A forced air heater

Until my partner & I bought an older home, I had never heard of high-velocity a/c.  We l received about it because our lake house had no a/c & no ductlabor installed. We live in the northern region of the country, where heating is the priority.  The lake house was outfitted with a boiler plan attached to radiators in each room. Although the summer time season is normally quite short, the heat & humidity can be brutal.  The excess of moisture was causing issues with condensation & mildew, & all of us were distraught about injure to wood moldings & antique furnishings. Unfortunately, the walls in the beach lake house are unusually narrow & unable accommodate traditional air duct.  We were unwilling to tear down the walls, supply up space, & get involved in a huge & high-priced project. High-velocity a/c was an effective alternative. This type of cooling plan is particularly designed for older homes, & is much more stretchy. It works by aspiration & draws the air over the cooling coils, whereas a conventional a/c pushes the air.  The high velocity plan provides widespread circulation & very evenly distributed cooling. It’s powerful enough to reduce room temperature vary quickly, & removes about 30 perfect more moisture than a central cooling system. Although the upgrade cost was much higher, high velocity a/c was a unbelievable alternative for us. The ducts are only several inches in diameter & flexible, making it possible to retrofit them into the walls.  Plus, the supply & return vents are also much smaller & way less obtrusive. There is a wide variety of chances for appearance of the vents, which allowed us to choose a style to suit the decor of them home.

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