Brisbane, Australia, October 15, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Invisco Whole House Fan company is proud to announce the release of a large selection of whole house fans designed expressly for home owners in Australia and New Zealand.
Prior to this announcement, homeowners had very few choices when they wanted to reduce the cost of air conditioning. True air conditioners have compressors (condensers) that require 1000s of watts of AC power to operate. Some homeowners save money by installing evaporative coolers that draw air through moist filters to cool the air. This is a very inexpensive process but it adds humidity to the air.
Some areas of Australia (such as Melbourne) are less humid than others (like Durban) so the added humidity is not a problem. In more humid locations true chilled air is preferred. But the cost of running the chillers can be as much as 50 cents every hour. The average whole house fan costs about 5 cents per hour to run.
Whole house fans are perfect when the air outside your home cools to below the temperature inside. You simply open windows in the hottest rooms, turn on the whole house fan and pull the cooler air in. The warmer air is pulled up into your attic and serves to cool the attic at the same time.
Dealers and Installers
Invisco is establishing a network of dealers and installers for whole house fans in Australia to help homeowners lower their cost of cooling their homes. There is only one other U.S. company offering systems and they offer just one model, a 1600 CFM fan.
Invisco Systems Move Air
Invisco has systems operating from 4000 CMH (Cubic Meters per Hour) up to over 13,000 CMH. If you are a homeowner, go to invisco dot com. If you are an electrician or handyman or hvac contractor wishing to do our installs and sell our systems, email kurt at invisco dot com. Note that this free press release does not allow web site links or email links so that is why they are stated as dot coms.
You can also call Kurt toll free from anywhere in Australia at 1 800 649 546.