You know, it’s not all the time that it gets very tepid around my section of the state! The weather is usually fair, if not generally chilly, but it’s rarely tepid enough to justify running anything more strong than a window-mounted air conditioner unit. For that reason exactly, I’ve been cautiously considering my possibilities for a cooling system, as the house I’m moving into has nothing except ceiling fans in each room, and if I still lived in the South, that would be inadequate! Here though, it’s perfectly cool the majority of the time, however so the house I’m moving into has a oil furnace as the oil furnace, which is superb for when it gets undoubtedly cold! However, that oil furnace can be overpowering, as the house isn’t undoubtedly large. Due to this fact, I’m often having to open windows around the house just to let some of the heat out, and that can be a huge strain on me as far as energy bills go… Rather than typically trying to remember which windows are open plus where, I’ve decided to instead purchase a whole-house fan. These are designed to install directly into the attic of a home, plus work by quickly pressurizing the entire house, forcing much of the heat out plus into the outdoors, and doing this also requires a couple small windows to be open as close to the ground as possible, as the downside pressure outside will try to get into the house plus balance everything out. That downside pressure is frigid air, so you have to be very careful about how long you run the whole-house fan! Besides doing that, it will be just as frigid as it was when you first used the oil furnace, plus then you’re back in square one!