Savings

THAT'S HOW SAVINGS GETS DONE !

The FanHandler was originally, and still is, designed to eliminate the discomforts caused by ridiculous on/off part-time heating & air conditioning. We sell it for the  comfort it provides. The fact that it saves energy is a welcome extra.

We don't make big fuel savings claims for several reasons. Lets say you have a 10 room home and two of those rooms are bone-chilling cold in the winter or hot and muggy in the summer. You have a FanHandler installed and those rooms get warm in the winter and cool in the summer. You look at your energy bill and maybe you saved a couple of dollars. Or maybe you saved a lot. Maybe it cost you a couple of dollars more. The important point is that you don't have to retreat from very expensive real estate because your heating/air conditioning system is uneven and can't keep up.

The FanHandler, when running a quality blower motor at half-speed, (which it does most of the time) will use about one eighth the electricity that it takes to run the same motor at full speed. In other words you can run the FanHandler controlled motor eight hours for the same amount of money that you can run the same motor for one hour at full speed.

If your focus is strictly on energy savings, then turn the  system off and freeze in the winter and roast in the summer. Or buy a tent. You'll save scads of money. Don't buy the FanHandler for energy savings alone. Buy it for comfort and  healthy indoor environmental quality.

 

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Testimonials

  • Dick,

    I haven't spoken to you in some time, since I retired from the HVAC Distributorship business. I've installed a number of your fan controls over the years including one in my own home approximately 10 years ago and absolutely loved it. I've moved to rural Tn. with an all electric home, which means I have 2 heat pumps (one mini split & one 3-1/2 ton system). I want to install a Fan Handler on my main system air handler which utilizes a single speed 208/230v. motor.

    Incidently, the control I had in my previous home was on a PSC sleeve bearing motor which ran 24/7 at very low speed and at approx. 10 years use, NEVER gave my any problems. It is still operating just fine according to the new owner.

    -Bob Bredesen
    Bredesen Mechanical
    1265 Old Lock A Rd.
    Charlotte, Tn. 37036