California building code now recognizes whole house fans as a key element for the modern energy-efficient home.”
Whenever evenings cool off, it just makes sense to harness the cool fresh air nature provides, rather than expensively conditioning your own.
Prices range from $1,500 – $4,000 installed.
A whole house fan creates a wonderfully fresh living and sleeping environment, for a fraction of the cost of A/C. It’s one of the best energy efficiency investments you can make, and one of the most enjoyable too.
(PG&E claims that whole house fans use up to 90% less energy than compressor based air conditioners.)
We’re talking about simple solutions that make a material difference in the way you live every day and help protect your in-home environment. Request help from our pros to identify those hidden problems.
With our professional insulation system, you’ll experience superior thermal performance – making your home comfortable and quiet. This delivers consistent temperatures room to room for a more comfortable home.
Remove years of build up from dust, rodent/pest droppings and moisture, and start fresh. Removal allows for ‘Air Sealing’ of ceiling fixtures such as recessed lights, ceiling fans, lighting fixtures, sound speakers, bathroom fans and any other fixture that is cut into the ceiling.
Air leakage occurs when outside air enters and conditioned air leaves your house uncontrollably through cracks and openings. If you want to improve the energy performance of an older house, one of the first steps is to plug your attic air leaks.