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Keep Cool – and Save
As the cost of running air conditioning continues to rise, fan cooling systems have become more popular. Whether they use fans to complement their AC, or rely on their cooling breezes exclusively, many of our customers find that they love the comfort of a well-circulated, breezy home in the warmer months.
With the variety of options available, from ceiling fans, to attic and whole house exhaust fans, it is a good idea to call the experts at Hawkins before you make a purchase.
Escobar Construction Service has been servicing all types of fans, in all types of application, since the early days of electricity. You can trust us for any installation, service or repair need you may have.
Older ceiling fans can be replaced with highly efficient modern versions. Or we can make sure that old classic is in top condition. And if you need new wiring to be run, or a new control system, we can do that too.
An attic fan is designed to lower the temperature of an attic by exhausting hot air from the attic and replacing it with fresh outdoor air. This will increase the life of the roof and keep attic insulation from trapping heat and moisture. It will also slightly reduce the temperature of the top floor of the home.
Whole House Fans
Whole house fans are used to cool a house at night, when the heat of the day has passed and the outdoor temperature has dropped to a comfortable level. Just open the windows, and turn the whole house fan on: in just minutes, your home will have completely circulated old air with fresh air.
A bath exhaust fan, when properly sized and ventilated, draws out stale, impure, and very humid air, improving quality of indoor air and protecting the surfaces of the bathroom from mold, mildew, rust and cracking paint and wallpaper. Exhaust fans can even prevent deterioration of joists and framing above the bathroom.
An exhaust hood or exhaust fan located in the kitchen will remove airborne grease, combustion products, fumes, smoke, odors, heat and steam.
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