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Quiet Cool Garage Ceiling Fan


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Quiet Cool Garage Ceiling Fan
Old 07-13-2018, 06:18 PM
bigallis1 bigallis1 is offline
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Default Quiet Cool Garage Ceiling Fan

Been doing alot of research lately on venting hot air out of my garage. Have already added insulation to garage door and ceiling. Also just installed adjustable vents on bottom of overhead door.
Been researching the quiet cool and the G-14 garage ceiling fans.
The Quiet cool has a better warranty.
Has anyone here installed one of these units or knows of someone who has?

Would like to know if there is a noticeable difference in temperature reduction?

Thank's in advance!

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Old 07-13-2018, 09:27 PM
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I have a quiet cool, although an attic vent version of it. Quiet fools use dc motors and clock in at 50 to 100 watts vice the 360 of a standard psc motor driven fan.

While I can't directly answer your question, I am fairly confident that the average reader of this forum has no idea of how much that extra 260 watts cost for as many hours as these run. Based upon cost savings alone I recommend the qc.

It's pretty easy to calculate, basically your saving 3 cents an hour for every hour it runs over a cheap fan.
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Old 07-14-2018, 07:48 AM
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Here is my opinion after living here 7 years ...

During the typical summer weather, June through September, these improvements might lower the garage temp from 98 to 94. After all, the ambient temp is typically 90-94.

My point is it's still too hot for me to feel comfortable in my garage.

My opinion is based on having a north-facing garage. You results my be different if your garage faces a different direction. However, it's still 90-94 outside the garage.

You might as well bite the bullet and pop for a mini split air conditioner to cool the garage.
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