Prepare for the Heat with a Whole-House Fan

Monday, February 6th, 2017

thermostat-is-risingWe know that it is early to start dreaming about hot summer days once more, but it is already February. That means that it won’t be too much longer before Spring arrives, with the hottest time of the year not too far behind. If you are thinking about how you can live comfortably while boosting efficiency this summer, all without replacing your entire air conditioning system, then a whole-house fan may be exactly what you’re looking for.

Whole-house fans have been around for decades, but they are definitely not as widely used as central air conditioning systems. This has something to do with issues common in older whole-house fans, but today’s systems are better than ever. If you are interested in using a whole-house fan in Fresno, CA, give the professionals on our team a call. We’ll make sure that your system is well-designed and expertly installed.

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Why Consider Using a Whole-House Fan?

Monday, March 21st, 2016

Your AC system may work effectively to cool your home, but what if you could do more? A whole-house fan can greatly reduce the temperature in your entire home, and prevent your air conditioner from working so hard. It is installed on the ceiling between the attic and living space, and works by pulling air in from open windows and exhausting it through the attic and roof. In addition to whole-house cooling, a whole-house fan provides good attic ventilation.

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Consider These Options for Home Ventilation

Thursday, May 21st, 2015

Consider These Options for Home Ventilation in FresnoThings are starting to heat up in Fresno. Before you resort to blasting the air conditioner, consider three home ventilation options that help you stay cool for much less.

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Getting the Unhealthy Volatile Organic Compounds Out of Your Indoor Air

Tuesday, August 20th, 2013

Getting the Unhealthy Volatile Organic Compounds Out of Your Indoor AirVolatile organic compounds (VOC)s are among the most common indoor air pollutants in our homes. They are present in everything from paint to furniture fabric treatments and easily evaporate into the air at room temperature. This is a process called off-gasing.

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Tips That Make Your Home Comfort And Savings A Priority

Monday, June 27th, 2011

Being comfortable in your home is a top priority, but so is accomplishing savings.  There are some upfront investments you may need to make to improve comfort and achieve long-term savings.  Then, with a few other free or inexpensive tips, you can lower your electricity bill without forfeiting home comfort.

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