A Comfort Cool whole house fan is modern, powerful and ultra quiet. The fan motors used in Comfort Cool systems are acoustically designed and precision balanced. These high efficient fans are made of composite materials with wing tip design for increased performance and efficiency.
Adding to Comfort Cools remarkably quiet operation is the acoustical and heat resistant ductwork. This specialty ductwork not only dampens the noise of rushing air but also absorbs vibration, allowing the system to quietly operate even while you sleep.
Other whole house fan manufactures like Quiet Cool typically use an open face motor with exposed electrical windings, which allows dirt and debris to plug the motor causing it to over heat, and prematurely fail. They also use cheaply made unbalanced fan blades which over time, can cause the fan to become unstable and very noisy.
While traditional or older style whole house fans consists of large louvered shutters that can rattle, squeak and vibrate, Comfort Cool systems use an industrial grade damper and high airflow grill, which not only looks attractive but allows for 30% more airflow compared to standard return air grills.
The cost to operate a Comfort Cool whole house fan is just pennies an hour making it one of the most energy efficient upgrades you can make to your home. To learn about the differences between Comfort Cool, Quiet Cool and traditional whole house fans watch the following video by clicking A Better Whole House Fan