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A Far Less Expensive, Green Alternative to Traditional Air Conditioning, from QuietCool
Date:6/11/2008

Homeowners using the revolutionary EnviroCool fresh air cooling system also

report health benefits from a reduction in indoor air pollution

WINCHESTER, Calif., June 11 /PRNewswire/ -- With the summer heating season under way and energy costs again on the rise, homeowners around the country are turning to a less expensive and more environmentally friendly way to comfortably cool their homes: QuietCool and EnviroCool.

The QuietCool family of whole house fans and their companion product, EnviroCool evaporative cooling air systems, can save homeowners 95 percent off their air conditioning electric bills, keeping homes comfortably cool for pennies an hour even during the hottest parts of the day. These products are saving homeowners thousands of dollars a year and reducing their dependence on air conditioning, which can cost more than $5.00 an hour to run in some areas.

"Our payments for QuietCool are only $38 a month -- we are saving over $100 month on electric bills," said one QuietCool customer who took advantage of the company's no-down-payment financing. "We have extra money to pay off credit card debt!"

Unlike conventional air conditioning, QuietCool ventilates homes, removing germs, odors and indoor pollution and replacing it with healthier outside air. With the American Medical Association linking indoor air pollution to a third of all illnesses, this air purifying capability is becoming a vital consideration to homeowners.

"With five kids in our home it seems like they were always coming down with colds and flu," said a QuietCool customer. "But ever since we had the QuietCool system, hardly anyone gets sick any more."

About QuietCool whole house fans

QuietCool QC-1500

An innovative whole house fan, the QC-1500 is suspended in the attic roof rafters away from the ceiling. Connected to an attractive ceiling grill with a patented insulated flexible duct, it is whisper quiet and can be installed in l
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