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Adjusting the Speeds of Your Whole House Fan

A whole house fan is a large fan that is placed in your attic and is used to pull air through your house from open windows or doors. A properly installed whole house fan is a great alternative to central air-conditioning systems, espeirts of the country where temperatures are not exceedingly high and humidity levels are relatively low. Although... read more >>

Bathroom Fans

Designed to ventilate, aerate and reduce moisture, bathroom fans comprise the full range of wall- and ceiling-mounted units. Bathroom fans can either be very utilitarian and basic or exceptionally decorative in design. They may be a fan-only unit or a combination fan and light, fan and heater or a fan, light and heater. Bathroom fans help... read more >>

Bathroom Exhaust Fans

With models available from brands such as BROAN, FanTech, Hunter, NuTone and Panasonic, bathroom exhaust fans allow the built-up moisture in a bathroom to be vented to the outside. Bathroom fans not only help to keep mirrors from becoming overly fogged up, but they also help to prevent mold and mildew from forming. Bathroom exhaust fans may... read more >>

Air Humidifier Features

One of the most confusing dilemmas while selecting an air humidifier is the trade-off between efficiency, cost, and convenience. Also, there is difference between the actual performance of a humidifier and the claims that it makes. Here are the humidifier features to consider.


If you buy a tabletop humidifier, check that... read more >>

A Guide to Evaporative Coolers

By Murray Anderson Splash some water on your face on a hot day in the summer and you will immediately feel cooler. That's evaporative cooling working. An evaporative cooler works on the same principle - evaporating water provides cooling - but they combine water evaporation with air movement to cool our homes.

Evaporative coolers are...