Highlands Ranch, Colorado
Live a Cleaner, Cooler, Healthier Life
Running A/C is expensive, not always effective, and recycled air is full of pollutants. With a whole house fan by QuietCool you will feel an instant breeze to cool you, enjoy breathing fresh, clean, air in your home, all while cutting your A/C bill by up to 90% and lowering your carbon footprint. Once the sun goes down over the Rockies, temperatures begin to fall rapidly so that you can open your windows, turn on your Fan and cool your home naturally with the cool, clean mountain air.
Our QuietCool Whole House Fans are a great choice for Highlands Ranch, Colorado
QuietCool Whole House Fans…
are whisper quiet, innovative, ducted Whole House Fans. The patented design allows the system to suspend in your attic, which reduces noise and vibration. With over a 98% Customer Satisfaction, our clients are very happy with this method of cooling their homes.
Highlands Ranch Living and Attractions
You can sign up for activities in the Backcountry like camps, horse and nature programs, and archery. There are also opportunities for sporting activities like disc golf, pickle ball, fishing ponds, skate parks, and slacklining. For golf enthusiasts, there are two 18-hole golf courses. If you love water sports, you can head to Chatfield Reservoir with your boat and also relax on a little man-made beach.
So, Why a Whole House Fan in Highlands Ranch, Colorado?
It’s located close to the Rocky Mountains so it maintains a cool temperature throughout the year. Highlands Ranch sees 19 inches of rain per year, less than the U.S. average of 38 inches. However, it does see more snow, with an average of 78 inches per year, when compared to the U.S. average of 28 inches per year. But the snow does not accumulate because Winter highs are often in the 40s & 50s.
This climate in Highlands Ranch is perfect for the use of a Whole house fan in your home. The high elevation and dry climate make this an exceptional place for using Whole House Fans. Summer daily highs and night time lows vary by 20-30 degrees, with highs generally from 80-95 and lows in the 50-60s. Once the sun goes down over the Rockies, temperatures begin to fall rapidly so that you can open your windows, turn on your Fan and cool your home naturally with cool, clean mountain air. Many homeowners have perfected the use of their Whole House Fan and rarely use their AC, saving 50-90% on their AC bill.