Helps Protect People Indoors From Airborne Transmission Of COVID-19
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, running a whole house fan in your residence increases ventilation with outside air, which can help protect families indoors from airborne transmission of COVID-19. However, by itself, a whole house fan is not enough to stop COVID-19 from spreading, but when it is applied along with other important practices recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a whole house fan can be a great part of a plan to protect your family. Click here to learn more about indoor air in homes and Coronavirus (Covid-19).
Dust is a common issue in many homes. As things sit in the same place they ought to be, tiny dirty particles make their home there. With a QuietCool whole house fan, this problem will be lessened as tons of air sweeps through your home daily.
The Environmental Protection Agency reports that indoor air pollution may be 2-5 times more polluted than outdoor air, even in major metropolitan smoggy cities.
Poor cooking or any surprising small scale disaster can fill your home with smoke. There are not many fixes for this other than opening windows. A QuietCool whole house fan allows for this normal step to be taken while going just one step forward. Just open windows and turn on a QuietCool and all that harmful smoke will be wiped out.
For people, showers are a steamy oasis away from the stress of life but to your walls, they are complete disasters. All you need to do is have the window in the bathroom cracked three to four inches and have the QuietCool on to fix this. It may seem minor but the mold and mildew that is produced because of this steam could cost you thousands and compromise your health.