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Attic Fans in Brandon, MS & Surrounding Areas
The heat in Brandon, MS and throughout Central Mississippi can become intense during the summer, and the high humidity only adds to the discomfort. Your monthly electrical bill probably goes mostly to power the air conditioning system that keeps your home livable through the summer days (and sometimes nights). Would you like to have some relief from steep summer cooling bills? Then we recommend calling us for attic fan installation.
You can count on AirSouth Cooling and Heating for a variety of comfort and energy efficiency solutions in the Brandon, MS area. Our service professionals are NATE-certified so you receive top-class work, and we offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Our company is based on the premise of building great customer relationships. Think of us first when you need comfort service—and you’ll come out ahead!
What an Attic Fan Does
You might first think of an attic fan as sounding somewhat useless. Why would you need the air in the attic blown around? Nobody goes up into the attic except for a few minutes, maybe once or twice a month.
But why don’t you go up into the attic? Think of a summer day: what’s the temperature in the attic? Yes, it’s incredibly hot. The sun on the roof sends radiant energy into the attic space and raises the temperature—sometimes up around 120°F or 130°F. That energy doesn’t stay put. It seeps down into your living spaces, raising the temperature by around 8°F. That can be the difference in whether the AC comes on or stays off.
An attic fan is an exhaust system that pushes out the hot air in the attic to the outside. It doesn’t require much power: it moves a high concentration of heat to an area of lower concentration. The attic cools down—and your home cools down as well.
Other Attic Fan Benefits
There are other advantages to having an attic fan installed. Moisture and humidity are major problems in Brandon, MS. Moisture rises with the heat and enters the attic, and water can collect in the roof where it causes damage to the roofing material and encourages mold growth. It can also ruin insulation, making it easier for heat to get down into your home. An attic fan removes this moisture along with the heat it vents to the outside. Your roof and insulation will last longer with an attic fan at work.
Our Workmanship Is Guaranteed
We only hire the best HVAC technicians and provide them with ongoing training. You can count on the technicians who handle your attic fan installation will be up–to–date with the newest equipment. They’ll treat your home with respect and won’t smoke or swear on your property. We guarantee you’ll be satisfied with the job they do. Should you feel their work wasn’t done to our high standards, we’ll refund the portion of the purchase price you think is fair and reasonable. Learn more about our other guarantees!
Leave This Job to the Professionals in Brandon, MS
Installing an attic fan requires special HVAC and electrical knowledge. It’s not a weekend DIY adventure. You only want licensed professionals to put in an attic fan for your house—and AirSouth Cooling and Heating has the right professionals for the job! We have experience with many types of cooling systems, and we’re local experts with handling power attic exhaust fans.
Call one of our service experts or speak to a customer service professional today to set up an appointment in Brandon, MS or the surrounding areas to find out about attic exhaust fans. We offer free consultations and free second opinions.
The lady that took my request was very pleasant. The technician was extremely professional, courteous, efficient, and friendly.
- Richard Buza
They were very professional, and took their time to protect every thing so nothing would be broken.
- Andy Breaux
AirSouth did a great job removing our old ac unit and installing a new one. I really appreciated how every time the guys entered my house, they wore shoe covers
- Page Callen
AirSouth Cooling and Heating was recommended to me about two years ago when my wife and I relocated to Mississippi.
- Dennis Ballinger