RevoluSun Introduces another element to cleaner, smarter living
HONOLULU — RevoluSun, Hawaii’s leading provider of solar and smart home technology, today announced QuietCool Whole House Fans as one of the company’s “Smart Home” products available directly to homeowners and home builders looking to more efficiently cool Hawaii’s homes. QuietCool Whole House Fans provide energy-efficient ventilation and cooling for the entire home and feature the best warranty in the industry. While QuietCool fans cool the house in a much more energy-efficient way than air conditioning, they also exhaust and ventilate the air, keeping air fresh while ridding a home of irritants like pet dander, odors, germs, smoke and VOC gases. Finally, as the name implies, Whole House Fans are whisper quiet.
“We chose QuietCool because they are the best in the industry, fit our island lifestyle, and are a huge asset to a more energy-efficient home,” states RevoluSun Smart Home General Manager David Gorman. “Homeowners will feel the benefits not just in comfortable temperature and air quality, but much cheaper — if not eliminated — AC bills. We are proud to offer this new technology for the home that will continuously save energy and money.”
In many climates or home designs, a QuietCool system may even eliminate the need for an air conditioner. The QuietCool system is designed to cool and ventilate the entire home by pulling warm, stale air up and out of the home while drawing fresh, cool air in. These exceptionally quiet fans can be installed in a single, or multiple-fan configuration. Installation is quick, on average just two hours per fan. While costs vary according to home needs, upfront costs are affordable (starting at around $1800), especially when considering Whole House Fans are proven to save homeowners up to 90 percent on air conditioning bills. Savings also include a $75 rebate from Hawaii Energy.
The public is invited to RevoluSun’s Smart Home showroom to see and learn more about QuietCool Whole House Fans. RevoluSun’s new location on Ward Ave is a gathering place for eco-conscious homeowners, architects and residential developers to meet and collaborate, while those interested in solar can also learn more about the latest in photovoltaic solar options and financing.