Cooling your home with a whole house fan in Trion, GA, has many benefits. An attic fan works by pulling cool air through your windows and exhausting warm air out at the top of your house.
Since they are less expensive to run than central air conditioners, you can save money by running your fan when it is cooler outside during the evenings or early mornings. These fans also provide flexible cooling options.
For instance, you can close most windows but leave the kitchen window open while cooking to provide more ventilation. This will cool the space and vent any cooking smells outside.
"Hitchcock heating&air was on time, the professionalism and courtesy was above reproach. The technician was a young man named Andrew and he was outstanding. His knowledge of the job was unquestionably the best I've seen. He was polite, professional and overall an example all could follow. I highly recommend Hitchcock heating&air and if needed I will certainly use them again as they are highly skilled and dependable." - Douglas S.
Installation of attic fans requires an experienced professional to complete the work. Our technician will inspect your attic and decide if you need to add more vents.
You need 1 square foot of vent space for every 750 square feet of your home that your fan will cool. We will let you know if your vents need replacing, along with any costs involved.
In addition, our technician will help you choose the correct size attic fan for your home. Your fan should be capable of exchanging the air in your home every three to four minutes to be effective.
Installing an attic fan has benefits beyond cost savings and cooling flexibility because they:
Reduce your carbon footprint
Are relatively easy to install
Control mold and mildew
In addition, whole-house fans increase indoor air quality. Indoor air is usually more stagnant and contaminated than outdoor air. It can contain a variety of pollutants, including dust mites, pet dander, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from cleaning products, paints, and other household chemicals.
Exposure to these pollutants can cause or exacerbate respiratory problems, allergies, and other health issues. Turning your attic fan on pulls fresh air in from outdoors and exhausts stale, dirty air out of your home. This air exchange can create a healthier living environment.
Contact the Professionals
At Hitchcock Heating & Air, we are a well-established HVAC company that has been serving the residents of Trion since 1987. As a home or business owner, you can count on us to solve problems and exceed your expectations. We are confident you will be happy with your fan installation.