Reduce Energy Usage in Your Home - Cool Your Home Naturally
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Everyone benefits from people using less energy (besides the utility company’s bottom line), people benefit by reducing their utility cost & the earth and all its inhabitants benefit by having a multitude of positive happenings by reducing our usage.
Today there are so many solutions to lower our electric bills and make the world a greener place. Not only is there the incentive of paying less out each month, but in today’s real estate market, having a “green” house, or a house with energy efficiency built-in is an excellent marketing tool to get your house sold.
Installing solar panels is a great way to energy efficiency, but when adding up the cost vs. savings, plus the fact that Southern California Edison was just found out for charging solar panel owners an increased rate for their electricity (thereby eliminating the savings the panels are suppose to provide), solar panels are typically not worth the upfront cost for installation. There is an abundance of other products out there that can truly reduce your electricity and air conditioner usage, while increasing the market price of your home.
The #1 way to reduce air conditioning usage is by installing a whole house fan. You can go a step further by installing gable fans on your attic vents to help push the air out of the attic. They are so effective that utility companies provide rebates to those who install the whole house fan.
Whole house fans are most effectively used in dry, arid climates and can save a homeowner up to 75% off their air conditioning bill. Whole house fans are a great way to increase a home’s market value, by providing an energy-efficient cooling option, help to create a healthier home by ventilating out indoor air pollutants and asthma-triggering particles, and provide a fast rate of ROI (typically within 12 months). They just make sense.
Traditional whole house fans have been around for decades and although they are effective in reducing a home’s air conditioning usage, they are extremely loud when in use.
A better designed whole house fan is the QuietCool whole house fan systems ~ “The Whisper Quiet Whole House Fan System”. Not only do they operate extremely quietly, they are a multi-unit system, enabling a homeowner to install the fans in the hottest rooms of their home.
Making a one-time investment on these products will not only benefit you by reducing your electric bill, but they will also increase the marketability of your home – all the while making the world a greener place!
Information and product demonstrations on these products are available on our website: www.QuietCoolFan.net.