Aurora Attic Fans

If you live in Aurora, you can potentially keep your home cool and comfortable all summer long without ever turning on an air conditioner just by using an attic fan.

At Colorado Insulation and Whole House Fans, we are Aurora’s top attic fan supplier. Whether you’re looking to reduce the use of your air conditioner or replace its use altogether, our team of expert installers can help.

Give us a call or contact us online to learn more.

How Does an Attic Fan Work?

Attic fans work to cool your home by bringing in fresh air from outside and circulating it through your home while pushing out warm air.

Here’s how to use the Quiet Cool attic fan system:

  1. Open a select number of windows during times of the day when the temperature is cooler. This tends to be in the mornings and evenings.
  2. Set a fan speed and timer to customize how you’d like the fan to run.
  3. The attic fan pulls cooler fresh air in from outside and pushes hot, stagnant air through the attic space.
  4. As the attic fan runs, your living space becomes cooler. Enjoy!

When to Use an Attic Fan

The best time to use a whole house fan is when the outside air temperature is relatively cool. This is typically in the morning and evening hours, and it’s also when the air outside is most likely to be cooler than the air inside your home.

An attic fan is also helpful in the winter to rid your home of stale air and odors, especially from cooking, smoke, or pets.

Benefits of a Whole House Fan

An attic fan does more than just cool down hot attics or provide attic ventilation. An attic fan can also cool your home without clunky or expensive air conditioner units. Aurora homeowners choose whole house fan installations for a long list of benefits.

Lower Energy Bills 

Cooling your home during the summer is expensive. However, the reduced energy consumption of an attic fan means that you can get comparable cooling for a fraction of the price – up to 90% less!

Save Money Overall

An attic fan has a long-life span and requires minimal upkeep. Instead of buying expensive parts and paying for emergency repairs, you’ll have a reliable cooling solution for years.

Quiet Operation

A whole house fan operates with whisper-quiet sound levels. Instead of loud, clanking motors, you’ll hear nothing but the hint of a fresh breeze.

High-Quality Air

Instead of cooling stagnant air, an attic fan brings in a constant stream of fresh air into your home. You’ll rid your living space of pollen, pet dander, bacteria, mold, and other pollutants.

Cool, Comfortable Temperatures

The effects of a whole house fan can be felt in minutes, as cool air circulates evenly throughout your home. Instead of having to cool already warm air (like an air conditioner does), your attic fan brings in fresh air at a constant rate.

We Are Expert Installers

Once you’ve considered the merits of an attic fan, the next steps include determining if a whole house fan is right for your Aurora home. At Colorado Insulation and Whole House Fans, we can help you make this determination, select the right products, and complete a smooth and hassle-free installation.

Get in touch with us today to schedule a consultation. We offer 15-minute phone consultations and one-hour whole house fan consultations.

Frequently Asked Questions

Our team of experts answers the most commonly asked questions about installing an attic fan below.

What is the difference between an attic fan and ridge vents?

Promoting airflow in attics can be done through either an attic fan, ridge vents, or both. An attic fan is mechanical, however, while a ridge vent allows for passive airflow. Also, while an attic fan and attic vents move air outward, ridge vents move air in and out of your attic.

How long does it take for an attic fan to cool my home?

The short answer is that it depends on your house size, system, and the time of day. You should begin to feel results quickly, with air exchanges cycling 15-22 times per hour.

Does an attic fan include a timer?

We recommend including a timer with an attic fan to have more control over how the fan cools your home.