High velocity heating and cooling provides whole-house temperature control

The ducts attach to vents that are only numerous inches in diameter.

When our partner and I first purchased our home, the former owners were heating with space furnaces and cooling with portable window units, then one of our first priorities was to invest in centralized temperature control. I certainly hated the appearance of the portable heating and cooling units. They weren’t powerful enough to keep up with demand and entirely weren’t all that energy efficient. However, our current home is around two hundred years old and lacks conventional air duct. The walls and ceilings are still the original plaster and the interior studs have been turned sideways to maximize living space. There’s not enough room to accommodate traditional air duct. Trying to install a conventional heating and cooling program would have resulted in a huge mess, lengthy project and enormous expense. Both of us needed to find a more versatile alternative for our home. I brought in a licensed Heating and Air Conditioning corporation to look over the house and supply recommendations. He immediately proposed a high velocity heating and cooling system. This category of program was designed particularally to retrofit into older homes without causing major disruption or disfigure. It uses bendy mini ducts that are only more than two inches in diameter and can be snaked through existing walls and accommodate obstacles such as plumbing pipes and electrical outlets. The ducts attach to vents that are only numerous inches in diameter. The actual heating/cooling component is wonderfully compact and can be installed in the attic. The program works through a process of aspiration, introducing the conditioned air at a high rate of speed and creating a gentle suction. This allows it to raise or lower room temperature honestly hastily. The high velocity heating and cooling program has been ideal for us.

New heating