between the outdoor air temperature and indoor air temperature.
For example, on a spring day, say peak daytime temperatures hit 80 degrees Fahrenheit, the inside of your home warms up to an uncomfortable 90 degrees F. During the evening hours, the outside temperature drops below 55 degrees F. When you turn on your whole house fan cooling happens and it will it is very quick. This is because you are replacing your homes air with 60 degree air - and removing much hotter air.
Now take a hot summer day, where daytime temperatures exceed 95 degrees F. As the sun beats down on your home, heat begins to store in your attic and home's structure. Attic temperatures could easily exceed 140 degrees F. During the evening, the outdoor air temperature drops to a range in the high 70's. The moment your whole house fan turns on, the cooling process begins, as the fan replaces hot air with cooler outside air. Cooling in this case happens, but at a slower rate.
Videos for our R-38 and R-50 Insulated Whole House Attic Fans
See the HV1600 Whole House Fan and how it will reduce your air conditioning costs and provide year round indoor comfort. 2-Speed, 1,600 cfm and remote controlled.
See the HV3400 Whole House Fan and how it will coool the home for pennies a day. 2-Speed, 3,400 cfm and Remote Controlled.
HV1000 Whole House Fan
HV1000 Whole House Fan
Ventilates up to 1500 square foot house.
Comes complete with Built-In Auto Closing R-38 or R-50 Insulated Doors. Remote control optional ($99 not included).
HV1600 Whole House Fan
HV1600 Whole House Fan
Ventilates up to 2500 square foot house.
Comes complete with Built-In Auto Closing Insulated Doors R-38 or R-50 and remote control. 2-speed, our Most Polular model.
HV3400 Whole House Fan
HV3400 R-38 Whole House Fan
Our Biggest model! Ventilates up to 3400 square foot house.
Comes complete with Built-In Auto Closing Insulated Doors R-38 or R-50 and remote control.
Thank you. the airflow is so refreshing and I saved $200.00 month on my electric bill. (HV3400) David F., MI
I love the fact that your units are insulated and I do not lose heat in the winter. It eliminated a lot of the A/C usage. (HV3400) Marsha M.
You have a great product. (HV3400) William W., CT
The units cools my house and also clears my cooking odors believe it or not!! (HV3400) Gary W., CT
The HV3400 is very energy efficient. Galen P., Kingsburg CA
The HV3400 is manufactured very well and I saved 20% on my electric bill. Dennis H., Toledo, OH
I love the HV3400. I saved so much $$ - I only had to use my A/C 3 times the whole year. Jason B., Simi Valley CA
The HV3400 cools my house without using my A/C ? I have saved $70.00 a month. Richard C., Portage, OH
I have saved more than $200.00 a month on my electric bill! (HV3400) Eric D., Greenville DE
I was going to by a central A/C and decided to try the HV3400 first. I do not even need the central a/c at all. Linda Van M., Los Gatos, CA
I show off my HV3400 to everyone that comes over. We love it. Mark B., Allentown PA
I just received my HV1600 fan and installed it. It works great. I had bought a very similar looking model from Home Depot for about half the price and installed it only to find that it sounded like a 747 was in my family room. I took it out and replaced it with yours. Your fan is so quiet we love it. Thanks. Frank G.
Just wanted to let you know how much I love the HV1000. All week people have complained of the high temperatures and how miserable they are. I have run the fan for 45 minutes early in the morning then I closed up the house and go to work. Although daytime temperatures have been around 100 degrees all week (and it hasn't cooled down much at night) my house is comfortable inside. After a week of high temperatures it was 75 degrees inside this morning and no air conditioner. Anne P., Conway, MA
Quiet Unit That Moves A Lot Of Air - Allows Us To Keep The A/C Off - Good Product. Scott B., Plainfield, IL