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Everest Series Whole House Fans

$769.00 - $1,369.00
  • Air Health Digital Wall Timer/Temp Control - AH-WTT
  • Whole House Fans Remote Timer and Temperature Control

Have you been looking for an effective, yet still cost-efficient way to cool down your house while it is hot outside? If you are looking for a way to get affordable cool air that will not cost you a truck ton of money in the long run, the Everest Whole House Fans could be for you!

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

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Everest Series Whole House Fans

Have you been looking for an effective, yet still cost-efficient way to cool down your house while it is hot outside? If you are looking for a way to get affordable cool air that will not cost you a truck ton of money in the long run, the Everest Whole House Fans could be for you!

Everest Series Whole House Fans are energy efficient, quietly performing residential cooling systems. Free cooling mode uses up to 90% less energy than air conditioning mode.

A Summit S-Class Series attic fan or whole house fan provides up to 30 air changes per hour depending on fan selection and size of house. A pre-cooled house greatly reduces air conditioning use during the day.

Fan Models & Specifications

EV-2 EV-3 EV-4 EV-5 EV-6.5

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

2,576

2,740

4,522

5,224

6,065

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

2,078

2,210

3,647

4,213

5,506

Watts

210.4

203.6

383.3

657.9

425.7

CFM per Watts

9.87

10.85

9.51

6.4

12.93

Watts per CFM

0.1

0.09

0.1

0.15

0.07

Sound Level (dBA)

54

53

56

61

60

Speed Control Timer

3 spd/12hr

3 spd/12hr

3 spd/12hr

3 spd/12hr

3 spd/12hr

Acoustical Silencer Duct

16" x 7ft

18" x 7ft

20" x 7ft

20" x 7ft

(2) 16" 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-6

R-7

R-8

R-9

R-10

Attic Venting (sq. ft.)

4.16

4.42

7.29

8.43

11.01

Open Window Sizing 2 (sq. ft.)

4.16

4.42

7.29

8.43

11.01

Accessories

What is the difference between whole house fans and attic fans?

Trying to decide what the right fan set-up for you and your house might be? There are different things to consider when choosing between a whole house fan and an attic fan, such as:

Attic Fans

  • Attic fans help prevent the transfer of heat from a hot attic to the living space below.
  • An attic fan can reduce temperature in an attic by up to 50 degrees and lower the temperature in the living space by as much as 10 degrees.
  • Attic fans str installed in your attic, blowing hot air from the attic out through a vent that is roof-level.

Whole House Fans

  • Whole house fans are usually installed in your ceiling in a central location. They draw in cool air through your open windows and pull in warm air from your house’s living space, sending it into the attic.
  • Whole house fans can provide up to 30 air changes per hour depending on the floor plan of the home, the climate you live in, in addition to fan size. Because of this, you could have enough cool air for your entire home in about an hour.
  • Once the sun rises and outdoor temperatures increase, the fan is shut off and the windows are closed to preserve the cooler air until the evening.

ECM Motors

Everest Series fans feature a highly efficient Electronically Commutated Motor (ECM) motors that operates at an optimally low cfm/watt draw consuming up to 90% less energy than traditional air conditioning.

Everest models also feature an exclusive AirLoc Gravity Damper, a precise sealing system component designed for a secure precise seal to isolate the attic from the living space when operation for whole house fan is not desired. There are four Everest Series house fans to meet any need.

Everest Series whole house fans are rated and tested to Home Ventilation Institute Standard HVI-916 and can be used to comply with 2016 Title 24 Part 6.

These house fans are also eligible for the Home Energy Renovation Opportunity (HERO) financing program. The HERO Program is an energy efficient financing program.

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Everest Series Whole House Fans

$769.00 - $1,369.00

Everest Series Whole House Fans

$769.00 - $1,369.00
  • Air Health Digital Wall Timer/Temp Control - AH-WTT
  • Whole House Fans Remote Timer and Temperature Control

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