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Starting in July 2014 we are offering R-49 insulation on our AirScape line whole house fans (R-47 on the 1.7 WHF).  These will be separate part numbers (-XR designation) from our standard units.  R-49/R-47 insulation will not be available on Kohilo fans. How do we get R-49 into the doors?  A combination of standard fiberglass insulation […]

Carbon Dioxide emissions are in the news again as we experience more violent weather in 2014 and a drought in the west. We know our customers care about reducing energy consumption and the corresponding Carbon emission reduction.  So when time came to upgrade our production machinery and assembly lines we made sure we choose equipment […]

Over the past few years we have received a lot of feedback from customers regarding the performance and energy efficiency of our fans during the hot summer months. The only thing lacking is how to use the fan year round. To assist with this we offer the SI (seasonal insulation) kit to help increase the […]

Interior plenum, toggle clamps, and pitot tubes installed Airflow straightener installed Airflow nozzles in place Check back soon for a detailed look at the testing process and some discussion of the major the components that went into building our new test lab Tweet

We just had another article published in HomePower magazine – Tweet

One of our recent customers has taken the time and energy to write about his personal experiences with an AirScape whole house fan.  I think you’ll find the read worthwhile.     Tweet