Whole House Fan Denver

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Protect Your Health… Whole House Fans remove viruses, bacteria, and other airborne pathogens from your home!

Whole house fans can be used to cut energy costs from using traditional air conditioning by up to 90%. They work when the outside temperature is lower than the inside temperature by drawing in the outside cool air from open windows and or doors sending the warm air up and out of the attic. The new technology provides whisper-quiet noise, not the loud fans from the past.

Denver Whole House Fan Installation

Is keeping your Denver home cool and comfortable turning into an expensive endeavor? If you live in the Denver Metro, Boulder, Colorado Springs, and Northern Colorado areas, you can enjoy cooler temperatures without using your AC by scheduling a whole-house fan installation with Colorado Insulation and Whole House Fans. This affordable and dependable home-cooling option is the perfect way for Colorado homeowners to bring that fresh mountain air indoors.

Understanding the System

During installation, our team of experts will set up the system of your choice in your home attic space. When you run your whole house fan, you’ll also strategically open select windows, which will pull fresh air in and force warm, stagnant air up and out through your attic vent.

When to Use Your Fan

These systems work best in areas with relatively dry and temperate climates, making them perfect for Colorado homes. In general, you’ll want to run your whole house fan when it’s cooler outdoors, usually in the early morning and later evening hours. 

It’s also a great way to efficiently cool your home at night and helps quickly expel hot air from the house. On hot days, you can turn the fan off and use your AC to maintain a comfortable temperature inside.

The Benefits of a Denver Whole House Fan Installation

Quiet Cool whole house fans are the ideal home cooling solution for Denver Metro, Boulder, Colorado Springs, and Northern Colorado homeowners. With so many perks, it’s easy to see how these simple yet powerful upgrades can truly improve your home and life.

Less Energy

On average, homeowners with whole-house fans use up to 90% less energy than those who cool their homes with AC alone. It’s a great way to reduce waste and help the planet.

More Money

Since these fans require such a small amount of energy and don’t run automatically, you’ll see a significant reduction in your monthly energy bills, with many Denver homeowners saving hundreds of dollars every year.

Relax With Cooler Temperatures

Whole house fans work incredibly efficiently. The moving air creates a cooling effect on the skin and can also lower the temperature in your home in a matter of minutes, not hours.

Enjoy Cleaner Air

Fresh air is good for your health. With our high-quality systems, you can enjoy cleaner air in your home as the fan quickly pulls cooking odors, musty smells, bacteria, and even airborne pathogens up and out of your home.

Keep a
Quiet Home

Whole house fans have come a long way from the fans of the mid-90s. Updated technology and innovations still allow for superior airflow but with significantly less noise. You can enjoy a cooler home without sacrificing a calm and quiet atmosphere.

Experience the Best in Service and Quality

At Colorado Insulation and Whole House Fans, whole house fans are our specialty. We can help you choose the right whole-house fan system for your needs and install it perfectly for a hassle-free experience from start to finish.

Schedule Your Whole House Fan Installation with Colorado Insulation and Whole House Fans

Are you ready to enjoy a healthier, more comfortable home while saving money and energy? Colorado Insulation and Whole House Fans are proud to offer the best Whole House fan products and services to homeowners in the Denver Metro area, Boulder, Colorado Springs, and Northern Colorado areas. 

Contact us today to learn more about which whole-house fan system is right for you. Our Denver whole house fan system experts can answer all of your questions so you can feel confident about making the right decision to improve your home.

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Frequently Asked Questions
A whole house fan is a type of fan or exhaust system that is installed in the attic of a home that is designed to circulate, exhaust, and ventilate air. A whole house fan is often confused with an attic fan which only exhausts the hot air inside the attic rather than the entire volume of air inside of the home.

A whole house fan pulls air into a home from open windows and exhausts it through the attic and out the attic vents. This provides good home and attic ventilation in addition to a great cooling effect in your home. We recommend installing a system that provides 15-22 complete air exchanges per hour. Learn more about our QuietCool whole house fan products on our How it Works page.

Whole house fan technology has been around for over 50 years. QuietCool has taken this idea and developed the world’s most quiet and energy-efficient fans on the market.
No, we recommend that you open very few select windows to match the proper net-free venting of your home. The best way to use your system is to crack a window on the opposite side of your bedroom or hallway. This causes your fan to pull the air all the way across your bedroom or hallway to help cool your entire home quickly and efficiently.
We do not recommend using a thermostat when using a QuietCool Whole House Fan System. When using our system. you need to always have a window open. When using a thermostat you have no one to open a window in your house when the thermostat turns on your system automatically.
The amount of time it takes to cool your home depends on many factors such as type of system, location, time of day, etc. The QuietCool Whole House Fan System will instantly start cooling your home with 15-22 complete air exchanges per hour.
To determine what system you need we simply use a ratio of 2, 2.5, and 3 CFM for every 1 square foot of your home. This will give you a basic, advanced, and superior system, respectively. We recommend closer to 3 CFM but no less than 2 CFM for the QuietCool whole-house fan system to work at its full potential.
Venting plays a huge part in how your QuietCool whole-house fan system works to its full potential. You can only bring in as much air as you can discharge out of your attic vents. We always recommend at least having 1 SQFT of net-free area venting for every 750 CFM in your system.
You can determine how much venting you have by simply measuring the height and width of each vent. Once you measure your vents you want to reduce the total of net free venting by 25%. You reduce it by 25% because of the restrictions your vents have. Your vents have restrictions such as lovers, filters and etc.

Please check with your local building codes for each vent, we also have some listed in our installation manual. Find your model on our documentation page and download the respective installation manual. If you have vaulted or cathedral ceilings, you will want to lean closer to 3 CFM per SQFT due to the increase in air volume in your home.
With the proper amount of ventilation and properly installed, there should be no effect on the attic insulation in your home.
The QuietCool whole-house fan system works best in the early morning and evening time. You want to run your system whenever the outside temperature is cooler than the inside of your home. You can also use your QuietCool whole house fan system in the winter during the warmest time of the day for several minutes to remove any odors, pet dander, smoke, or any foul smells.
You can get the best use of your system by running your fan in the early morning and evening, and then closing up all your windows in your house. Doing this will cool off your attic/home and it will take a lot longer for your home to heat up. This will allow you to stay cool and save money.
Yes, you can run it during the daytime but only when it is cooler outside than the temperature inside your home.
We do not recommend running your A/C with your QuietCool Whole House Fan System at the same time. It would cool your home but it would be very expensive and not the best solution.
Yes, we always recommend a timer because you can really get the best use for your system. A timer allows you to control and set your QuietCool whole house fan system at 1-hour, 2-hour, 4-hour, and 8-hour capability. It also allows you to set your timer at a hold position.
We have preferred dealers nationwide that can install it for you. The QuietCool Whole House Fan System can be installed very easily for a “Do It Your Selfer” or you can always hire a local Handyman or Electrician as well, but we always prefer one of our experienced certified QuietCool dealer partners.
With the proper QuietCool Whole House Fan system in your home, you will feel, hear and experience the QuietCool breeze. We believe and tell everyone that our QuietCool systems are a “breeze on a switch.” The QuietCool system will instantly make your skin feel 10 degrees cooler.
Yes, The Quietcool Whole House Fan System cools, exhausts, and ventilates your attic. During the cooler hours of the day, the system can help cool your attic by up to 30-50 degrees by providing your home with 15-22 complete air exchanges per hour.
None of our QuietCool models require a dedicated circuit to operate correctly. All QuietCool models run between 1 to 5 amps and should work fine on all existing services.