CLEAN STAR ELECTRIC Professionally Installs QuietCool Whole House Fans

QuietCool offers a 15 year warranty on it's Pro Series


Clean Star Electric is a licensed electrical contractor (C-10) located in the High Desert area of Southern California. We have been in business for over 10 years, providing our customers with professional electrical service.


QuietCool has been manufacturing in the United States since it's start in 2003. In March 2009, QC Manufacturing, Inc. was awarded U.S patent for the QuietCool whole house fans systems. 

Quality Product

Clean Star Electric is proud to be an authorized installer of QuietCool products. Please contact Clean Star Electric (760) 900-7752 or visit our other pages on this site for more information.

QuietCool Advanced Whole House Fans

Saving Money, Energy and Enjoy Better Heath

Whole house fans can save you up to 50-90% off A/C related electricity costs, enjoy better health, and cool your home for just pennies an hour. A whole house fan and an attic fan can help save you money.

Built in America

The QuietCool whole house fans are manufactured in Southern California, USA in a 50,000 square foot manufacturing plant. QuietCool users across America have experienced significant savings when they turn their A/C off. 

Cools your Entire Home

The QuietCool whole house fan system cools the entire house by up to 30 degrees and the attic by up to 50 degrees. The system will make you feel 10 degrees cooler instantly.
  The Department of Energy (DOE) reports that whole house fans are the most cost-efficient way to cool your home.

Exhaust your Home of Foul Odors

With a QuietCool whole house fan, you can exhaust your home of cooking, pet and other odors. This will allow you to enjoy a healthier, odor free environment.

The American Lung Association says cat dander will stay airborne for 10 hours and viruses will stay airborne for 10 days

Ventilate your Entire Home

The QuietCool whole house fan system exchanges the entire volume of air inside your home 15-20 times per hour. This will allow you to breathe fresh air continually; control mold & mildew; and reduce airborne sickness.

The Environmental Protection Agency reports that indoor air pollution may be 2-5 times more polluted than outdoor air, even in major metropolitan smoggy cities

Patented Whole House Fan System

The QuietCool is a patented whole house fan system that is suspended in the attic and ducted down to your ceiling to allow whisper quiet operation. This unique design has changed the industry. Look no further than QuietCool; the quietest and most energy efficient whole house fans on the market.

Industry Leading Warranty Up-to 15 Years

The QuietCool Stealth and Trident whole house fans are backed by an industry-leading 15 year manufacturers warranty

Save up to 90% off your A/C Usage

Pacific Gas & Electric Co. (PG&E) claims that whole house fans use up to 90% less energy than compressor based air conditioners.

The "Quiet" Whole House Fan

The QuietCool whole house fan operates at the sound of a whisper. You can sleep, talk, or watch TV without noise disruption. Many of our QuietCool whole house fans operate around 45-51 dB. Compare that to a traditional whole house fan that can average over 80 dB.

Damper System

QuietCool also includes a barometric pressurized damper system above the grille that seals at an R5 value that prevents minimal heat and air transfer back into the home. Traditional whole house fans do not have any R value so there will be a lot of heat transfer between the home and attic.

Ceiling Grille

The last objection to a traditional whole house fan is the look of the fan on the ceiling level. Traditional whole house fans are very large, ranging from 24 inches by 24 inches to 48 inches by 48 inches. Most include shutters that rattle very loudly and are very aesthetically unpleasing. QuietCool ceiling grilles are much smaller ranging from 14 inches by 14 inches to 14 inches by 36 inches and use attractive white egg-crate style aluminum. They are removable for easy cleaning and are very quiet.




  1. About how many square feet is your house?
  2. What area of Southern California do you live in?
  3. Does your house have an attic?
  4. Is your house a single story or two story?
  5. What year was your house built?
  6. Do you have any high ceilings over 8 feet?
  7. How many bedrooms do you have?