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The EnergySaver Home Cooling system is energy efficient and does not contribute to blackouts like central air systems. The system is whisper quiet and eliminates the need for extra roof venting.


Valencia, Calif. (PRWEB) -- Many American homeowners run their central air conditioning (or window units) 12-24 hours a day, 7 days a week during warm spring and summer months at a typical electrical cost of $4.00 to $5.00 per hour.

Say Goodbye To Energy Hungry Cooling Systems - Copyright - R.E. Williams - ventilation, whole house fans, fresh outdoor air, natural cooling, fan noise, Utility bills, molds, greenhouse gases

"The EnergySaver Home Cooling system is energy efficient and does not contribute to blackouts and energy grid problems as do central air systems. The system is whisper quiet when running and it eliminates the need for large amounts of roof venting."

But one Valencia, California man is convinced that those who try his EnergySaver Home Cooling System will become super fans of this energy efficient, environmentally friendly solution for home cooling.

"I was obsessed with the idea of building a quiet, efficient and ecologically friendly home cooling system. I've been working with the best ventilation engineering and manufacturing companies in the U.S. and Germany to develop my revolutionary concept in home cooling," says George Karonis, President of R.E. Williams Contractor, Inc., in Valencia, California. Karonis offers the EnergySaver Home Cooling System through EnergySaver Home Cooling.

"Most whole house fans are loud and require a large amount of roof venting to work properly," Karonis says. "What sets The EnergySaver Home Cooling System apart from the competition is how the system is whisper quiet when running and it eliminates the need for large amounts of roof venting.

The EnergySaver Home Cooling system pulls fresh outdoor air through open windows into your home. When the air outside your home is cooler than the air inside -- typically in the evenings or early morning -- the system begins to pull stale, hot air out of those rooms and fill your living area with cool, clean air. A typical 2,000 square foot home can have 100% air replacement every 6.6 minutes."

The EnergySaver Home Cooling System is easily installed in the attic of your home. While designed for natural cooling of single-story homes, it's also perfect for cooling upstairs rooms in traditional 2-story homes. Grilles in room ceilings or walls lead to ducting, which carries stale room air directly into intake ports on the SuperFan unit while a large exhaust port expels warm air into the attic and out of the your home through existing roof vents. The EnergySaver Home Cooling System effectively and efficiently lowers the interior air temperature and of both the living space and attic, which truly cools your entire home, Karonis says -- at a fraction of the cost of air conditioning.

The SuperFan unit, the heart of the EnergySaver Home Cooling System, is very quiet too. That means you can read, talk, watch TV, even sleep, without the annoying fan noise produced by other less advanced home cooling systems.

Depending on the climate where you live, the system can be used to cool up to 4 rooms in your home, or to augment a central air conditioning system -- keeping the house cooler so the central air unit runs less, again saving energy and the environment. Utility bills can be reduced 35-85%, Karonis says.

And the EnergySaver Home Cooling System works in all climates but can entirely replace central air in climates where the weather is hot for only a few weeks or months of the year, Karonis said. The unit can reduce the use of typical 5-ton central air systems which use approximately 6,000 watts of power every hour its running to only 400-600 watts.

"Not only does it work better than other whole house fans, there are other benefits because people sensitive to molds or chemicals aren't helped when they sit at home with the central air running round-the-clock in recirculated air," says Karonis. "This causes unwanted odors from cooking, tobacco, pets, mildew, etc., to remain in your home along with pollen, germs and other contaminants that can be potentially harmful to your family's health."

Because the system is energy efficient, it also does not contribute as much to blackouts and energy grid problems that occur when central air systems tax the system. And, remember, most electricity is created by coal-burning power plants which deposit unhealthy greenhouse gases into the environment.

The EnergySaver Home Cooling System comes complete with step-by-step instructions, parts and hardware to fit virtually any residential home. Including SuperFan unit, 25' rolls of Class 1 UL listed ducting and four 8" ceiling (or wall) grills. If you're handy around the house, you can probably install your own system within a weekend afternoon. If you prefer to leave household improvements to a pro, any experienced electrical service company can install the system even faster.

"You'll be surprised how big a difference a little fresh air can make in your home. And you'll be amazed at how quietly and efficiently EnergySaver Home Cooling System delivers that breath of fresh air, plus in turn, cuts down on greenhouse gases and other byproducts of other energy-hungry cooling systems." Karonis said.


 

R.E. Williams - George Karonis, president of R.E. Williams Contractor, Inc. had been obsessed with the idea of building a truly quiet, efficient, money-saving and ecologically friendly home cooling system for years. He worked with the best ventilation engineering and manufacturing minds in the U.S. and Germany to develop his revolutionary concept in economical home cooling. His new system is now fully developed, tested and ready to benefit you.

Website: Energy Saver Cooling

 

This energy related article was reproduced with permission from PR Web and is ©2008 R.E. Williams.


 

 


 
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