Whole House Fans

A whole house fan cools your home at night by drawing in the cool night air and blowing out the hot air from inside.

In the Colorado summer it cools quickly as the sun sets. Whole House fans take advantage of this to cool your home quickly in the evening. Whole House fans are installed in the ceiling in a central location. When the fan is turned on it pulls the hot air out of the house and blows it into the attic.


Attic Ventilation

Attic ventilation is the most important part of cooling your home, yet most homes do not have enough attic ventilation. Adding more attic ventilation will make a noticeable difference in your comfort.

Not only does attic ventilation help to keep you cooler, it also prevents moisture problems which can cause mold and mildew in your attic.

Both rooftop and soffit vents are needed for good ventilation.


Retail Store and Showroom

We have 5 working whole house fans on display so you can see and hear the difference. We stock all of the Quiet Cool Classic and Trident lines of whole house fans.

We stock ridge vents, roof vents, soffit vents, gable vents, and the most complete line of small round vents in Colorado.

We also stock switches, timers, and X-10 remote control systems.


Online Store

You can buy almost all of our products at our online store - ventmastersstore.com.

We ship all over the world!


Why choose Vent Masters?

Vent Masters specializes in both attic ventilation and whole house fans. Many people install whole house fans but very few tradesmen are expert at attic ventilation. These fans will not work if you do not have enough attic ventilation. Some installers will tell you that modern building codes require attic ventilation. However, these codes did not come into effect until 1998. Other installers will add a few large dome vents on your roof. This will let the fan run better but does not do much to help your ventilation when the fan is not running. Vent Masters will maximize and balance your attic ventilation system by adding roof and/or soffit vents as needed so your attic will stay as cool as possible when the fan is not running.

Whole house fans are also called house fans or attic fans. The exhaust fans mounted on roofs or gable ends are also called attic fans so we try and say either "whole house fan" or "attic exhaust fan".

Quiet Cool Whole House Fans

We have been installing Quiet Cool whole house fans for almost 10 years. We have sold or installed nearly a thousand units and everyone loves them.

The Boneyard

Picture of a pile of old whole house fans awaiting recycling.

The Boneyard at Vent Masters.
These are old fashioned fans we have replaced recently with Quiet Cool fans.

These will be disassembled and recycled.

It is a great feeling to know we are helping the environment while keeping folks cool.