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Cascade Series Whole House Fans

$659.00 - $1,159.00
  • Air Health Digital Wall Timer/Temp Control - AH-WTT
  • Whole House Fans Remote Timer and Temperature Control

Cascade Energy-Efficient Whole-House Fans with Permanent Split Capacitor Motor

The Cascade Series of energy-efficient whole-house fans save you money while clearing the air in your home. Powered by reliable and economical permanent split capacitor motors, the Cascade Series works on far less electricity than traditional air conditioning. Choose this whole-house fan, energy-efficient PSC motor and Air+Health for a better breath of fresh air.

Unsure of which fan to buy? Try our whole house fan sizing calculator to find the right model for you.

 

Cascade Series Whole House Fans

Are you searching for a cost-effective way to keep your home cool during the warmer months? Not interested in keeping an air conditioner running 24/7? The Cascade Whole House Fans can not only help you cool down your house, but save you big money in the long run!

So what is it about the Cascade Whole House Fans that makes them stand apart from the competition and saves you all this money? Quite a bit, actually.

For example, when a house is pre-cooled by a whole house fan, the usage of your home's AC during the whole day is significantly reduced! The free cooling setting on the Cascade fans use up to 70% less power than the air conditioning setting.

Plus, Cascade attic fans are able to provide you with up to 30 air changes every hour depending on your home's size and the fan selection you have operating.

Cascade whole house fans are not only energy efficient, but also quiet! You can cool your house at only a fraction of the normal cost, all with almost zero noise!

Fan Models & Specifications

  CA-2 CA-3 CA-4 CA-5 CA-6.5

Fan Airflow (GROSS) CFM / Sizing 2 cfm/sqft

2,369

3,339

4,590

5,902

 

5,951

HVI-916 std Title 24 (NET) CFM/ Sizing 1.5 cfm/sqft

1,932

2,759

3,640

4,123

4,631

Watts

295

350

430

630

778

CFM per Watts

6.55

7.88

8.47

6.54

5.95

Watts per CFM

0.15

0.13

0.12

0.15

0.17

Sound Level (dBA)

54

53

56

59

60

Speed Control Timer

2 spd/8hr

2 spd/8hr

2 spd/8hr

2 spd/8hr

4spd Dual Fan

Acoustical Silencer Duct

16" 5x 7ft

18" x 7ft

20" x 7ft

20" x 7ft

(2) 18" x 7ft

Rough Opening (inches)

14.25 x 22.25

14.25 x 22.25

14.25 x 30.25

14.25 x 30.25

14.25 x 36.25

Grille Dimensions (inches)

16 x 24

16 x 24

16 x 32

16 x 32

16 x 38

Damper Blade R-Value

R-5

R-5

R-5

R-5

R-5

Attic Venting (sq. ft.)

3.9

5.5

7.3

8.2

9.3

Open Window Sizing 2 (sq. ft.)

7.7

11

14.6

16.5

18.5

Accessories

What differences are there Between whole house fans and attic fans?

When you are making a choice between getting a whole house fan or an attic fan, you might be wanting to know more about the differences between the two so that you have a better idea of what would be right for you.

Each kind of fan set-up has their own strong suits which might appeal to you for various reasons. For example:

Attic Fans

  • Attic fans are able to help prevent any heat originating from a hot attic from making its way down to the living space underneath.
  • Attic fans can cut down the temperature in your attic by up to 50 degrees and the living space temperature by up to 10 degrees.
  • Attic fans blow out any hot air from the attic through a well placed roof-level vent.

Whole House Fans

  • Whole house fans are installed up in your ceiling in a centralized area.
  • The fan will blow out any stale, hot air up to your attic where it is subsequently vented out.
  • A whole house fan is able to provide you with enough air to cool your home in about one hour.
  • Whole house fans draw in cool evening air from your open windows, then pull in any warm air residing in your home's living space.

PSC Motors

Cascade series attic fans feature a Permanent Split Capacitor (PSC) motor that is both economical AND reliable. They work on up to 90% less electricity than what traditional air conditioning set-ups do.

Tahoe models also feature an AirLoc Gravity Damper. These AirLoc dampers have a precise sealing system which has been designed to have a secured seal to isolate a home's attic from its living space when the fan is not currently in operation.

Each of the Cascade whole house fans have been rigorously tested as well as rated to Home Ventilation Institute Standard HVI-916 and can be used to be able to comply with 2016 Title 24 Part 6. Additionally, they are eligible for use for the Home Energy Renovation Opportunity (HERO) financing program.

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Cascade Series Whole House Fans

$659.00 - $1,159.00

Cascade Series Whole House Fans

$659.00 - $1,159.00
  • Air Health Digital Wall Timer/Temp Control - AH-WTT
  • Whole House Fans Remote Timer and Temperature Control

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