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TIPS - How To Use Your Fans
Don't run fans when it is hot outside!
Cool house in morning and close all windows during mid-day.
Open only a few windows at first when its starts to cool down, then later open more windows.
Close window shades and blinds during mid-morning to prevent the sun from heating up home as quickly.
In the wintertime you may turn on the system at the warmest time of the day and bring in fresh warmer air to heat the home.
Use the fans anytime to ventilate smoke, stale ordors, kitchen odors etc.
We recommend you start by cooling the area where you are going to be spending the most time for the next few hours. In other words, create the coolest breeze where you are going to be. For example, in most family situations, the early evening is spent in the kitchen / family room area. Assuming this to be true, this is where you would start.
Begin by opening a window or two in the area you are going to be spending your time and turn on all of your QuietCools at once, for maximum cooling. The cooler air outside will immediately begin to create a breeze. Opening windows too wide or opening too many windows will lesson the cooling breeze you feel.
The breeze will flow through your home and make its way to each QuietCool that you have in operation. This breeze will be felt in the entire path as your home begins to cool. At the same time, the air brought in will be sent to the attic.
This action will flush the very hot air out of your attic through your existing vents. Without the use of whole house fans, this hot air would sit in your attic and keep your home hot and uncomfortable.
As it gets later in the evening, and even cooler outside, you can begin to open windows in other rooms of your home. Then at bedtime, you should close all the windows except in the occupied bedrooms. This will provide each room with a cool breeze as long as desired. If you have a QuietCool installed in each bedroom as recommended, you can enjoy the breeze and your privacy with your door closed
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