Check Out this Great Video

As you may have heard, we are currently running a promotion offering rebates to customers who send us a video of themselves installing or operating their fan. You can read more about that promotion here, but you should also check out this video that was recently submitted by one of our customers—we’re really excited to share it because it was so well done.

And the video wasn’t the only thing well done. We often field questions as to how our fans’ dampers can be installed in a vertical orientation, or how to organize the installation in an attic with low clearance. This customer did a great job of both. Also, you’ll notice that this customer used many of our fans’ available accessories: the Openable, Washable Grille; an Acoustic Plenum; Wireless Remote; SafeSpeed Kit; and our Data Monitoring Package.

While we can’t identify them here, we’d like to thank our customer for sending us that great video. We’re looking forward to sharing more as the promotion continues.

Send Us Your Videos, Get a Rebate!

movie-camera-and-film-clipart-rg_1_24_camera_icon_estilizado_scalable_vector_graphics_svg-2555pxWhen we’re designing our whole house fans, we here at AirScape endeavor to make them as easy as possible to install. Over the years, this effort has led us to create damper boxes that fit easily on 16″ or 24″ on-center framing, “plug & play” controls that use  low-voltage CAT-5 wiring, and a new latching mechanism for attaching ductwork to our new 5.0e. Our goal is simple: we want do-it-yourselfers to feel confident in installing AirScape fans themselves.

We often hear back from customers once they’ve finished installing their fans. Customers with unique installations often want to share their experience, and many customers simply want to share their pride in their own installation and excitement about our fans. We loving hearing back and getting feedback (both good and bad) from our customers. We’d love our customers to share more—we’d even like to offer a rebate to those who do.

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We’re in Sunset Magazine!

Sunset Magazine July 2015Exciting news! AirScape has been mentioned in the July, 2015 issue of Sunset Magazine.

Matt Golden, an efficiency expert, provided some tips to help readers efficiently keep their homes cool through the summer. In addition to sealing HVAC ducts, properly insulating the home, and drawing the blinds during the day, Matt recommended homeowners invest in a whole house fan—a suggestion we obviously agree strongly with, especially when ours is the brand being recommended.

Sunset’s July, 2015 issue is on newsstands now. It’d be ungrateful for us not to suggest you go out and get a copy, so, if you’re not already a subscriber, please do! We’re a little too excited, however, not to provide a link, so you can also check out our brief appearance here.

Also, Matt is the CEO of a very cool start-up, Open Energy Efficiency. Be sure to check out their website as well!

Designing the 5.0e

5.0e, Front

5.0e, Front

Our newest model of whole house fan, the 5.0e, is has been available on our website since spring. We’re extremely excited about it. Not only is this our first new fan in several years, but it is also our most powerful and our most efficient fan ever. Moreover, we’re manufacturing a greater portion of this fan “in-house” at our Medford, Oregon facility than any of our other fans. We’re also seeking a patent for some of the innovations behind its performance. As our patent is finally “pending”, we can now share the story of the 5.0e’s development.

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Local to Southern Oregon? Save on a Whole House Fan!

As you might be aware, we here at AirScape are located in beautiful Southern Oregon—Medford to be exact. The climate here is pretty terrific: not too hot, cold, or humid, and with low overnight temperatures, even during the summer. In this climate it is completely realistic to replace traditional A/C with a whole house fan (depending, of course, on the size of home and desired indoor temperature). To see just how well one of our fans works in Southern Oregon, check out the data from our Ashland Data Monitoring demo site.

The ongoing heat wave in the Western states has been generating a lot of interest in our  fans. If you’re reading this from Southern Oregon or within easy driving distance thereof, we’d like you to know about an offer we extend to “locals”: Anyone interested in purchasing an AirScape whole house fan and willing to pick it up in person at our Medford, Oregon facility can take advantage of:

  1. Zero shipping charges (obviously); and,
  2. A 10% discount on their purchase.

There are two caveats. Firstly, this offer is strictly “FOB Origin”: you are responsible for transporting your purchase to its install location, and for any damage it might sustain en route thereto. Secondly, you need to call us directly at 1.866.448.4187 to place your order and arrange to pick it up.

If you’re cooling your home with A/C, rising temperatures mean heavier electrical bills. If you’re not, they mean hot, stuffy bedrooms, lost sleep, and a lower quality of life. In either case, there’s no need to suffer. Our whole house fans offer a natural, energy-efficient means of cooling your home. Call us today to find the right solution for you.


AirScape’s Shipping Dock, Medford, Oregon


AirScape App for iPhone and iPad now Available.

Our app for iPhone® and iPad® is now available from the App Store. We released our app for Android devices about a year ago, and are incredibly excited to offer the same great functionality to our customers with Apple® devices.

With this FREE app, homeowners with AirScape whole house fans can:iOS_Blog_iPhone

  • Scan their network to find all AirScape whole house fans connected to it;
  • Assign custom names to each fan on the network for easy identification;
  • Control a connected fan through the app’s interface, which is identical to that on our wall switches and wireless remotes; and,
  • View a fan’s status, indoor and attic temperatures, as well as any SafeSpeed™ notifications if this accessory has been installed.

To operate a fan using this app, both your fan and iPhone or iPad need to be connected to the same local area network (“LAN”)—your fan using a CAT-5 cable between its control box and your router, and your iPhone or iPad using Wi-Fi. For safety purposes this app cannot operate fans over the internet or your cellular network. If, for example, you’ve got access to the internet using your local coffee shop’s network or your phone’s 3G/4G service, our app will not be able to connect to your home’s fan.

Fans that are not connected to a network cannot be controlled using this app. Also, this app is compatible with only AirScape whole house fans with 2nd generation controls (sold 2013 to present).