"A whole house fan is usually installed on the attic floor near the center of your house. In the late evening or early in the morning this fan is turned on to exhaust hot or humid air from the house. Cooler outdoor air enters through open windows to…"
I just searched this forum for "Whole House Fan", but I didn't find much about them (except this and this).I'm curious to hear what experiences you all may have with these simple and relatively inexpensive devices out in the real world.Here are some pictures and a basic definition of the…See More
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