High-velocity heating and cooling makes a big improvement

I have an older home that presents a challenge for heating and cooling.

The residence lacks conventional ductwork, making centralized heating and air conditioning just about impossible.

The walls and ceilings are the original plaster and lathe. We were unwilling to tackle the huge project of tearing them down. Not only would this have created a huge mess and cost us a fortune, but it would have destroyed the historical integrity of the residence. Trying to get by with an assortment of baseboard heaters, window air conditioners and electric fans was frustrating. Our house felt overheated in the summer and chilly in the winter. The combination of portable heating and cooling equipment looked ugly. I started looking for an alternative and came across high-velocity heating and cooling. Designed to retrofit into older homes exactly like ours, the genius of the system is the mini-ducts. A network of flexible pipes only two-inches in diameter are able to be threaded through the walls around plumbing pipes, studs and electrical outlets. The installation doesn’t cause damage or require major remodeling. The mini-ducts connect to circular-shaped vents that are only six-inches in diameter and offer versatility of location. The heating/cooling equipment is so compact that it can be installed into a closet or the attic. The operation uses a process of aspiration, delivering conditioned air into the rooms of the home at such a high rate of speed that it creates a slight suction. Old and new air mixes rapidly to quickly raise or lower room temperature. Insulated ducts, shorter run times and smaller ducts adds up to exceptional energy efficiency. Our home is so much more comfortable because of the high-velocity heating and cooling system.