Garages are those multi-purpose rooms that are used for protecting vehicles, making car repairs, storing gardening products, and providing a workspace for a million other small home projects. However, these activities may be hindered due to dangerous fumes that can build up in that space.
If the garage is also being used as a workspace then it is very important to ventilate the space with garage fans.
Some believe that because the home does not have an entry door, fumes are not an issue. However, if an HVAC system is located in the garage, fumes can enter the home through unsealed ductwork. Even with a whole house fan, you may still want to install a QuietCool garage exhaust fan. Remember, every time you pull the car into the garage and shut the door, exhaust fumes are building up inside.
QuietCool garage exhaust fans can also control the heat and humidity inside a garage. Humid air can damage items that are stored in garages and if that space is used as a makeshift workshop then it can get unbearably hot. By venting out the hot air, the garage will feel much cooler and the items being stored will take on far less damage.
QuietCool Garage Fans work great to cool your garage, man cave, or workshop. Our GA ES-1500 works to cool and ventilate your garage and the attic above your garage, greatly reducing the heat transfer between the attic and garage on extremely hot days. Don’t let your garage get hot and worry about damage to your vehicles, motorcycles, boat, or anything else you may store in your garage, just install a QuietCool Garage Fan!
The Wireless RF Control Kit is yet another venture in our constant search for affordable whole-home comfort. This easily installable RF Switch requires no down the wall wiring, can be used up to 100 feet away, and customers can pair up to 20 remotes to just one fan. This versatile RF Switch can be connected to all QuietCool whole house fans, attic fans, and garage fans, each cooling wonder getting its own personal remote. Welcome to a more comfortable way to live, with a QuietCool Wireless RF Control Kit.
Both QuietCool garage fans include our ultra-high efficiency electronically commutated AC/DC brushless motor. Known as an “ECM”, this motor offers ultra-high efficiency with a fantastic CFM/Watt ratio. In fact, both QuietCool garage fans are among the most energy efficient whole house fans on the California Energy Commission's Appliance Efficiency Database.
QuietCool offers an industry leading 10‐year warranty. With QuietCool, you will have the confidence that your fan will be operating at its fullest potential for a decade, or more likely, even longer! And if by some chance it breaks during that decade, you will know that you are completely covered on any parts that make up your QuietCool fan motor assembly.
QuietCool enjoys 98% total customer satisfaction. Enjoy peace of mind from thousands of satisfied QuietCool customers.
The GA ES-1500 is a garage fan that is installed in the attic space above the garage.
It is installed in between the joists just like the whole house fan models we offer, but does not use a duct or damper box.
Instead, the air is pulled into the attic space and exhausted out the existing attic vents (2 square feet of net free venting required).
This energy efficient garage fan is able to move just over 1,450 cubic feet of air per minute (CFM) while consuming only 47 watts of electricity!
This unit also has a built-in fire damper system that will clamp shut if a fire occurs in the garage, not allowing it to spread to the rest of the home.
QuietCool Garage Fans work great to cool your garage, man cave, or workshop.
Our GA ES-1500 works to cool and ventilate your garage and the attic above your garage, greatly reducing the heat transfer between the attic and garage on extremely hot days.
Don’t let your garage get hot and worry about damage to your vehicles, motorcycles, boat, etc.; just install a QuietCool Garage Fan!
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